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J. J. Keller’s 2019 Safety Catalog

2019 CATALOG

Index on page 154

J.J.KELLER

safety

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>> EDITOR TIP …

Though the likelihood of a workplace shooting is low, employers must be prepared to protect employees should it happen. If an active shooter enters your business, employees should try to avoid the attacker. If they cannot evacuate, they should deny the shooter access to them. This goes beyond hiding; employees should look for a room with no windows, lock the doors, and silence cell phones. If a confrontation is unavoidable, employees may need to defend themselves. All employees should receive training on how to assess a situation and how to protect themselves.

ED ZALEWSKI J. J. KELLER® EDITORAL MANAGER, HR/WORKPLACE SAFETY

NEW ACTIVE SHOOTER/ ACTIVE THREAT DVD TRAINING

Empower employees to anticipate and recognize an active shooter/threat situation and respond appropriately and immediately if they are ever faced with one. See page 128.

NEW ACTIVE SHOOTER/ ACTIVE THREAT GO BAG RESPONSE KIT

See page IV.


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J. J. Keller … Your Go-To Source For The Latest Safety Solutions.

J.J.KELLER

safety

KEEPING PEOPLE SAFE. MAKING JOBS EASIER.

Table of Contents

Turn to J. J. Keller for NEW solutions to help you tackle all your compliance tasks, promote safety, and address tough topics that affect your workforce:

I-IV 4-9

10-16

• Forklift Inspection Kits

17-49

• SAFEGEAR™ Safety Vests • HAZWOPER Training

50-53 54-83

• Active Shooter/Active Threat Go Bag Response Kits

84 85-87

Silvia Noriega, DOT Compliance Specialist, Houston, TX

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PHONE M–F 7 a.m.–6 p.m. CST

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Since 2001

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BRAND NEW PRODUCTS HAZCOM

GHS & Other HazCom Signs & Labels Information Centers

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

Tags Hasps

Lockout Devices Lockout Stations

SAFETY INDENTIFICATION

Safety Signs, Labels & Tags Equipment Status & Inspection Tags Safety Banners & Scoreboards

LABOR LAW POSTERS PPE

Hand Protection Eye Protection Hearing Protection Respiratory Protection

Reflective Workwear Head Protection NEW Tool Tethering Protective Workwear Fall Protection

FORKLIFT SPILL CONTROL

Spill Kits Sorbents

Drums

HAZWASTE OIL & GAS SAFETY

Manual Handbooks

Online Training

ALCOHOL & DRUG MANAGEMENT RESOURCES

Forms How-To-Comply Manuals

Posters Online Safety Management Tools Newsletters

WORKPLACE SAFETY TRAINING

Bloodborne Pathogens EyeCue® Tags/ Posters

Fire Safety Forklift Safety Safety Orientation Slips, Trips, & Falls

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING

Forklift Safety Fall Protection Crystalline Silica

INDEX

Confined Spaces Safety Orientation OSHA 10/30 Hour


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BRAND NEW PRODUCTS

I-IV

Stay on top of industry trends and safety and compliance best practices with these innovative, up-to-date products from our experienced subject-matter experts.

NEW FORKLIFT PRE-SHIFT INSPECTION KITS

Forklifts must be inspected before the beginning of each shift and a record must be kept on file. This Kit makes it easy!

Each Kit includes:

CT-58198

CT-58199

CT-58200

CT-58201

View Forklift Pre-Shift Inspection Kit Forms

VISIT

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• Inspection Log with 75 2-ply carbonless daily forklift checklists, provides an easy way to maintain a history of the mechanical condition of the truck. Measures 41⁄4" W x 73⁄4" L • Polyethylene Case with two-way tape for easy mounting is highly durable and visible

• Pen with attached plastic wire mounts to outside of case for easy access • Out of Service Tag (27⁄8" W x 53⁄4" L), with zip tie • Kit measures 5" W x 8" L

Description

Product Code

Electronic Counterbalance Truck

CT-58198

Internal Combustion Counterbalance Truck

CT-58199

Narrow Aisle Reach Truck and Order Picker

CT-58200

Electric Pallet Jack

CT-58201

Price

200–299 $28.80 ea. 100–199 $29.39 ea. 1–99 $29.99 ea.

NEW FORKLIFT MULTI-FORM INSPECTION LOG KITS

This Kit makes it easy to perform required pre-shift inspections and complete additional paperwork for repairs, accidents and near misses!

Each Kit includes:

CT-58206

CT-58207

•Log Book, measures 41⁄2" W x 73⁄4" L: • 624 pre-shift inspection checklists • 24 repair request forms* • 4 accident report forms* • 4 near miss report forms* • Routine maintenance log * 2-ply, carbonless

CT-58208

CT-58209

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• Polyethylene Case with two-way tape for easy mounting is highly durable and visible • Pen with attached plastic wire mounts to outside of case for easy access • Out of Service Tag (27⁄8" W x 53⁄4" L), with zip tie • Kit measures 5" W x 8" L

Description

Product Code

Electronic Counterbalance Truck

CT-58206

Internal Combustion Counterbalance Truck

CT-58207

Narrow Aisle Reach Truck and Order Picker

CT-58208

Electric Pallet Jack

CT-58209

Price

200–299 $48.01 ea. 100–199 $48.99 ea. 1–99 $49.99 ea.

Also Available Separately at JJKeller.com Forklift Pre-Shift Inspection Case

Forklift Multiform Log Inspection Case

Out-Of-Service Tag

Log Book — Electric Counterbalance Forklift (Pre-shift Checklist)

Multiform Log Book — Electric Counterbalance Forklift

7” Nylon Black Zip Tie

Log Book — Internal Combustion Forklift (Pre-shift Checklist)

Multiform Log Book — Internal Combustion Forklift

Pen

Log Book — Narrow Aisle Order Picker Forklift (Pre-shift Checklist)

Multiform Log Book — Narrow Aisle Order Picker Forklift

Log Book — Electric Pallet Jack (Pre-shift Checklist)

Multiform Log Book — Electric Pallet Jack

CT-58117

CT-58261

CT-58194

CT-58195 CT-58196

CT-58197

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CT-58202

CT-58203

CT-58246 CT-58220 CT-58114

CT-58204 CT-58205

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NEW J. J. Keller® SafeGear™ Safety Vests

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• ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 compliant • 2" wide Level 2 ANSI-compliant silver glass beaded reflective tape stripes over shoulders and around the torso on front and back with X pattern on the back • Breathable mesh polyester shell • Hook & Loop Closure and Zipper Closure vests have 3 external pockets: chest pocket with pen holder, fits most cell phones; lower left pocket without flap; and lower right pocket with flap, accommodates up to 8" tablet • Breakaway vest has 2 internal lower pockets, 1 external chest pocket including 1 pen pocket, 2 external large lower pockets (right side flapped accommodates up to 8" tablet, left side patch (no flap), 1 external chest flapped phone pocket with 1 pen pocket • Breakaway vest provides additional safety around extreme traffic hazards, moving machinery, or equipment Vest Color

Size

Product Code

Price Each

Hook & Loop Closure

Lime

CT-58025 CT-58026 CT-58027 CT-58028 CT-58021 CT-58022 CT-58023 CT-58024

Hook & Loop Closure

25–99 $5.10 10–24 $5.40 1–9 $5.75

Zipper Closure

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

Orange

Lime

CT-58033 CT-58034 CT-58035 CT-58036 CT-58029 CT-58030 CT-58031 CT-58032

CT-58041 CT-58042 CT-58043 CT-58044 CT-58037 CT-58038 CT-58039 CT-58040

Zipper Closure 25–99 $5.35 10–24 $5.75 1–9 $5.95

PERSONALIZE your vests with your company logo. See page 73.

5-Point Breakaway Style

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

Orange

Lime

25–99 $7.25 10–24 $7.75 1–9 $7.95

Aggregate pricing applies.

5-Point Breakaway Style

NEW J. J. Keller® SafeGear™ Non-Certified Safety Vests

• Use safety vest where visibility is important, but not mandated by ANSI standards • Lightweight polyester mesh • Hook and loop front closure • 1 Clear pocket on chest accommodates ID badge • Elastic sides for snug fit • One size fits most Vest Color

Product Code

Orange

CT-58046

Lime

CT-58045

Orange

CT-58048

BRAND NEW PRODUCTS

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

Orange

Price Each

Silver Beaded

25–99 $3.05 10–24 $3.30 1–9 $3.75

PVC Reflective CT-58047

Lime

25–99 $3.55 10–24 $3.75 1–9 $4.00

Aggregate pricing applies.

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BRAND NEW PRODUCTS

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HAZWOPER: EMERGENCY RESPONSE REFRESHER TRAINING NEW

NEW Awareness-Level Responders • A pplies to individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who have been trained to initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities

• After initial training, first responders at the awareness level must receive annual refresher training or demonstrate competency at least annually, according to 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8) for general industry or 29 CFR 1926.65(q)(8) for construction • A nnual refresher training must be of “sufficient content and duration” to maintain a responder’s competencies

Individual Online Course Modules (see page 94 for information on points) Emergency Response Planning

CT-51605

25 points

Chemical Fundamentals

CT-51603

25 points

Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification

CT-51604

25 points

Complete Set of 3 Courses Listed Above

CT-56760

75 points

• Employers must make a statement of the training or competency

NEW Operations-Level & Hazmat-Technician-Level Responders • A pplies to individuals who participate, or are expected to participate, in emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances

• Operations-level responders work to contain the release from a safe distance, keep it from spreading, and prevent exposures • Hazmat-technician-level responders approach the point of release to plug, patch, or otherwise stop the release

• After initial training, emergency responders at the operations level and hazmat-technician level must receive annual refresher training or demonstrate competency at least annually, according to 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8) for general industry or 29 CFR 1926.65(q)(8) for construction • A nnual refresher training must be of “sufficient content and duration” to maintain a responder’s competencies • Employers must make a statement of the training or competency

Individual Online Course Modules (see page 94 for information on points) Emergency Response Planning

CT-51605

25 points

Chemical Fundamentals

CT-51603

25 points

Hazardous Substance Recognition & Identification

CT-51604

25 points

Emergency & Post-Emergency Response Procedures

CT-51606

25 points

Medical Program

CT-51608

25 points

Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing

CT-51607

25 points

Exposure Monitoring & Sampling

CT-51609

25 points

Decontamination

CT-51610

25 points

Complete Set of 8 Courses Listed Above

CT-56761

200 points

When supplemented with your site-specific information, hands-on exercises, and a qualified trainer, helps meet the HAZWOPER refresher training requirements.

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NEW Active Shooter / Active Threat Go Bag Response Kit Basic Tactical Bag + First Aid Supplies A Basic Tactical Bag is filled with items to help your employees during an active shooter/active threat situation. When your employees’ best choice is to deny an active shooter access to the room they are in, they can look to the contents of the Go Bag to help them do just that. The First Aid Kit includes additional essential components to aid if an employee is injured.

Includes:

• (1) Window Punch/Flashlight • (1) Permanent Marker • (1) Door Stop • (5) Tear-Away Bag Seals • (1) Roll 1" x 10 yds. First Aid Tape • (1) SWAT-T Stretch, Wrap & Tuck Tourniquet • (1) Compressed Gauze • (1) Bandage Shears • (2) Pairs of Nitrile Exam Gloves • (1) Trauma Bandage • (1) Fold-Out Instructions • (1) 8" W x 12" L x 8" H Duffle Bag With Contents Tag

Description

Product Code

Price

Tactical Bag Plus First Aid Kit

CT-57979

75-99 kits $95.95 ea. 50-74 kits $97.95 ea. 1-49 kits $99.95 ea.

CT-57979

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

DID YOU KNOW?

Active shooter events can occur anywhere, but they happen most often where people work. The FBI reports that nearly half (42 percent) of the incidents between 2000 and 2017 took place at businesses or areas of commerce.

NEW Active Shooter / Active Threat Go Bag Response Kit - Basic Tactical Bag A Basic Tactical Bag is filled with items to help your employees during an active shooter/active threat situation. When your employees’ best choice is to deny an active shooter access to the room they are in, they can look to the contents of the Go Bag to help them do just that.

