1971-02-01

Safety Signs for Agricultural, Earthmoving and Forestry Machines 710707

Operators of machines used in agriculture, construction, and forestry industries can be involved in accidents due to inappropriate actions while servicing or operating the machines. It, therefore, becomes desirable to warn them of certain types of personal hazards when they are on or around machines. This can be accomplished with the use of a safety sign.
For safety signs to do their job effectively, it is desirable that they be similar in format and design. Furthermore, they should be carefully written, appropriately placed, and be distinctive on the equipment.

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