OSHA Compliant Propane Signs
Proper storage, handling and transfer of propane is important to remain within safety and compliance regulations set by OSHA. Post propane signs to raise awareness and promote safety practices.
Durable Propane Signs
Your Propane Signs are made from high quality outdoor-grade materials like aluminum, plastic and vinyl; guaranteed to last for years.
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We manufacture and ship Propane Signs from our facility in New Jersey. Thanks to our large inventory, most items ship in 1 – 2 business days.
NFPA 704 Propane Signs
NFPA diamond ratings are required for the identification of specific hazards. The rating system assists personnel and emergency responders to evaluate the hazards that may be present. To learn more. See all NFPA Diamonds
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What is Propane?
Propane is colorless and, in its natural state, an odorless gas. It is usually shipped as a liquified compressed gas and a foul-smelling odourant is added in most applications. Propane is most commonly used as a fuel (also used as a refrigerant, solvent and aerosol propellant).
As an extremely flammable gas, it is important to take extra precautions when handling and storing propane. Sources of ignition such as sparks, open flames and smoking should be prohibited in places where propane is used, handled, or stored. OSHA 1910.110 provides clear guidelines for safe storage and handling of these materials. Containers in storage shall be located in areas that minimize exposure to excessive temperature rise, physical damage, or tampering by unauthorized persons. Cylinders should not be stored near exits, stairways or in areas normally used or intended for the safe exit of people.
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