Includes:

• (1) Information Card includes helpful information that can be communicated to the police • (1) What To Do Card provides tips on what to do when there is an active shooter and you’re trapped in a room • (2) Color-Coded Flashcards (1 Red, 1 Green) to communicate that everyone is ok or that medical help is needed, without opening the door

Description Tactical Bag

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• (10) Heavy-Duty Zip Ties can be used around the closer arm of a hydraulic door to keep it from opening more than a few inches or to restrain a shooter that enters the area • (1) Window Punch/Flashlight • (1) Permanent Marker • (1) Door Stop • (5) Tear-Away Bag Seals • (1) 8" W x 12" L x 8" H Duffle Bag With Contents Tag

Product Code

Price

CT-58122

75-99 kits $46.95 ea. 50-74 kits $47.95 ea. 1-49 kits $49.95 ea.

CT-58122

BRAND NEW PRODUCTS

• (1) Information Card includes helpful information that can be communicated to the police • (1) What To Do Card provides tips on what to do when there is an active shooter and you’re trapped in a room • (2) Color-Coded Flashcards (1 Red, 1 Green) to communicate that everyone is ok or that medical help is needed, without opening the door • (10) Heavy-Duty Zip Ties can be used around the closer arm of a hydraulic door to keep it from opening more than a few inches or to restrain a shooter that enters the area

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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HAZCOM

Classify all hazardous chemicals, and communicate hazards and protective measures to employees according to OSHA’s HazCom Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200.

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HAZCOM OSHA’s GHS-Style Pictogram Labels

Pictograms are required on GHS-style labels on containers of hazardous materials in order to be in compliance with OSHA. They can also be used to provide additional emphasis. Choose from 2 sizes in either paper or PVC-free polyolefin material. Sold in rolls of 500. Description

Corrosion

Exploding Bomb

Environment

Flame

Exclamation Mark

Flame Over Circle

1" x 1" Paper CT-17874

CT-19047

CT-13497

CT-19046

CT-17877

CT-19053

CT-13500

CT-19052

Exclamation Mark

CT-17878

CT-19055

CT-13501

CT-19054

Exploding Bomb

CT-17872

CT-19043

CT-13495

CT-19042

Flame

CT-17871

CT-19041

CT-13494

CT-19040

Flame Over Circle

CT-17870

CT-19039

CT-13493

CT-19038

Gas Cylinder

CT-17875

CT-19049

CT-13498

CT-19048

Health Hazards

CT-17876

CT-19051

CT-13499

CT-19050

CT-17873

CT-19045

CT-13496

CT-19044

2 Rolls $49.56 2 Rolls $63.11 2 Rolls $66.05 2 Rolls $106.68 1 Roll $27.17 1 Roll $35.07 1 Roll $36.70 1 Roll $59.28

Skull And Crossbones

Also Available at JJKeller.com

GHS Wallet Card Back, Unfolded

Give each employee exposed to hazardous substances this handy 2-sided card that explains the pictograms and the GHS label. • Tent-style • Laminated • 33 ⁄ 8" W x 4¼" L, overall size • 33 ⁄ 8" W x 21 ⁄ 8" L, folded

Hawley’s Condensed Chemical Dictionary CT-2834 CHEMICAL HAZARDS HAZARD CATEGORIES HEALTH HAZARDS ACUTE TOXICITY

English

CT-41036

GASES UNDER PRESSURE

SPECIFIC TARGET ORGAN TOXICITY (REPEATED OR PROLONGED EXPOSURE)

SELF-REACTING CHEMICALS

ORGANIC PEROXIDES

PYROPHORIC GASES

CORROSIVE TO METALS

ASPIRATION HAZARD

PYROPHORIC LIQUIDS

Spanish

CT-41106

4 3

Dangerous: Exposure to this substance would be hazardous to health, causing temporary incapacitation or residual injury. Protective measures are indicated.

Slight Hazard: Significant irritation or minor injury would result from exposure to this substance. Protective measures are indicated.

No Hazard: Exposure to this substance offers no significant risk to health.

4 3

OXIDIZING LIQUIDS OXIDIZING SOLIDS

FLAMMABLE SOLIDS

2

COMBUSTIBLE DUST

2

Materials that under normal conditions do not form hazardous atmospheres with air, but which must be heated or exposed to high ambient temperatures before ignition can occur.

1

1

0

Materials that will not burn under typical fire conditions.

0

May Detonate: Substances that are readily capable of detonation or explosion at normal temperatures and pressures. Evacuate area if exposed to heat or fire.

Explosive: Substances that are readily capable of detonation or explosion by a strong initiating source, such as heat, shock or water. Monitor from behind explosion resistant barriers.

Unstable: Violent chemical changes are possible at normal or elevated temperatures and pressures. Potentially violent or explosive reaction may occur when mixed with water. Monitor from a safe distance. Normally Stable: Substances that may become unstable at elevated temperatures and pressures or when mixed with water. Approach with caution.

Stable: Substances which will remain stable when exposed to heat, pressure or water.

PERSONAL PROTECTION

= WATER REACTIVE

A= B=

+

= OXIDIZER

C=

+

= RADIOACTIVE

3

Materials that must be preheated before ignition can occur.

= SIMPLE ASPHYXIANT

COR = CORROSIVE ACID = ACID ALK = ALKALINE

INSTABILITY/REACTIVITY

4

Materials that rapidly or completely vaporize at atmospheric pressure and normal ambient temperature or that are readily dispersed in air and burn readily.

Liquids and solids, including finely divided suspended solids, which can be ignited under almost all ambient temperature conditions.

SPECIAL HAZARD

D=

+

E=

+

+

+

+

I =

+

+

X=

+ Face Shield

Synthetic Apron

+

+

K=

+

+ Gloves

G= H=

J =

+

+

F= Safety Glasses

+

Dust Respirator

Vapor Respirator

+

+ +

DOT Labels CLASS 1

Explosive 1.1 1.2 1.3

CLASS 1 Explosive 1.4

Dust & Vapor Respirator

Air Line Hood or Mask

*Compatibility group

CLASS 1

Subsidiary

CLASS 2

CLASS 2

Division 2.3

CLASS 3

Division 2.1

*Compatibility group

CLASS 1 Explosive 1.6

*Compatibility group

CLASS 2

Division 2.2

CLASS 2

Division 2.2

CLASS 4

Division 4.1

CLASS 4

Division 4.2

GAS CYLINDER

Gases Under Pressure

2398

CORROSION

CLASS 5

Division 5.1

CLASS 5

ENVIRONMENT

EXCLAMATION MARK Irritant Dermal Sensitizer Acute Toxicity (harmful) Narcotic Effects Respiratory Tract Irritation

SKULL AND CROSSBONES

Environmental Toxicity

Division 5.2

CLASS 6

7 Elements of a GHS Shipping Label

2 3 Division 6.1

5 6 CLASS 6

Division 6.1

CLASS 6

Division 6.1

CLASS 6

Division 6.1

CLASS 6

1 2 CLASS 7

CLASS 7

CRITICALITY SAFETY INDEX

CLASS 7

EMPTY

CLASS 8

CLASS 9

Solvent X (contains Methylene Chloride)

Causes eye irritation May cause respiratory irritation May cause drowsiness or dizziness Suspected of causing cancer

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s. (contains XYZ) UN 1992

7

4

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. No smoking. Avoid breathing dust/fume/gas/mist/vapors/spray. Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection. Get medical advice/attention. Store in a well ventilated place. Keep container tightly closed. Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local regulation. U. R. Chemical, Little Hill Dr., Little Hill, KS 01234, US, 1-123-555-0101

FOR AIRCRAFT

Product Identifier/Ingredient Disclosure

The chemical name, product name, or other unique identifier used on the label and on the SDS.

Signal Word

When required, the signal word indicates the severity of the hazard of the chemical - “Danger” for more severe and ”Warning” for less severe.

Hazard Statement

3

Standardized phrases that describe the nature of the hazard.

4

DOT Labels communicate the DOT hazard class or the division of the hazardous material.

5 6 7

41032

1

Warning

Division 6.2

PG III

CLASS 7

2398 (4/16)

Explosives Self Reactives Organic Peroxides

FLAME

Flammables Self Reactives Pyrophorics Self-Heating Emits Flammable Gas Organic Peroxides

FLAME OVER CIRCLE

Acute Toxicity (severe)

Division 4.3

Boots

EXPLODING BOMB

Corrosives

Carcinogen Respiratory Sensitizer Reproductive Toxicity Target Organ Toxicity Mutagenicity Aspiration Toxicity

Oxidizers

CLASS 4

CT-2398

+ +

Full Suit

Globally Harmonized System Pictograms

CLASS 1 Explosive 1.5

HEALTH HAZARD *Division number & compatibility group

Chemical Hazards Chart

+

Ask your supervisor for guidance.

Splash Goggles

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SUBSTANCES WHICH, IN CONTACT WITH WATER, EMIT FLAMMABLE GASES

OXIDIZING GASES FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS

FLAMMABILITY

Deadly: Even the slightest exposure to this substance would be life threatening. Only specialized protective clothing, for these materials, should be worn.

Extreme Danger: Serious or permanent injury would result from exposure to this substance. Do not expose any body surface to these materials. Full protective measures should be taken.

SA OX

CLASS 7

Front, Folded

FLAMMABLE AEROSOLS

IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS HEALTH

Price 10–24 49¢ ea. 5–9 59¢ ea. 1–4 65¢ ea.

SELF-HEATING CHEMICALS

SPECIFIC TARGET ORGAN TOXICITY (SINGLE EXPOSURE)

RESPIRATORY OR SKIN SENSITIZATION GERM CELL MUTAGENICITY

0

Product Code

PYROPHORIC SOLIDS

FLAMMABLE GASES REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY

SERIOUS EYE DAMAGE / EYE IRRITATION

1

Description

PHYSICAL HAZARDS EXPLOSIVES

CARCINOGENICITY

SKIN CORROSION / IRRITATION

2

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2" x 2" Polyolefin

Corrosion

Price Per Roll of 500 Labels

Health Hazards

2" x 2" Paper

Environment

Skull and Crossbones

Gas Cylinder

1" x 1" Polyolefin

DOT Labels

Precautionary Statement

Standardized phrases that describe recommended measures that should be taken to minimize or prevent adverse effects that result from exposure to the chemical, or from improper handling or storage.

Supplier Identification

GHS DOT Wallet Card CT-41032 English CT-41107 Spanish

Name, address, and telephone number of the chemical manufacturer, importer, or other responsible party.

DOT Markings

The basic DOT markings include the proper shipping name, technical name(s) in parenthesis, and identification number.

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HAZCOM

GHS Poster Kit

5

Consists of 6 full-color posters that help educate employees about key aspects of OSHA’s GHS requirements. Each laminated poster is also available separately (see below). All posters are 26" W x 20" L. Poster Kits Description

Product Code

English

CT-41031

English/Spanish

CT-41108

Price Per Kit 10–24 $80.88 ea. 5–9 $87.12 ea. 1–4 $95.76 ea.

Individual Posters Description

English

English/Spanish

Creating a GHS Label from a Safety Data Sheet

CT-41030

CT-41104

7 Elements of a GHS Shipping Label

CT-41035

CT-41101

Globally Harmonized System Pictograms

CT-41027

CT-41102

6 Elements of a GHS Package Label

CT-41026

CT-41111

How to Read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

CT-41028

CT-41105

Translation Guide to GHS Labels

CT-41029

CT-41103

Creating a GHS Label from a Data Sheet

6 Elements of a GHS Package Label

7 Elements of a GHS Shipping Label

How to Read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

Globally Harmonized System Pictograms

Translation Guide to GHS Labels

Price Per Poster

10–24 $16.85 ea. 5–9 $18.15 ea. 1–4 $19.95 ea.

Are employees

TRAINED HazCom Training See pages 124-125.

Blank Labels

• Made of white polyolefin with permanent adhesive backing • Meets British Standard 5609 for 90-day seawater immersion • Stock: Print-your-own labels for use with the HazCom Label Manager and HazCom Program Manager on page 6. • Personalized: Printed labels created via the HazCom Label Manager and HazCom Program Manager on page 6. • Compatible with KellerOnline® HazCom Labeling Assistant.

Current version of HMIS and NFPA labels may be used as in-house labeling only. Stock Blank Labels

8½" W x 11" L sheet, for use with color laser printer Label Size

# of Labels Per Sheet

Product Code

4" W x 5" L

4

CT-26247

8" W x 3" L

3

CT-26246

8" W x 5" L

2

CT-26245

Price Per Pack 25-49 $21.92 ea. 10-24 $24.68 ea. 1-9 $28.19 ea.

25 Sheets Per Pack

Personalized Labels

25 labels minimum Label Size

Product Code

2" W x 3" L

CT-28352

100-249 labels $2.10 ea. 50-99 labels $3.57 ea. 25-49 labels $7.02 ea.

