Posted just where a warning is needed, Caution signs provide just the right message at just the right time. A Caution sign is often the only warning that a worker might see, before
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• The signal word (the “Caution” headline) defines the level of hazard. A Caution sign points out “potential hazards or unsafe practices” [OSHA 1910.145]. Caution can "shall be used in minor hazard situations where a non-immediate or potential hazard or unsafe practice presents a lesser threat of employee injury." Red Danger and Orange Warning signs are used for lethal hazards. In practice Yellow Caution signs are used for PPE instructions, wet floors, machine maintenance… and many of the featured sections shown below.
There are two basic design types: OSHA and ANSI. The OSHA designs still predominate, with ANSI Caution designs found primarily on safety labels, PPE instructions and more complex messages.