Danger Asbestos Barricade Tape
Compliant with OSHA 1926.1101(k)(7)(ii)(B)
A Danger Asbestos Barricade Tape uses official ANSI headers for safety protocol and compliance. A 2016 OSHA Compliant Asbestos Sign is a useful tool to help protect the health and safety of personnel, but is not a substitute for required protective measures for eliminating or reducing hazards.
Danger Asbestos May Cause Cancer. Causes Damage To Lungs. Area Authorized Personnel Only. Wear Respiratory Protection And Protective Clothing In This Area.
3″ Wide Tape, 1000′ Roll
|4 Mil Polyethylene Plastic||Sold in Rolls||K3615||$30.45|
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|3″ Wide Tape, 1000′ Roll||3″||12000″||
The viewing distances listed in this chart reflect the maximum viewing distance for the sign under favorable viewing conditions.
Favorable viewing conditions are those which allow for a clear, unobstructed view of the message on the sign. Examples of favorable viewing conditions are a bright lighting source over the sign, clear weather conditions, and a clear line of sight with no obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles and no other nearby signs creating distractions.
In unfavorable conditions, the sign is viewable at up to half the favorable distance. Unfavorable viewing conditions are those which make it difficult to read the message of the sign. Examples of this are poor lighting such as a dimly lit room, obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles, poor weather conditions, and other signs posted nearby which create a distraction.
It is the responsibility of the end user to determine the correct size, viewing distance, sign positioning, and sign size for your specific hazard. According to the ANSI Z353.2 sign standard, a ratio of 25 feet of viewing distance per inch of text height, under favorable viewing conditions, should be used to determine the size of your sign. Under unfavorable viewing conditions, such as in low light or for signs with complex messages, the ratio of viewing distance to text height is 12.5 feet to 1 inch.