6" W x 4" L

CT-26691

100-249 labels $2.15 ea. 50-99 labels $3.66 ea. 25-49 labels $7.13 ea.

8" W x 4" L

CT-26692

100-249 labels $2.15 ea. 50-99 labels $3.66 ea. 25-49 labels $6.76 ea.

5" W x 11½" L

CT-26693

100-249 labels $2.78 ea. 50-99 labels $4.29 ea. 25-49 labels $7.77 ea.

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GHS Blank Label Stock - 500 Labels Per Roll

Price

Call to order.

CT-26248 6" W x 4" L CT-26249 8" W x 4" L CT-26250 5" W x 11½" L

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Employee Information Centers

29 CFR 1910.1200(g)(8) requires that Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) be readily accessible to all exposed workers in their work area. This sturdy, wall-mounted station is highly visible to help you meet your legal obligation of providing employees with access to SDSs. With 1 Basket & 1 SDS Binder (CT-19011) Description

Product Code

18" W x 20" H aluminum back panel, 13¾" W x 9" L coated wire basket

CT-19014

Price 25-49 $96.40 ea. 10-24 $102.70 ea. 1-9 $115.30 ea. CT-19014

With 2 Baskets & 2 SDS Binders (CT-19011) Description

Product Code

30" W x 24" L aluminum back panel, 13¾" W x 9" L coated wire baskets

CT-19012

CT-19012

Price 25-49 $102.74 ea. 10-24 $118.54 ea. 1-9 $140.65 ea.

With 1 Basket, 1 Binder (CT-19011), & 1 GHS Poster (CT-41028)

Back panel includes pictogram chart (for Spanish pictogram chart, see below) Description

Product Code

24" W x 18" L aluminum back panel, 13¾" W x 9" L coated wire basket

CT-26207

Price 25-49 $99.70 ea. 10-24 $117.10 ea. 1-9 $138.00 ea.

CT-26207

SDS Pocket Dictionary

Safety Data Sheet Binders

Includes the latest information employees need to know about OSHA’s SDS requirements. Published by Genium Publishing Corporation. • Full-color, at-a-glance pictogram chart • Over 800 terms and abbreviations • 8½" H x 3½" W • 80 pages, 4th edition

Meets OSHA’s Right to Know requirements as part of the Hazard Communication (HazCom) and GHS Standard. Provides employees with access to SDS information. • Yellow poly with red lettering • Binder cover measures 10½" W x 115/ 8" H Description

A handy booklet for any employee who needs to know how to read an SDS. Product Code

Price 25-49 $4.25 ea. 10-24 $4.55 ea. 1-9 $5.40 ea.

CT-19337

CT-19011

SDS & GHS Signs

SAFETY DATA SHEET INFORMATION HERE

SAFETY DATA SHEET

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SAFETY DATA SHEET (SDS) STATION

AQUÍ ESTÁ LA INFORMACIÓN DE HOJAS DE DATOS DE SEGURIDAD (S D S)

INFORMATION HERE

Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000378

REORDER NO. 8000379

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CT-8000378

CT-8000379 SPANISH

• Oxidizers

SDS STATION

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Flame

• Flammables • Self Reactives • Pyrophorics • Self-Heating • Emits Flammable Gas • Organic Peroxides

Skull and Crossbones Corrosion • Acute Toxicity (severe)

• Corrosives

Health Hazard

Environment

• Carcinogen • Respiratory Sensitizer • Reproductive Toxicity • Target Organ Toxicity • Mutagenicity • Aspiration Toxicity

• Acute Aquatic Toxicity • Chronic Aquatic Toxicity

REORDER NO. 8000516

CT-8000516 Pictogramas del Sistema Globalmente Armonizado

Globally Harmonized System Pictograms Flame Over Circle

Exploding Bomb

Llama sobre círculo • Oxidantes

Llama

• Explosives • Self Reactives • Organic Peroxides

Gas Cylinder

Calavera y Huesos Cruzados

Corrosión • Corrosivos

• Gases bajo presión

Peligro a la salud

Entorno

Punto de exclamación

• Gases Under Pressure

Exclamation Mark • Irritant • Dermal Sensitizer • Acute Toxicity (harmful) • Narcotic Effects • Respiratory Tract Irritant

• Inflamables • Auto reactivos • Pirofóricos • Que se calientan solos • Emiten gas inflamable • Peróxidos orgánicos

• Toxicidad Aguda (severa)

• Cancerígeno • Sensibilizador respiratorio • Toxicidad reproductora • Toxicidad de órgano específico • Mutagénico • Toxicidad de aspiración

• Toxicidad acuática aguda • Toxicidad acuática crónica

Bomba que estalla • Explosivos • Auto reactivos • Peróxidos orgánicos

CT-8000515

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1½" ring capacity, 2" spine

CT-19011

2½" ring capacity, 3" spine

CT-26579

25-49 $11.00 ea. 10-24 $13.00 ea. 1-9 $16.10 ea.

REORDER NO. 8000380

CT-8000380

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All containers of hazardous chemicals must be labeled, tagged or marked with the identity of the material and appropriate hazard warnings. To be both GHS- and OSHA-compliant, container labels must have the following elements:

• Product identifier/ingredient disclosure • Pictogram(s) • Signal word

Size

Adhesive Vinyl

Laminated Adhesive Vinyl

• Hazard statement(s) • Precautionary statement(s) • Supplier identification

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

$8.30

$5.40

$15.20

$9.88

$12.95

$8.42

$10.05

$6.53

$15.90 $10.34

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10+

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$12.45

$8.59

$25.30 $17.46 $21.50 $14.84 $13.50

$9.32

$26.45 $18.25

20" x 14"

$22.00 $16.06 $40.20 $29.35 $40.95 $29.89 $24.60 $17.96 $49.35 $36.03

Cilindro de Gas

10" x 7"

• Irritante • Sensibilizador dérmico • Toxicidad aguda (dañino) • Efectos narcóticos • Irritante del sistema respiratorio

REORDER NO. 8000515 Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

Price 25-49 $9.96 ea. 10-24 $11.96 ea. 1-9 $14.95 ea.

DID YOU KNOW?

SDS

SDS

Product Code

REORDER NO. 8000381

CT-8000381 SPANISH

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HAZCOM

NIOSH Pocket Guide To Chemical Hazards

The Pocket Guide contains detailed regulatory information on 677 specific chemicals to help you respond to workplace emergencies, prevent overexposure to chemicals, and protect employee health.

Covers permissible exposure limits, chemical and physical properties, incompatibilities and reactivities, health hazards, respiratory requirements, and personal protection. Also features a description of exposure systems and first aid data. • Synonym and Trade Name Index includes the primary chemical name

• ID Numbers and Guide Numbers reflect those in DOT’s Emergency Response Guidebook

• A ppendix E contains OSHA respirator requirements for the 13 chemicals or hazardous substances identified in the preamble to the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard September 2010, NIOSH Publication No. 2010-168c. J. J. Keller First Printing – June 2012. 454 pages.

Includes personal protection information for each chemical. Description Spiral-bound, 5¾" W x 8" L

GHS label:

CT-11078

Price 100–199 $16.99 ea. 25–99 $18.99 ea. 1–24 $18.99 ea.

MSDS to SDS: What’s the difference?

Heed the warning How effective are warning labels? Do you take time to read the instructions printed on medications, consumer products, or hazardous chemicals in your workplace? If not, you could be putting yourself in danger. It’s important to heed the warnings on labels, since failing to follow these explicit instructions, especially on chemical labels, can cause adverse health effects or even death. The new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) label may include four new elements that you should be aware of:

Product Code

These are words that typically appear near the top of a warning label and sometimes in all capital letters. There are two words proposed by OSHA. • DANGER • WARNING

• Remind employees about the importance of hazard communication in the workplace

The new SDS can be used now; however, it’s not mandatory yet. OSHA has provided the following extended compliance dates to meet the new SDS requirements:

Pictograms These are graphics that may include a symbol, along with a border or background color. There are eight different pictograms proposed by OSHA. • Flame • Flame over circle • Exclamation mark • Exploding bomb • Corrosion • Gas cylinder • Health hazard • Skull and crossbones

• Hang in break rooms, hallways, and other high-traffic areas for high visibility

December 1, 2013 — Employees must be trained on the new label elements and SDS format. June 1, 2015 — Chemical manufacturers and importers must provide SDS with the chemical.

Get to know the new format. New specific and consistent 16-section format

Hazard statements These are statements that describe the hazards associated with a chemical. Examples include: • Fatal if swallowed • Harmful in contact with skin • Toxic if inhaled • Causes severe eye burns

Chemical Exposure? Precautionary statements

THE

New GHS hazard classification and label elements

These are statements that recommend measures that should be taken to protect against hazardous exposures, improper storage, or handling of chemical. Examples include: • Prevention ― Wear protective gloves/protective clothing • Response ― If on skin: Wash with plenty of soap and water • Storage ― Store locked up • Disposal ― Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations

Get the SDS into Your Hands! New environmental and transportation information

J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.® assumes no responsibility for reliance on the content of this poster and shall not be held liable for any loss or injury. Each work situation is unique. The individual performing the work is ultimately responsible for the outcome.

SDS

• Bring key safety issues to light, with minimal cost and effort

• Full color, measures 17" W x 22" L, and folds to 8½" x 11" for shipping Description

Product Code

GHS label: Heed the warning

CT-15473

MSDS to SDS: What’s the difference?

CT-18122

Chemical Exposure? Get the SDS into Your Hands!

CT-50823

THE SDS KNOWS BEST

CT-50752

KNOWS

BEST

J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.® assumes no responsibility for reliance on the content of this poster and shall not be held liable for any loss or injury. Each work situation is unique. The individual performing the work is ultimately responsible for the outcome.

Specific format and chemical hazard information is required

Follow the instructions © 2010 J. J. KELLER & ASSOCIATES, INC.®, Neenah, WI • USA • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

Training And Awareness Posters

If you work with or near hazardous chemicals, you are probably familiar with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs). What you may not know is that OSHA’s new Hazard Communication Standard requires a specific and consistent 16-section format Safety Data Sheet (SDS) to be used to communicate the hazards of a chemical.

Signal words

© 2012 J. J. KELLER & ASSOCIATES, INC.®, Neenah, WI • USA • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

010-IAP-M R (15473) 978-1-60287-635-4 (03/10)

012-IAP-J N (18122) 978-1-61099-075-2 (06/12)

Consult the SDS (Safety Data Sheet) to: • Make sure you are using the correct PPE

for the chemical. • Find out if the chemical you are working with is toxic.

Section 4

• Determine if symptoms you are experiencing can be attributed to the chemical in use.

of the Safety Data Sheet gives vital first-aid info to untrained responders:

(50823) 978-1-68008-446-7 (07/17)

Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • Neenah, WI • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868

(50752) 978-1-68008-482-5 (07/17)

Standard HMIS® III Labels

HMIS® III label’s unique design meets the requirements for OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard for in-house labeling. They provide workers with useful hazard information at a glance, including protective measures needed to work with them safely. The distinctive labels are available in a variety of formats and sizes, in high-gloss paper or weather resistant vinyl. Sold in rolls of 500.

HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

HEALTH FLAMMABILITY PHYSICAL HAZARD PERSONAL PROTECTION

6947 (Rev. 1/15)

HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

CT-6947

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HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

CT-6986

HMIS® • Printed by J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868

10+ $8.99 ea. 1–9 $9.99 ea.

• Verify the information on the label of the chemical you are using.

• Necessary first-aid instruction • Most important symptoms or effects, both acute and delayed • Recommendations for immediate medical care

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Price

Need more HMIS® products HMIS® Wall Charts and Wallet Cards

Size

Product Code

Price

Paper 1¼" W x 27 ⁄ 8" L

CT-6986

2,500-4,500 $69.08* 1,000-2,000 $70.23* 500 $36.20

Vinyl 4" W x 4" L

CT-6947

2,500-4,500 $143.56* 1,000-2,000 $145.77* 500 $91.54

Call for additional price breaks. *Price per thousand.

The HMIS® trademark and related intellectual property are used under license of the American Coatings Association. The HMIS® Implementation Manual (4th Edition) is available for purchase at www.paint.org/hmis. You may continue to use current versions of HMIS® and NFPA® labels as in-house labels. HMIS® labels are not available for shipment to Canada.

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4½"-sq.

CT-766

7½"-sq.

CT-545

Price Per Kit

10+ $70.14 ea. 4-9 $82.54 ea. 1-3 $97.44 ea.

10+ $84.69 ea. 4-9 $99.65 ea. 1-3 $119.42 ea.

