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Sign Classification and Requirements
OSHA has three classifications of signs:
Danger Signs — Indicate immediate danger and that special precautions are necessary. OSHA specifies that red, black and white colors are to be used for danger signs.
Caution Signs — Warn against potential hazards or caution against unsafe practices. OSHA specifies that caution signs must have a yellow background and black panel with yellow letters. All letters used against the yellow background must be black.
Safety Instructions Signs— Must be used where there is a need for general instructions and suggestions relative to safety measures. OSHA specifies that safety instruction signs must have a white background, green panel and white letters. Any letters used on the white background must be black.