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Safety 2

Diesel- hazard colors, exhaust gases

American National Standards Institute This is the organization that schedules safety colors that mark physical hazards.
Red Fire fighting apparatus/protection
Yellow Caution- tripping or overhead hazards
Black and white Marks traffic ways and house keeping areas
Purple Radiation hazards
Orange Dangerous machinery parts that may cut, crush, or shock you.
Blue Machinery that is out of service or under repair.
Green Designates location of first aid supplies.
CO (Carbon Monoxide) This is a product of incomplete combustion. It is odorless, colorless, and poisonous.
HC (Hydrocarbons) Unburnt fuel. It is carcinogenic (cancer causing).
NOx (Oxides of Nitrogen) Product of high combustion chamber temperatures- above 2500 degrees. It is odorless, colorless, and poisonous.
CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Product of complete combustion. It is a greenhouse gas.
Created by: jyerkes