CT-1578

CT-1504

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CT-1583

CT-1510

2

CT-1587

CT-1520

3

CT-1591

CT-1524

4

CT-1596

CT-1529

Water Reactive

CT-1602

CT-1539

Alkaline

CT-1645

CT-1545

Corrosive

CT-1606

CT-1555

Oxidizer

CT-1611

CT-1558

Acid

CT-1621

CT-1563

Radioactive

CT-1638

CT-1572

Simple Asphyxiant

CT-28427

CT-28428

10+ $9.74 ea. Price Per Package 4-9 $11.55 ea. 1-3 $15.04 ea.

COR

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NFPA® Labels & Signs

• Color-coded to indicate fire, health, instability, and special hazards • L abels are printed on pressure-sensitive, adhesive vinyl • Signs are printed on rigid polystyrene

Signs Size

Product Code

10"-sq.

CT-735

10-24 $10.11 ea. 5-9 $10.74 ea. 1-4 $12.17 ea.

CT-502

10-24 $11.38 ea. 5-9 $12.41 ea. 1-4 $13.18 ea.

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4½"-sq. marking for 10"-sq. labels or signs

Symbol

87

With each easy-to-use kit of labels, you’ll get 20 copies of the numbers 0 through 4 and the symbols for dangerous when wet, radioactive, oxidizer, acid, alkaline, corrosive, and simple asphyxiant. Numbers and symbols are printed on clear vinyl, selfadhesive squares. Choose from 2 sizes. Individual numbers and symbols available in packages of 20.

Individual Numbers and Symbols Packages

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NFPA® Vinyl Numbers & Symbols Kits

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Price

Size

Product Code

Price

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CT-733

25-49 $1.68 ea. 10-24 $2.57 ea. 5-9 $3.51 ea.

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

Keep employees safe and compliant by implementing the proper lockout/tagout

methods to meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.147 for isolating and controlling hazardous energy in your workplace.

10-16

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT Lockout Tags

Help stop unexpected starts and comply with requirements of the OSHA Lockout/Tagout Standard. Eye-catching tags identify locked out machinery and display important information. • A reas on front and back of tag for writing in company-specific information • 3¼" W x 5¾" L

Some tags are available by the roll. Visit JJKeller.com/LOTO to view all ordering options. Description

Price Per Pack

10–24 $16.29 ea. ◆ 5–9 $16.61 ea. Cardstock 1–4 $16.78 ea.

Plastic

◆ CT-29891 ◆ CT-29897 ◆ CT-29895

◆ CT-29930 ◆ CT-29978 ◆ CT-29937

◆ CT-29772 ◆ CT-29778 ◆ CT-29776

◆ CT-29835 ◆ CT-29844 ◆ CT-29842

◆ CT-29847 ◆ CT-29860 ◆ CT-29858

◆ CT-29862 ◆ CT-29868 ◆ CT-29866

◆ CT-29878 ◆ CT-29888 ◆ CT-29884

10–24 $44.19 ea. 5–9 $45.10 ea. 1–4 $45.55 ea.

10–24 $63.13 ea. ◆ 5–9 $64.41 ea. Laminate 1–4 $65.06 ea. Price per pack of 25.

Loop ‘n Lock™ Tie Tags

Helps you comply with lockout/tagout requirements (29 CFR § 1910.147). Ribbed tie strap adjusts and self-locks for tight security with a rated 50 lb. pull strength — can only be cut or pulled apart with excessive force. Reinforced metal grommet with 3 ⁄ 8" hole secures the tie strap to the 15 mil plastic tag. • 8" L tie strap • 3¼" W x 5¾" L

CT-29951

CT-29953

Product Code

Price Per Pack 10–23 $36.88 ea. 5–9 $37.63 ea. 1–4 $38.01 ea.

CT-29951 CT-29953

Sold in packs of 10.

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NEW Lockout/Tagout Tags

CT-56468

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CT-56467

Lockout/Tagout tag informs employees that equipment is out of service and locked out. • Made from rigid .055 gauge high quality 70% post-consumer recycled plastic with a surface that is easy to write on • Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, hold up against water, grease and a variety of chemicals • Withstands over 50 lbs. of pullout force, meeting OSHA requirements • 5/16" diameter hole accommodates most safety padlocks (sold separately) • Includes 7" L zip ties • 3" W x 5¾" L

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

Product Code CT-56468 CT-56467

Price Per Pack 24+ $27.17 ea. 6–23 $27.72 ea. 1–5 $28.00 ea.

Sold in packs of 10.

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Tags By-The-Roll

Use lots of tags? Tags By-The-Roll is an easy way to keep them stored, protected and readily available. Helps you comply with lockout/tagout requirements (29 CFR § 1910.147). • 7¼" W x 7¼" L x 3½" D disposable cardboard dispenser • Waterproof, tear-resistant cardstock tags come pre-printed on both sides • O versized tag hole accommodates a number of different ties • Bold shape and bright letters make dispenser stand out, easy to find Description

100-Tag Roll CT-29969 250-Tag Roll CT-29970

Price Per Roll

10–23 $55.52 ea. 100-Tag Roll 5–9 $56.66 ea. 1–4 $57.24 ea. 10–23 $123.39 ea. 250-Tag Roll 5–9 $125.91 ea. 1–4 $127.18 ea.

Dispenser

Lockout Hasp

• Helps you meet OSHA's lockout/tagout and ”one employee, one lock, one key” directives • Lightweight, durable, nonconductive Xenoy ® body • Key-retaining (when unlocked, key cannot be removed) • Each lock includes a key as well as English, Spanish, and French safety labels • 1½" W x 1¾" L x ¾" D

CT-11969

Back

Lockout/Tagout: Put A Lock On PAGE Hazardous Energy Training 121

Xenoy® Padlock

Product Code

100-Tag Roll CT-29793 250-Tag Roll CT-29794

• Helps you comply with OSHA's lockout/tagout requirements (29 CFR Part 1910.147) • Heavy gauge steel jaw is zinc plated to resist corrosion • V inyl handle coating improves grip • Can be used to secure up to six padlocks • 1¾" W x 4½" H with 1" inside jaw diameter

Product Code

Price 24-71 $13.78 ea. 6-23 $14.20 ea. 1–5 $14.65 ea.

CT-3665

NEW RecycLock™ Safety Padlocks

Description

• Solid aluminum body and steel shackle are covered with plastic for corrosion resistance • Retains key until locked to ensure padlock is not left unlocked • Keyed 6-pin tumbler cylinder for security • Made from 70% recycled materials • Includes ”DANGER: Locked Out, Do Not Remove” label • 1½" W x 3¼" L x ¾" D

Price 24-71 $5.64 ea. 6-23 $5.82 ea. 1–5 $5.99 ea.

Product Code

Price Per Pack

Single pack (keyed different)

CT-56429

24+ $15.62 ea. 6–23 $15.94 ea. 1–5 $16.10 ea.

3 pack (keyed alike)

CT-56430

24+ $59.76 ea. 6–23 $60.98 ea. 1–5 $61.60 ea.

6 pack (keyed alike)

CT-56461

24+ $119.33 ea. 6–23 $121.77 ea. 1–5 $123.00 ea.

Ball Valve Lockouts

Stop valves from being turned by applying this unique gull-wing design ball valve lockout. • Unique and easy-to-use lockout has two wingspan halves that hinge to quickly and simply secure over any closed ball valve handle • Device secures with a padlock (sold separately) that is positioned so that the tag is always on top and visible. Bright red plastic device works with ball valve handles either perpendicular or parallel to the pipe • Durable thermoplastic, polypropylene lockout device resists solvents, cracking, abrasion and extreme temperatures • Includes red “Danger Locked Out” label • Works in both perpendicular and parallel position • Wingspan halves open and close Fits Handle

Fits Ball Valve

Overall Size

Product Code

Price

Up to .675" W x ¼" D

3/ 8" to 11/4"

3¹⁄ 8" W x 4½" L x 4½" D

CT-29341

10–24 $16.46 ea. 5–9 $16.79 ea. 1–4 $16.96 ea.

Up to 1½" W x ½" D

1½" to 2"

4½" W x 5²⁄ ³" L x 5²⁄ ³" D

CT-29340

10–24 $27.11 ea. 5–9 $27.66 ea. 1–4 $27.94 ea.

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12

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

Grip Tight™ Circuit Breaker Lockout

Description

• Helps comply with 29 CFR Section 1910.147 lockout/tagout requirements • Provides secure and simple mounting for a solid lockout • Durable construction with powder-coated steel and reinforced polymer allows for operation in harsh environments • Grips tight with a simple thumb-turn and clamping handle • Narrow profile permits side-by-side breaker lockout • Standard size fits standard single and double toggles • Large size fits tall and wide toggles

• Four locking holes allow you to accommodate multiple authorizations

Price

Standard

CT-14043

24-71 $7.06 ea. 6-23 $7.27 ea. 1-5 $7.50 ea.

Large

CT-14044

24-71 $9.45 ea. 6-23 $9.75 ea. 1-5 $10.05 ea.

1 Standard, 1 Large

CT-14045

24-71 $16.28 ea. 6-23 $16.79 ea. 1-5 $17.30 ea.

Description

Product Code

Price

Fits 1" to 3" diameter valve handles

CT-14039

24-71 $13.18 ea. 6-23 $13.59 ea. 1-5 $14.01 ea.

Fits 2" to 5" diameter valve handles

CT-14040

24-71 $21.41 ea. 6-23 $22.07 ea. 1-5 $22.75 ea.

Gate Valve Lockout

 • Nonconductive Zenex thermoplastic construction resists tampering and functions in extreme temperatures (-50 to 350 degrees fahrenheit)  • Rotating design allows for easy installation in small, confined spaces

Product Code

Electrical Plug Lockouts

•U  nique outward rotation for easier installation in confined space applications • Rotates into itself to fit easily into safety tool boxes • Lock sold separately on page 11 (CT-11969) • 34 / 5" W x 4" L x 2½" D

Product Code

Price 24-71 $11.90 ea. 6-23 $12.27 ea. 1–5 $12.65 ea.

CT-10202

NEW Oversize Push Button Lockout

• Provides a safe and effective method for locking out emergency push buttons • Made of durable plastic (acrylic) • Accommodates one padlock with a maximum shackle diameter of ¼" (sold separately) • 31/ 5" W x 5" L x 3½" D

Product Code

Price 24+ $22.61 ea. 6-23 $23.07 ea. 1–5 $23.30 ea.

CT-56462

Lockout/Tagout is the process of applying a lock or a tag to: • Block the flow of energy from a power source to a piece of equipment; and prevent unexpected startup of the equipment during repairs, service, and maintenance. Be aware of these energy sources: • Mechanical

• Fluid and gas

• Thermal

• Gravity

• Pneumatic

• Electrical

• Hydraulic

• Water under pressure

Step 1. Inspect machines and equipment for nonessential items and replace machine guards.

Six steps for safe lockout/tagout

16" – CT-29367 20" – CT-29368 24" – CT-29369

16" – CT-29370 20" – CT-29371 24" – CT-29372

Steering Wheel Message Cover

Size

Warn against driving a vehicle that is disabled or being worked on. Reinforced vinyl cover has a warning legend and message, and fits over standard steering wheels. The upper half has a stitched pocket to slip over the steering wheel. The bottom has a 3/8" metal grommet hole to accommodate a 1½" hasp with padlocks (sold separately) securing the cover to the steering wheel.

16"

Price 10-24 $36.02 ea. 5-9 $36.75 ea. 1–4 $37.13 ea.

10-24 $47.43 ea. 20" 5-9 $48.40 ea. 1–4 $48.88 ea. 10-24 $56.47 ea. 24" 5-9 $57.62 ea. 1–4 $58.20 ea.

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Step 2. Conduct a headcount and safely position employees away from the area. Step 3. Remove the lockout/tagout device.

Step 1. Prepare for shutdown by knowing the type and amount of energy, its hazards, and how to control it.

16" – CT-29376 20" – CT-29377 24" – CT-29378

16" – CT-29373 20" – CT-29374 24" – CT-29375

Four steps for safe release from lockout/tagout

Step 4. Notify affected personnel that lockout/tagout was removed.

Step 2. Follow normal procedures for machine and equipment shutdown. Step 3. Turn off the energy at the main power sources. Step 4. Lock out or tag out all energy sources involved. Step 5. Release stored energy. Step 6. Verify the isolation by attempting to restart the machine, reading gauges, or using test equipment. Return operating controls to the off position.

