OSHA, or the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, is a division of the United States Department of Labor. OSHA's mission is to "assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance."
ANSI Safety Signs
The safety signs at Pumping Station: One comply with ANSI Z535.2 standards and regulations for workplace safety. These signs can be created on the wiki using the OSHA series of templates. These templates generate safety signs in one of the following categories:
These are signs that intend to caution people about extreme risk of serious injury or death. These signs are relatively rare at Pumping Station: One, but do occur. Extreme caution should be used in the areas where these signs are posted. These labels can be generated using the OSHA Danger Template on the wiki.
These are signs that intend to caution people about threat of serious injury or death. While imminence is reduced from a Danger designation, caution should still be used in the areas where these signs are posted. These labels can be generated using the OSHA Caution Template on this wiki.
These are signs that intend to warn people about threat of minor injury. Caution should be used in these areas, although significant injury or death is not expected in the given conditions. If significant injury or death are a significant risk, a Caution or Danger sign would be more appropriate.
These are signs that intend to inform people about areas with recommended protection or necessary information'. Instruction should be followed to ensure safe usage of a given tool or process. If injury is of risk due to use of the tool, a Warning or more extreme sign should be used.
These are signs that intend to inform people about location or other information about a given space'. These intend to be instructive signs to help quickly identify and locate necessary equipment and information.
The list of signs available in any of the OSHA notices can be found in the OSHA Sign category.