40340

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40340

Lockout/Tagout Instructional Chart

This chart reminds employees of important lockout/ tagout safety procedures. 26" W x 20" L, laminated. Product Code

Price

CT-40340

10–24 $24.00 ea. 5–9 $26.95 ea. 1–4 $29.95 ea.

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

Large Capacity Lockout Station

• Durable polycarbonate construction to ensure long life at your facility • Covered compartments protect devices and keep dust and grime out • Lockable upper and lower sections to ensure devices are there when needed • Movable dividers, tip-out drawers, and hangers for organization and storage • 22" W x 26½" H x 4¹⁄ 8" D

Station includes:

• (1) Yellow,  Wall-Mountable Lockout Station With See-Through Lockable Covers • (6) Red Xenoy ® Padlocks (Keyed Different) • (2) Lockout  Hasps • (1) L  abeled Lockout Hasp

Product Code CT-14049

• (1) A  djustable Cable Lockout Device • (1) G  ate Valve Lockout – 1"–3" • (1) G  ate Valve Lockout – 2"–5" • (1) G  ate Valve Lockout – 4"–6½" • (1) G  ate Valve Lockout – 6"–10" • (2) Ball  Valve Lockouts • (1) C  ompact Plug Prong Lockout

Price

24+ $635.34 ea. 6–23 $654.99 ea. 1–5 $675.25 ea.

• (1) Electrical  Plug Lockout – Large • (6) Circuit  Breaker Lockouts – Standard • (2) C  ircuit Breaker Lockouts – Large • (2) Universal  Wall Switch Lockouts • (24) “ DANGER–DO  NOT  OPERATE” Tags With Ties

Lockout Center - Aluminum Hanger Board Kit

• Designed for tough environments • Durable, .040" aluminum board measures 14" x 14" • Aluminum pronged hooks to hang padlocks and lockout hasps • Thick molded, clear poly pocket measures 4¾" H x 35 ⁄ 8" W x 2" D to hold lockout tags

Kit includes:

Product Code

• (6) Steel Padlocks (Keyed Different), ¾" Shackle • (10) Laminate Lockout Tags • (10) Plastic Ties • (1) L  ockout Scissor Hasp, 1" Opening • (1) L  ockout Scissor Hasp, 1½" Opening

CT-29387

Price 10­–24 $193.43 ea. 5-9 $197.38 ea. 1–4 $199.38 ea.

BEST 10-Lock Station SELLER • Polycarbonate with lockable cover prevents loss of padlocks and supplies

• Cover hinge locks open for easy padlock selection • Integrated one-piece construction prevents loose parts and broken pieces • 22" W x 15½" H x 1¾" D

Station includes:

• (1) W  all-Mountable Station With See-Through Cover • (10) Red Xenoy ® Padlocks (Keyed-Different) • (2) Lockout Hasps, 1" Opening • (24) “DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags With Nylon Ties

Product Code

Price

CT-11967

24+ $294.43 ea. 6-23 $303.55 ea. 1–5 $312.93 ea.

Lockout/Tagout Wall-Mount Station with Removable Kit

• Features removable lockout/tagout kit • Includes a variety of lockout/tagout supplies • Comes with a heavy-duty steel rack that attaches to the wall (mounting hardware included) • 14" W x 20" L x 6¾" D • K it is available with or without station

Kit includes:

• (1) G  ray Polyethylene Carrying Case • (3) Steel Lockout Hasps, 1½" Opening • (3) Keyed-Different Padlocks • (14) P  adlock Identifier Stickers • (10) Lockout Tags With Ties • (3) Single-Pole Breaker Lockouts • (2) Multi-Pole  Breaker Lockouts • (1) Large  Plug Lockout • (1) Lockout  Safety Training Booklet

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Description

Product Code

Price

Station with kit

CT-10204

24+ $159.30 ea. 6-23 $164.23 ea. 1–5 $169.31 ea.

Kit only

CT-14036

24+ $131.84 ea. 6-23 $135.92 ea. 1–5 $140.12 ea.

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

NEW General Purpose Small Wall-Mounted Lockout/Tagout Station

11-piece lockout/tagout supply center mounts to a wall to keep crucial lockout/tagout supplies organized and easily accessible. Features include: • Recycled PETG wall-mounted lockout/tagout supply center is Product Code impact resistant 24+ • C apacity to hold up to 6 safety padlocks, 4 lockout hasps, CT-56470 6-23 and 3 safety tags with ties 1–5 • 11" W x 11" L x 2½" D

Station includes:

• (2) Padlocks (1½" Shackle) • (1) Padlock (3" Shackle)

Price $171.43 ea. $174.93 ea. $176.70 ea.

• (1) Red Steel Hasp (1" Opening) With Tabs • (1) Red Steel Hasp (1½" Opening) With Tabs • (3) ” DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags With Ties

NEW General Purpose Small Lockout/Tagout Kit

12-piece lockout/tagout kit makes it easy to organize, find, and transport lockout/tagout supplies. Features include: • Provides a variety of lockout devices for on-the-job maintenance and Product Code repair operations 24+ • Water-repellent and fire-retardant lockout pouch is made of heavy-duty, CT-56469 6-23 100% recycled fabric with double-sewn seams and a PVC-free coating 1–5 • 7" W x 6" H x 2" D

Kit includes:

• (1) Small Zippered Storage Bag • (2) Padlocks (1½" Shackle)

Price $121.86 ea. $124.34 ea. $125.60 ea.

• (1) Steel Hasp (1" Opening) With Tabs • (1) Steel Hasp (1½" Opening) With Tabs • (3) ” DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags With Ties • (1) Breaker Lockout

Personal Lockout/Tagout Kit

Helps keep crucial supplies at your fingertips! This modular kit makes it easy to organize, find and transport your lockout/tagout supplies. Features include: • Safety lockout carrying case to keep important lockout devices and Product Code Price padlocks together • High-use components to satisfy most electrical lockout applications 24+ $167.36 ea. CT-10203 6-23 $172.53 ea. •K  eyed-alike padlocks for added worker convenience 1–5 $177.87 ea. • 157/8" W x 811/16" L x 57/8" D

Kit includes:

• (1) Plastic Carrying Case • (3) Red Xenoy ® Padlocks (Keyed-Alike) • (1) Red Circuit Breaker Padlock • (1) Lockout Hasp

• (1) Labeled Lockout Hasp • ( 3) Circuit Breaker Lockouts – Standard • (2) C  ircuit Breaker Lockouts – Large • (1) U  niversal Wall Switch Lockout • (12) “ DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags With Ties

Group Lockout/Tagout Kit

• Features a lockout carrying case with modular, translucent storage compartments for improved organization and fast component selection • Separate compartments for effective grouping of padlocks and hasps, valve lockout, and Product Code Price electrical lockout components 24+ $466.42 ea. • Contains high-use components to satisfy most CT-14048 6-23 $480.83 ea. valve and electrical lockout applications 1–5 $495.71 ea. •15" W x 9½" L x 7" D

Kit includes:

• (1) R  ed Nylon Carrying Case • (2) M  odular Storage Boxes • (3) Red Xenoy ® Padlocks (Keyed Different) • (2) R  ed Circuit Breaker Padlock • (1) Lockout Hasp • (1) Labeled Lockout Hasp • (1) Adjustable Cable Lockout Device • (1) Electrical Plug Lockout – Standard

• (1) Electrical Plug Lockout – Large • (1) 1"-3" Gate Valve Lockout • (1) 2"-5" Gate Valve Lockout • (1) 4"-6½" Gate Valve Lockout • (2) Ball Valve Lockouts • (6) Circuit Breaker Lockouts – Standard • (3) Circuit Breaker Lockouts – Large • (2) Universal Wall Switch Lockout • (24) “ DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE“ Tags With Ties

Individual kit components also available separately.

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NEW Valve Lockout/Tagout Kit

Product Code

Comprehensive lockout kit designed for valve lockout applications. Measures 16" W x 12" L x 6" D.

Kit includes:

CT-56426

• (1) Grip Type Multi-Purpose Valve/Cable Lockout (6') • (1) Butterfly Valve Lockout • (1) P  ull Handle Butterfly Valve Lockout • (1) Ball Valve Lockout (3/8"- 2/5") • (1) Ball Valve Lockout (1½"-2½") • (1) U  niversal Plug/Forklift/Cylinder Valve Lockout • (1) Pneumatic 3-way Lockout

• (1) M  edium Zippered Nylon Storage Bag • (10) ”DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags • (2) Padlocks (1½" Shackle) • (1) Steel Hasp (1" Opening) With Tabs • (1) Steel Hasp (1½" Opening) With Tabs • (1) A  djustable Gate Valve Lockout (1"-6½")

NEW Electrical Lockout/Tagout Kit

Comprehensive lockout kit designed for electrical lockout applications. Measures 12" W x 10" H x 8" D.

Kit includes:

NEW Circuit Breaker Lockout/Tagout Kit

Kit includes:

CT-56424

Product Code

Comprehensive lockout kit designed for maintenance department operations. Measures 18" W x 12" L x 8" D.

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CT-56425

Price 24+ $119.14 ea. 6-23 $121.57 ea. 1–5 $122.80 ea.

• (1) Red Steel Hasp (1" Opening) With Tabs • (1) Circuit Breaker Lockout Kit (3 Sizes) • (2) Padlocks (1½" Shackle)

• (1) Small Zippered Nylon Storage Bag • (10) ”DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags

• (1) L  arge Zippered Nylon Storage Bag • (20) ”DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags • (2) Steel Hasp (1" Opening) With Tabs • (2) Steel Hasp (1½" Opening) With Tabs • (3) Circuit Breaker Lockout Kit (3 Sizes) • (6) Padlocks (1½" Shackle) • (3) Padlocks (3" Shackle) • (1) Plug Lockout (Small) • (1) Plug Lockout (Large) • (1) Wall Switch Lockout • (1) C  ircuit Breaker Lockout Set (5) Micro • (1) Butterfly Valve Lockout

Price 24+ $227.05 ea. 6-23 $231.68 ea. 1–5 $234.02 ea.

Product Code

Comprehensive lockout kit designed for circuit breaker applications. Measures 7" W x 5½" L x 2" D.

Kit includes:

Product Code

• (1) Plug Lockout (Small) • (1) Plug Lockout (Large) • (1) Wall Switch Lockout • (1) Circuit Breaker Lockout Set (5) Micro • (1) Fuse Blocker (4-way) • (1) Fuse Blocker (2-way)

• (1) Small Zippered Nylon Storage Bag • (10) “DANGER–DO NOT OPERATE” Tags • (1) Red Steel Hasp (1" Opening) With Tabs • (1) Circuit Breaker Lockout Kit (3 Sizes) • (2) Padlocks (1½" Shackle)

NEW Maintenance Department Lockout/Tagout Kit

Price 24+ $338.60 ea. 6-23 $345.51 ea. 1–5 $349.00 ea.

CT-56427

Price 24+ $684.79 ea. 6-23 $698.76 ea. 1–5 $705.82 ea.

• (1) A  djustable Gate Valve Lockout (1"-6½") • (1) G  rip Type Multi-Purpose Valve/Cable Lockout (6') • (1) P  ull Handle Butterfly Valve Lockout • (1) Ball Valve Lockout (3/8"- 2/5") • (1) Ball Valve Lockout (1½"-2½") • (1) U  niversal Plug/Forklift/Cylinder Valve Lockout • (1) Pneumatic 3-Way Lockout • (1) Fuse Blocker (4-way) • (1) Fuse Blocker (2-way) • (1) M  ushroom Push Button Lockout Device • (1) O  versize Push Button Lockout Device

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• Lockout devices • Lock boxes and lock stations

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

NEW Economical Forklift Lockout/Tagout Kit

Product Code

Designed specifically for use with forklifts and other electric or propane-powered vehicles typically found in manufacturing facilities. Measures 7" W x 8½" L x 3" D.

Kit includes:

CT-56422

• (10) 3 Point Contact Seated Forklift Labels • (1) Padlock (1½" Shackle) • (1) Steel Hasp (1½" Opening) • (1) Universal Plug/Forklift/Cylinder Valve Lockout • (10) Cable Ties (7" L)

• (1) M  edium Zippered Nylon Storage Bag • (10) “ DANGER: DO NOT USE FORKLIFT“ Tags • (10) Forklift Inspection Tags • (10) 3 Point Contact Standing Forklift Labels

NEW Forklift Lockout/Tagout Kit

Product Code

Designed specifically for use with forklifts and other electric or propane-powered vehicles typically found in manufacturing facilities. Measures 7" W x 8½" L x 3" D.

Kit includes:

Performs several critical lockout functions, including: plug lockouts, gas cylinder shutoff valves, electrical driven forklift lockouts, and propane driven forklift lockouts. Measures 5" W x 7¼" L x 3" D.

Makes it easy to organize, find, and transport your lockout/tagout supplies and documents. Measures 7" W x 5½" L x 2" D.

CT-56423

NEW Universal Plug/Forklift/ Cylinder Valve Lockout Device

NEW Fabric Small Lockout/Tagout Pouch

CT-56463

Price 24+ $131.95 ea. 6-23 $134.64 ea. 1–5 $136.00 ea.

• (10) 3 Point Contact Seated Forklift Labels • (2) Padlocks (1½" Shackle) • (1) Red Steel Hasp (1" Opening) • (1) Red Steel Hasp (1½" Opening) • (1) Universal Plug/Forklift/Cylinder Valve Lockout • (10) Cable Ties (7" L)

• (1) M  edium Zippered Nylon Storage Bag • (10) ” DANGER: DO NOT USE FORKLIFT” Tags • (10) Forklift Inspection Tags • (10) 3 Point Contact Standing Forklift Labels

Product Code

Price 24+ $110.02 ea. 6-23 $112.27 ea. 1–5 $113.40 ea.

Price

Product Code

24+ $19.21 ea. 6-23 $19.60 ea. 1–5 $19.80 ea.

CT-56428

NEW Nylon Lockout/Tagout Bags

Makes it easy to organize, find, and transport your lockout/tagout supplies and documents. Durable nylon construction; includes shoulder strap and 2 handles for easy transportation.

Price 24+ $21.25 ea. 6-23 $21.68 ea. 1–5 $21.90 ea.

Size

Product Code

Medium, 12" L

CT-56464

Large, 16" L

CT-56465

X-Large, 18" L

CT-56466

Price 24+ $46.47 ea. 6–23 $47.42 ea. 1–5 $47.90 ea. 24+ $71.79 ea. 6–23 $73.26 ea. 1–5 $74.00 ea.

24+ $108.66 ea. 6–23 $110.88 ea. 1–5 $112.00 ea.

X-Large

Large Medium

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 17

Warn employees of nearly any operational hazard,

including those associated with transportation, chemical handling, hazardous waste disposal, confined spaces, and forklifts — just to name a few. Material Descriptions ... 17 Admittance & Exit ... 22 Chemical ... 24 Spill Control ... 25 Smoking Control ... 26 Weapons & Firearms Control ... 27 Fire Extinguisher ... 28 Forklift & Pallet Jack ... 29 PPE ... 30 Confined Space ... 31 Slips, Trips & Falls ... 32 Electrical & Lockout/Tagout ... 33 Eyewash/First Aid ... 34 Emergency Exit Evacuation/ Emergency Weather ... 34

Flip Signs ... 35 Floor Signs ... 35 Hazwaste, Used Oil, & Biohazard ... 36 Equipment ... 36 Warehouse & Dock ... 37 Scoreboards ... 40 Projection Signs ... 41 Safety Banners ... 42 Fold-Ups ... 42 Floor Stencils ... 42 Barriers/Posts ... 43 Parking Area/Traffic Control ... 44 Tags ... 45 Pipe Markers ... 46

SAFETY IDENTIFICATION

MATERIAL OPTIONS

17-49

J. J. Keller signs, markings and labels are available in a variety of materials to suit your specific needs.

RIGID MATERIAL STOCKS STANDARD MATERIALS POLYCARBONATE NEW

Polycarbonate

• Designed for medium-duty indoor/outdoor industrial-strength rigid signage applications

• Sub-surface printed for maximum print protection from UV and chemical splash, matte finish reduces reflection and glare • Provides 30 times the impact strength of acrylic and 10 times that of ”impact-modified“ acrylic • Rounded corners

Size

Quantity

10" x 7"

$15.22 $13.37

14" x 10"

$26.63 $23.56

Size

Quantity

1

10+

• 15 ⁄64" (6.0mm) mount hole in each corner

RECOMMENDED FOR: • L arger signs (14" x 10" or bigger) • Harsh environments • Resistance to breakage and vandalism .177" or .118"

ALUMABOARD NEW

Alumaboard

• Designed for heavy-duty outdoor industrial-strength rigid signage applications • Aluminum composite material that's 1/2 the weight of traditional solid aluminum • Surface printed with UV inks and ”anti-grafitti” UV top coating • Rounded corners

• 15 ⁄64" (6.0mm) mount hole in each corner

1

10+

10" x 7"

$13.21

$11.61

14" x 10"

$23.13 $20.46

RECOMMENDED FOR: .118"

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• L arger signs (14" x 10" or bigger) • Permanent applications

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RIGID MATERIAL STOCKS ALUMINUM

ALL ALUMINUM SIGNS:

• Surface printed with UV inks and ”anti-grafitti” UV top coating • Impact resistant

• Rounded corners

• 15 ⁄64" (6.0mm) mount hole in each corner

Standard Aluminum

• Designed for medium-duty indoor/outdoor industrial-strength rigid signage applications • Contains 75% post-consumer recycled content

RECOMMENDED FOR: • Harsh environments

.0320"

Heavy-Duty White Aluminum

• Designed for heavy-duty indoor/outdoor industrial-strength rigid signage applications

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• Larger signs (14" x 10" or bigger) • Harsh environment

Size

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$10.06

$8.84

14" x 10"

$17.61

$15.58

Size

Quantity

10" x 7"

$14.09 $12.37

14" x 10"

$24.65 $21.81

Size

Quantity

10" x 7"

$11.77 $10.34

14" x 10"

$20.63 $18.25

1

10+

.0800"

STANDARD MATERIALS PLASTIC

ALL PLASTIC SIGNS: • Impact resistant • Rounded corners • 15 ⁄64" (6.0mm) mount hole in each corner

Laminated Plastic

• Designed for medium-duty indoor/outdoor industrial-strength rigid signage applications • Surface printed with UV inks and protected by .0020" UV polyester over-laminate • Lamination offers added protection from UV fading, washing, chemical splash, and abrasion RECOMMENDED FOR: • Harsh environments

.0200"

Standard Plastic

• Designed for light-duty indoor/outdoor industrial-strength rigid signage applications

• Surface printed with UV inks and ”anti-grafitti” UV top coating RECOMMENDED FOR: • Flat or slightly curved surfaces • Harsh environments

1

Size

10+

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$7.44

$6.53

14" x 10"

$10.53

$9.32

.0200"

TAGBOARD

White Tagboard

• Designed for temporary indoor/outdoor applications

• Surface printed with UV inks and ”anti-grafitti” UV top coating • Rounded corners • 15 ⁄64" (6.0mm) mount hole in each corner RECOMMENDED FOR: • Single-trip or temporary applications

Size

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$4.69

$4.12

14" x 10"

$6.63

$5.87

.0165" * Substrate durability is based on manufacturer specifications and is not an implied warranty. Performance and durability of sign substrates will depend on a number of factors including (but not limited to) substrate selection/preparation, compliance with recommended application procedures, sign placement, geographic area, exposure conditions, atmospheric conditions (e.g. fog, snow, rain), surface deposits (e.g. dirt, dew, frost), maintenance, and age.

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RIGID MATERIAL STOCKS SPECIALTY MATERIALS

DRY ERASE LAMINATED PLASTIC

pg. 40

Dry Erase Laminated Plastic (Writable Scoreboards)

.0200"

• Designed for indoor applications (not recommended for outdoor use) • Lamination provides a dry erase (write-on/wipe-off) surface • Surface printed with UV inks and protected by .0020" dry erase polyester over-laminate • Rounded corners • 15 ⁄64" (6.0mm) mount hole in each corner RECOMMENDED FOR: • Frequently modified messaging

Size

Quantity 1

14" x 20"

$49.35 $40.47

20" x 28"

$81.43 $68.40

PRISMATIC ALUMINUM

pg. 44

High-Intensity Prismatic Reflective White Aluminum (J. J. Keller HIP) • Designed for permanent traffic and work zone outdoor signage applications • Impact resistant

.0950"

PRISMATIC ALUMINUM

5+

• Surface printed with UV inks and ”anti-grafitti” UV top coating • Provides uniform daytime and nighttime visual appearance • 5 times more reflective than engineer-grade film (0.5˚ observation angle) • Meets ASTM D4956 Type III & IV, AASHTO M268 • Rounded corners • 3⁄16" (5.0mm) mount hole in each corner (post- or fence-mount application) RECOMMENDED FOR: • Traffic control areas • Harsh environments

Size

Quantity

12" x 6"

$27.48 $26.68

12" x 18"

$48.46 $47.01

1

10+

pg. 44

ALL PRISMATIC ALUMINUM SIGNS:

• Designed for daytime, nighttime, and artificial light conditions • Provides durability and long-term reflectivity

• 3⁄8" mount hole (post- or fence-mount application)

High-Intensity Prismatic Aluminum (HIP) • 3 times brighter than engineer-grade prismatic

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• General traffic control • Warning

12" x 18"

$46.15 $45.69

18" x 18"

$69.20 $68.51

5+

• Work zones

Engineer-Grade Prismatic Aluminum (EG)

• Better day and nighttime brightness than traditional engineer-grade sheeting • Meets ASTM D4956 Type I

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• Commercial sign applications

.0800"

Quantity 1

• Meets ASTM D4956 Type III, IV, and X

.0800"

Size

• Non-critical traffic control

Size

Quantity 1

10+

12" x 18"

$37.93 $37.55

18" x 18"

$59.63 $56.36

pg. 45

TAGS

Plastic Tags

• Designed for medium-duty indoor/outdoor applications

• Water resistant to withstand weather conditions, withstands pulls and tears in dirty and greasy environments • Abrasion-resistant writable surface

Size

Quantity

53/4" x 31/4"

1

5+

Pack of 5

$9.33

$9.24

Pack of 25 $40.53 $40.12

• 3⁄8" hole reinforced with metal grommet

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• Harsh weather conditions

.0150"

• Dirty and greasy environments

Cardstock Tags

• Designed for indoor and short-term outdoor applications • Pliable and waterproof to withstand moisture • Do not tear readily when tugged on

• Pulp-free (no wood pulp or paper content)

RECOMMENDED FOR: .0100"

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• Scuff-resistant matte surface is easy to write on • 3⁄8" plain hole

Size

Quantity

53/4" x 31/4"

1

5+

Pack of 5

$3.35

$3.32

Pack of 25 $14.93 $14.78

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FLEXIBLE MATERIAL STOCKS STANDARD MATERIALS VINYL

ALL VINYL SIGNS:

• Surface printed with UV inks and protective top coating • Rounded corners

Adhesive Vinyl

• Designed for light-duty indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications

• High-tack permanent acrylic, pressure-sensitive adhesive, and peel-off liner

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• Adhesion to difficult substrates

.0034"

• Curved surfaces

Laminated Adhesive Vinyl

• Designed for light-duty indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications

• High-tack permanent acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive and peel-off liner

• .0020" UV polyester over-laminate; protects against fading, washing, chemical splash, abrasion RECOMMENDED FOR: .0054"

Size

Quantity 1

25+

10" x 7"

$6.14

$5.40

14" x 10"

$9.71

$8.59

Size

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$11.25

$9.88

14" x 10"

$19.73

$17.46

• Adhesion to difficult substrates

Clear Adhesive Vinyl

• Designed for light-duty indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications • Permanent acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive and peel-off liner

RECOMMENDED FOR:

Size

2" x 3"

Quantity 1

10+

$7.55

$7.21

• A pplications requiring a transparent sign background

.0024"

Reflective Adhesive Vinyl

• Designed for light-duty indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications • Permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive and peel-off liner • Meets ASTM D4956 Type I

Size

Quantity 1

10+

111/2" x 16" $18.95 $18.07

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• Non-critical traffic signs

.0068"

• Pressure-sensitive reflective labels

Permanent Adhesive Glow-In-The-Dark Vinyl

• Designed for permanent indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications • Permanent acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive and peel-off liner

RECOMMENDED FOR:

• Dark or dimly lit environments

.0024"

• Evacuation routes

Removable Adhesive Vinyl

• Designed for temporary indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications • Removable acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive and peel-off liner

• Up to 6 months clean removability (adhesion increases over time and may not remove cleanly after 6 months)

RECOMMENDED FOR: .0034"

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$8.60

$7.55

14" x 10"

$13.60 $12.03

Size

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$9.42

$5.23

14" x 10"

$17.50 $15.58

• Short-term applications

Magnetic Vinyl

• Designed for temporary indoor/outdoor flexible signage applications

• High-intensity, multi-pole magnet produces superior holding power on most metal surfaces (will not adhere to aluminum)

RECOMMENDED FOR: • Metal surfaces

.0300"

Size

Size

Quantity 1

10+

10" x 7"

$8.60

$7.55

14" x 10"

$13.60 $12.03

• Easy removal

* Substrate durability is based on manufacturer specifications and is not an implied warranty. Performance and durability of sign substrates will depend on a number of factors including (but not limited to) substrate selection/preparation, compliance with recommended application procedures, sign placement, geographic area, exposure conditions, atmospheric conditions (e.g. fog, snow, rain), surface deposits (e.g. dirt, dew, frost), maintenance, and age.

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FLEXIBLE MATERIAL STOCKS SPECIALTY MATERIALS

pg. 35

TEXTURED REMOVABLE ADHESIVE VINYL FLOOR SIGNS

Textured Removable Adhesive Vinyl Floor Signs

Size

• Designed for short- and medium-term indoor flexible signage applications (removable without residue, even after extended use) • Surface printed with UV inks and ”anti-grafitti” UV top coating, and anti-slip and chemical resistant-texture

Quantity

8" (DIA.)

1

10+

$17.95

$11.67

17" (DIA.) $32.30 $22.93

• Meets ASTM D2047 and the Euro-Norm as DIN/EN

RECOMMENDED FOR: .0200"

• Smooth and/or wet surfaces, such as tile, marble, concrete, vinyl linoleum, and porcelain

LASER — COMPATIBLE VINYL ADHESIVE

pg. 89

ALL LASER - COMPATIBLE SIGNS:

• Designed for permanent flexible signage applications • Meets FDA 21 CFR 175.105 for indirect food contact

Laser — Compatible Vinyl Adhesive

Size

• Topcoated vinyl with good tear resistance

Quantity 1-4

RECOMMENDED FOR:

$81.35 $78.23

6" x 6"

• Marking non-regulated waste

5+

Sold in packs of 100.

.0040"

VALUE SIGN PRICING.

For special value prices on select popular signs, look for the Best-Value star logo.

FAST-SHIP SIGNS.

For same-day shipping on our most popular signs, look for the Fast-Ship truck logo. Signs ordered by 2 p.m. will ship the same day, with no added cost or hidden fees.

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22 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION According to OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.37, exits and access points should be clearly designated with appropriate signage to communicate the safest direction of travel for employees.

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CT-8001131 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001132 12" x 8.5" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001133 12" x 8.5" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001195 14" x 10" Aluminum

DANGER

NOT AN EXIT

NOT AN EXIT

EMPLOYEES ONLY BEYOND THIS POINT

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CT-8001186 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001137 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001209 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001134 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001194 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001138 10" x 7" Plastic

CT-8001211 14" x 10" Plastic

CT-8001135 10" x 7" Aluminum

CT-8001713 14" x 10" Plastic

CT-8001210 14" x 10" Laminated Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001136 10" x 7" Plastic

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SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

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NOTICE

NOTICE

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CT-8000463

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CT-8000011

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CT-8000343

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CT-8000228

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AVISO

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

Do Not Enter! Authorized personnel only.

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CT-8000900

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CT-8000577

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ONLY

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CT-8000019

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DANGER DO NOT ENTER

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CT-8000526

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PELIGRO NO ENTRE SÓLO PERSONAL AUTORIZADO

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CT-8000578

CT-8001035

NO TRESPASSING VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED

NOTICE

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WARNING WARNING

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NOTICE

NOTICE

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This area is under 24 hour video surveillance.

CT-8000024

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CT-8001752

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ADMITTANCE & EXIT SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

NOTICE KEEP GATE CLOSED WHEN NOT IN USE

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CT-8001034

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NO TRESPASSING!

PREMISES UNDER VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

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CT-8001926

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NO CAMERAS OR RECORDING DEVICES ALLOWED

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CT-8002095

DANGER

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CT-8001824

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CT-8001044

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EDITOR TIP What color exit sign do you need? OSHA, NFPA 101® Life Safety Code® and International Fire Code® (IFC) standards do not require a specific color combination, except for construction activities, where OSHA requires exit signs to have red text on a white field. Beyond that, OSHA and NFPA simply call for a distinctive color, and the IFC mandates high contrast. Note that NFPA assumes red or green will be preferred by most facilities and suggests that red or green text on a white field offers enough contrast. In the end, your color choice may hinge on any color(s) specified in your own state and local fire and building codes.

Tricia Hodkiewicz

J. J. Keller® Editor, Workplace Safety

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Adhesive Vinyl

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic 1

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Glow Vinyl Permanent Adhesive

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

$6.14

$5.40

$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$11.77 $10.34

1

10+

$8.60

$7.55

$9.71

$8.59

$17.61 $15.58 $10.53

$9.32

$20.63 $18.25 $13.60 $12.03

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CHEMICAL FAST-SHIP SIGNS

DANGER

DANGER

DIESEL FUEL

PROPANE

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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REORDER NO. 8000038

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REORDER NO. 8000047

NOTICE

DANGER

NON-POTABLE WATER

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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CT-8001146 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001147 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

FLAMMABLE

FLAMMABLE MATERIALS

DIESEL FUEL

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REORDER NO. 8000039

REORDER NO. 8000041

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REORDER NO. 8000236

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REORDER NO. 8000595

CT-8001198 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001300 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

EMPTY

FULL

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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CT-8001140 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

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REORDER NO. 8000055

CT-8001139 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

EMPTY CYLINDERS

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REORDER NO. 8000233

REORDER NO. 8000248

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REORDER NO. 8000596

CT-8001301 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000249

CT-8001144 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001196 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001212 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001215 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001145 10" x 7" Plastic

CT-8001197 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001213 10" x 7" Plastic

CT-8001216 10" x 7" Plastic

CT-8001214 10" x 7" Aluminum

CT-8001217 10" x 7" Aluminum

Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

DANGER

DANGER

FLAMMABLE

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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REORDER NO. 8000039

CT-8000039

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REORDER NO. 8000236

CT-8000236

GLOW CT-8001481

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REORDER NO. 8000041

CT-8000041

DANGER

DANGER

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS

FLAMMABLE MATERIALS NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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REORDER NO. 8000040

CT-8000040

REORDER NO. 8000595

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REORDER NO. 8000596

CT-8000595

CT-8000596

DANGER

DANGER

ACETYLENE Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000034

CT-8000034

DANGER COMPRESSED GAS Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8000036

REORDER NO. 8000036

REORDER NO. 8000665

CT-8000665

ACETYLENE NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

DO NOT USE

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DANGER

REORDER NO. 8000670

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FLAMMABLE STORAGE Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000671

REORDER NO. 8000477

CT-8000235

CT-8000477

NOTICE

CAUTION

NON-POTABLE WATER

NON-POTABLE WATER DO NOT DRINK

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REORDER NO. 8000055

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CT-8000055

DANGER HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS

Acid

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REORDER NO. 8000666

CT-8000666

DANGER

REORDER NO. 8000235

GLOW CT-8001480

EMPTY FULL EMPTY FULL CYLINDERS CYLINDERS CYLINDERS CYLINDERS Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8001830

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REORDER NO. 8000248

CT-8000248

REORDER NO. 8000974

Non-potable water. Do not drink. REORDER NO. 8001719

NOTICE

DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8001725

KEEP ALL CYLINDERS CHAINED

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COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID REORDER NO. 8000054

CT-8001725

CT-8000054

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

ASBESTOS MAY CAUSE CANCER CAUSES DAMAGE TO LUNGS AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

FORMALDEHYDE MAY CAUSE CANCER CAUSES SKIN, EYE, AND RESPIRATORY IRRITATION AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

RESPIRABLE CRYSTALLINE SILICA MAY CAUSE CANCER CAUSES DAMAGE TO LUNGS WEAR RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IN THIS AREA AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

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CT-8000283

REORDER NO. 8000283

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CT-8000037

REORDER NO. 8000037

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CT-8001828

REORDER NO. 8001828

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REORDER NO. 8000196

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CT-8000196

REORDER NO. 8000047

NOTICE KEEP ALL CYLINDERS CHAINED

CT-8001830

CORROSIVE MATERIALS

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CT-8000047 GLOW CT-8001477

CT-8000671

CORROSIVE

PROPANE

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

CT-80001719

CT-8000670

GAS

DANGER

CT-8000974

CT-8000520

COMPRESSED

REORDER NO. 8000249

CT-8000249

CAUTION Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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CT-8000209

REORDER NO. 8000209

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CT-8000904

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REORDER NO. 8000966

CT-8000966

DANGER RESPIRABLE CRYSTALLINE SILICA MAY CAUSE CANCER CAUSES DAMAGE TO LUNGS WEAR RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IN THIS AREA

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

REORDER NO. 8000904

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REORDER NO. 8000905

CT-8000905

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CHEMICAL SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

DANGER CAUTION RESPIRABLE CRYSTALLINE SILICA MAY CAUSE CANCER

CAUSES DAMAGE TO LUNGS

WEAR RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IN THIS AREA AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

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REORDER NO. 8000906

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DANGER

REORDER NO. 8001646

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REORDER NO. 8001647

DANGER

DANGER

DIESEL FUEL

DIESEL FUEL

EMERGENCY FUEL SHUT-OFF SWITCH

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REORDER NO. 8000038

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REORDER NO. 8000233

CT-8000038

CT-8000233 GLOW CT-8001478

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

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CT-8000976

REORDER NO. 8000977

CT-8000977

DANGER REORDER NO. 8000812

Gasoline. Flammable. No smoking.

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REORDER NO. 8000813

CT-8000812

CT-8000813

DANGER

DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8000818

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DANGER

CT-8000377

REORDER NO. 8000045

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Oxygen. Flammable. No smoking. REORDER NO. 8000819

REORDER NO. 8000641

REORDER NO. 8000056

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CT-8000056 GLOW CT-8001476

REORDER NO. 8000594

EXPLOSIVES

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REORDER NO. 8000969

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REORDER NO. 8000975

DANGER

DANGER

FUEL STORAGE NO SMOKING

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REORDER NO. 8000051

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CT-8000238

DANGER H2S POISONOUS GAS NO TRESPASSING AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

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REORDER NO. 8000954

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REORDER NO. 8001773

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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CT-8000239

H2S

POISONOUS GAS MAY BE PRESENT

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REORDER NO. 8000042

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CT-8000042

REORDER NO. 8000052

REORDER NO. 8001894

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REORDER NO. 8001735

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DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

PESTICIDE STORAGE AREA

WEAR RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IN THIS AREA

PROPANE

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REORDER NO. 8000204

OXYGEN NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

REORDER NO. 8000200

CT-8000200

REORDER NO. 8000048

DANGER

LEAD MAY DAMAGE FERTILITY OR THE UNBORN CHILD CAUSES DAMAGE TO THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE IN THIS AREA

CT-8001735

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CT-8001894

H2S POISONOUS GAS MAY BE PRESENT

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CT-8000204

REORDER NO. 8000234

CT-8000234 GLOW CT-8001479

CT-8000052

Flammable material storage area. Keep heat and flames away.

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REORDER NO. 8000239

CAUTION CAUTION DANGER

DANGER PESTICIDE STORAGE AREA

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GASOLINE

GASOLINE

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

REORDER NO. 8000238

Face shield, protective apron and gloves required when handling chemicals.

REORDER NO. 8001881

REORDER NO. 8000970

FUEL STORAGE

DANGER

CT-8001881

DANGER

DANGER

CHEMICAL STORAGE AREA

DANGER

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DANGER CAUSTIC CHEMICAL

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REORDER NO. 8000814

CT-8000814

CAUTION DANGER

WARNING

REORDER NO. 8000972

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CT-8000975

DANGER

CT-8000972

REORDER NO. 8000968

CT-8000968

CT-8000969

PAINT STORAGE AREA

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DIESEL FUEL FLAMMABLE NO SMOKING

CT-8000970

CT-8000048

CT-8000816

Diesel fuel. Combustible. No smoking.

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CAUSTIC

CT-8000594

CT-8001773

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAME

REORDER NO. 8000967

CT-8000967

CARBON MONOXIDE MAY BE PRESENT

CT-8000819

SULFURIC ACID

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DANGER

DANGER

DIESEL FUEL COMBUSTIBLE NO SMOKING

CAUTION DANGER

CT-8000954

DANGER

DANGER

CT-8000641

CT-8000051

REORDER NO. 8000377

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CT-8000045

PROPANE FLAMMABLE NO SMOKING REORDER NO. 8000816

REORDER NO. 8000035

NONFLAMMABLE GAS

OXYGEN

CT-8000818

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CT-8000035

DANGER

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CHEMICAL STORAGE

EXPLOSIVES KEEP OUT REORDER NO. 8000976

REORDER NO. 8001590

CT-8001590

CT-8000815

EXPLOSIVES KEEP OUT

CHLORINE GAS Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8001647

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID

DANGER

CT-8001646

Diesel fuel. Flammable. No smoking. REORDER NO. 8000815

Chlorine area. Wear personal protective equipment when handling. Contact will cause severe skin burns and serious eye damage. Wash exposed skin thoroughly after handling.

CHLORINE AREA

CT-8000906

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CAUTION

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REORDER NO. 8000521

CT-8000521 GLOW CT-8001482

DANGER Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000046

CT-8000046

Propane. Flammable. No smoking. REORDER NO. 8000817

CT-8000817

REORDER NO. 8001876

CT-8001876

SPILL CONTROL FAST-SHIP SIGN

SPILL-KIT STATION Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000246

CT-8001206 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl CT-8001207 10" x 7" Plastic CT-8001208 10" x 7" Laminated Adhesive Vinyl Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

SPILL-KIT STATION Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000246

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

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NOTICE

SPILL STATION

SPILL CONTROL SUPPLIES STATION REORDER NO. 8000513

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SPILL CLEAN UP KIT

REORDER NO. 8000514 Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8000246

CT-8000513

CT-8000514

REORDER NO. 8000809

CT-8000809

SIGNS PRICING Size

10" x 7" 14" x 10" 20" x 14"

Adhesive Vinyl

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic 1

10+

Glow Vinyl Permanent Adhesive

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

$6.14

$5.40

$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$11.77 $10.34

1

10+

$8.60

$7.55

$9.71

$8.59

$17.61 $15.58 $10.53

$9.32

$20.63 $18.25 $13.60 $12.03

$18.04 $16.06 $35.26 $31.39 $20.17 $17.96 $40.47 $36.03 $25.26 $22.48 Higher quantity breaks and additional materials available online. Material descriptions are on pages 17-21.

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26 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION Most states prohibit smoking in workplaces and public buildings, and therefore require building owners or operators to post “No Smoking” signs.

SMOKING CONTROL FAST-SHIP SIGNS

DANGER

NO SMOKING

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REORDER NO. 8000133

CT-8001174 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

NO SMOKING

REORDER NO. 8000140

DANGER

DANGER

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

NO SMOKING WITHIN 50 FEET

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CT-8001182 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000407

CT-8001285 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001175 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000135

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DANGER NO SMOKING

REORDER NO. 8000136

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REORDER NO. 8000298

CT-8001178 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001180 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001250 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001179 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001181 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001251 10" x 7" Plastic

CT-8001176 14" x 10" Plastic

CT-8001252 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001177 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

NO NO SMOKING SMOKING REORDER NO. 8000138

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CT-8000138 GLOW CT-8001470

NO SMOKING

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REORDER NO. 8000139

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CT-8000140 GLOW CT-8001472

SMOKING IS PROHIBITED

SMOKING IS PROHIBITED

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We are Smoke Free In Accordance With The Utah Indoor Clean Air Act

NO SMOKING INSIDE OR WITHIN 25 FEET

REORDER NO. 8002050

NOTICE THIS IS A SMOKE-FREE FACILITY

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REORDER NO. 8000407

CT-8000407

DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8000395

REORDER NO. 8000140

CT-8000139 GLOW CT-8001471

IN THIS PLANT

CT-8000395

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NO SMOKING

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CT-8000591

DANGER Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

IN THIS AREA

REORDER NO. 8000135

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REORDER NO. 8000273

DANGER

DANGER

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAME

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAME

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REORDER NO. 8001731

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NO SMOKING WITHIN 50 FEET REORDER NO. 8001729

CT-8000135 GLOW CT-8001468

CT-8001731

CT-8001729

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

NO SMOKING WITHIN 10 FEET

NO SMOKING

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REORDER NO. 8000690

CT-8000690

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REORDER NO. 8000689

CT-8000689

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REORDER NO. 8000687

CT-8000687

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NO REORDER NO. 8000298

SMOKING EATING DRINKING

IN THIS AREA

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CT-8000298 GLOW CT-8001469

REORDER NO. 8000133

DANGER

CT-8000134

NO SMOKING WITHIN 20 FEET

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CT-8000133 GLOW CT-8001467

CT-8002051

NO SMOKING WITHIN 25 FEET

DANGER

CT-8000273

CT-8002050

REORDER NO. 8000410

CT-8000410

REORDER NO. 8000591

CT-8000302

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

REORDER NO. 8000134

NO SMOKING

EATING OR DRINKING

IN THIS FACILITY

REORDER NO. 8000302

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES NO SPARKS Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8002051

NO SMOKING OR TOBACCO PRODUCTS

CT-8000244

REORDER NO. 8000244

NO SMOKING NO EATING NO DRINKING IN THIS AREA

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REORDER NO. 8000136

CT-8000136

SMOKING, EATING AND DRINKING IS PROHIBITED

REORDER NO. 8001742

IN THIS AREA Copyright 2018 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8002047

CT-8001742

CT-8002047

DANGER

DANGER

BATTERY CHARGING STATION NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

DANGER

DANGER NO SMOKING SHUT OFF MOTOR WHILE FUELING

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CT-8000487

REORDER NO. 8000487

DANGER NO SMOKING BEYOND THIS POINT

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CT-8000685

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SMOKING IS PROHIBITED IN THIS AREA

REORDER NO. 8000685

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SMOKING IS PROHIBITED IN THIS BUILDING

REORDER NO. 8002048

CT-8002048

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REORDER NO. 8002049

CT-8002049

DANGER NO SMOKING IN THIS AREA Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

NO SMOKING

IN THIS AREA REORDER NO. 8000683

CT-8000683

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REORDER NO. 8000532

CT-8000532

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CT-8001100

REORDER NO. 8001100

ETHANOL

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REORDER NO. 8001101

CT-8001101

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 27

SMOKING CONTROL SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

DANGER

DANGER REORDER NO. 8001886

NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAMES

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CT-8001886

DESIGNATED SMOKING AREA

CRUDE OIL

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS NO SMOKING NO OPEN FLAME

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DANGER

REORDER NO. 8001731

CT-8001731

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REORDER NO. 8001102

CT-8001102

SMOKING PERMITTED IN THIS AREA Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000137

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SMOKING PROHIBITED INCLUDING MARIJUANA AND E-CIGARETTES

CT-8000137

TOBACCO AND MARIJUANA USE IS PROHIBITED

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REORDER NO. 8001340

CT-8001340

within 8 feet of entrance

ON THIS CAMPUS

REORDER NO. 8000408

CT-8000408

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CT-8002052

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REORDER NO. 8000691

CT-8000691

REORDER NO. 8002052

DANGER NO SMOKING

NO SMOKING within 10 feet of entrance

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NO SMOKING within 20 feet of entrance

REORDER NO. 8000692

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CT-8000692

REORDER NO. 8000694

CT-8000694

NO SMOKING within 25 feet of entrance

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REORDER NO. 8000695

CT-8000695

NO SMOKING within 50 feet of entrance

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REORDER NO. 8000696

CT-8000696

SMOKING PROHIBITED

PELIGRO

NO FUMAR

REORDER NO. 8000397

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CT-8000397

NO SMOKING NO VAPING

Including E-Cigarettes And All Other Electronic Smoking Devices

NO FUMAR

REORDER NO. 8000579

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CT-8000579

REORDER NO. 8000873

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CT-8000873

REORDER NO. 8000606

CT-8000606

DANGER

NO SMOKING NO VAPING

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NO SMOKING BEYOND THIS POINT

REORDER NO. 8000616

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CT-8000616

REORDER NO. 8000610

CT-8000610

NO SMOKING Including E-Cigarettes

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REORDER NO. 8000615

CT-8000615

THIS IS A SMOKE-FREE FACILITY Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

NO SMOKING

THIS IS A TOBACCO-FREE FACILITY Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000299

CT-8000299

within 30 feet of entrance.

except in designated areas

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REORDER NO. 8000300

CT-8000300

NO SMOKING OR OPEN FLAMES WITHIN 50 FEET

NO SMOKING Thank You. Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000301

CT-8000301

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REORDER NO. 8000396

CT-8000396

REORDER NO. 8001883

CT-8001883

WEAPONS & FIREARMS CONTROL (GENERAL & STATE SPECIFIC) FAST-SHIP SIGN

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

NOTICE

NOTICE NO FIREARMS OR WEAPONS ALLOWED ON THIS PROPERTY

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REORDER NO. 8000488 Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8001289 7" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000225

CT-8000225

NOTICE

NOTICE

NO WEAPONS OR FIREARMS EXCEPT IN YOUR LOCKED MOTOR VEHICLES

NO FIREARMS OR WEAPONS ALLOWED ON THIS PROPERTY

NO CONCEALED WEAPONS ALLOWED ON THIS PROPERTY

NO FIREARMS ALLOWED ON THIS PROPERTY

NOTICE NO WEAPONS ALLOWED

NO FIREARMS ALLOWED ON PREMISES

NOTICE

THE POSSESSION OF ANY AND ALL DANGEROUS WEAPONS IS PROHIBITED ON THESE PREMISES

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REORDER NO. 8000226

CT-8000226

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REORDER NO. 8000282

CT-8000282

REORDER NO. 8000488

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CT-8000488

NO FIREARMS ALLOWED ON PREMISES

REORDER NO. 8000281

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CT-8000281

CT-8000224

Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

NO FIREARMS ALLOWED

CARRYING A HANDGUN IS PROHIBITED Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com

REORDER NO. 8000416

CT-8000416 (Arkansas)

THE OPEN CARRYING OF FIREARMS IN THIS BUILDING IS PROHIBITED

REORDER NO. 8000415

CT-8000415 (Arizona)

NO SE PERMITE ARMAS DE FUEGO EN ESTA PROPIEDAD Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8001651

CT-8001651

NOTICE

OPEN CARRY ALLOWED CONCEALED CARRY PROHIBITED

PURSUANT TO A.R.S. § 4-229

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REORDER NO. 8000224

CARRYING OF A PISTOL OR REVOLVER IS PROHIBITED Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com

CT-8000423 (Kansas)

CT-8000424 (Kansas)

NO FIREARMS

IT IS ILLEGAL TO CARRY A FIREARM, DEADLY WEAPON, OR DANGEROUS ORDNANCE ANYWHERE ON THESE PREMISES Unless otherwise authorized by law, no person shall knowingly possess, have under the person’s control, convey, or attempt to convey a deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance onto these premises.

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REORDER NO. 8000417

REORDER NO. 8000419

FIREARMS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON THE PREMISES AS AUTHORIZED BY T.C.A. § 39-17-1359, POSSESSION OF A WEAPON ON POSTED PROPERTY OR IN A POSTED BUILDING IS PROHIBITED AND IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE. Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8000417 (Mississippi)

CT-8000419 (Ohio)

REORDER NO. 8000420

CT-8000420 (Tennessee)

NO FIREARMS OR WEAPONS

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VIOLATORS ARE CONSIDERED TRESPASSERS AND ARE SUBJECT TO FORFEITURE OR ARREST Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8000422 (Wisconsin)

REORDER NO. 8000422

SIGNS PRICING Aluminum

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

= Best Seller

10" x 7"

$6.14

$5.40

$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$11.77 $10.34

14" x 10"

$9.71

$8.59

$17.61 $15.58 $10.53

$9.32

$20.63 $18.25 $13.60 $12.03

20" x 14"

Plastic

Laminated Plastic

Glow Vinyl Permanent Adhesive

Adhesive Vinyl

Size

1

10+

1

10+

$8.60

$7.55

$18.04 $16.06 $35.26 $31.39 $20.17 $17.96 $40.47 $36.03 $25.26 $22.48 Higher quantity breaks and additional materials available online. Material descriptions are on pages 17-21.

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28 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION Use signs to ensure everyone will know exactly where to find the equipment they need in the event of a fire.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER FAST-SHIP SIGNS

BEST VALUE SIGN FIRE

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

FIRE

INSIDE

EXTINGUISHER REORDER NO. 8000082

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CT-8001161 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

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CT-8001162 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

E X T I N G U I S H E R

REORDER NO. 8000286

DO NOT BLOCK

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REORDER NO. 8000083

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FIRE

F I R E H O S E

E X T I N G U I S H E R

CT-8001245 3" x 13.5" Adhesive Vinyl

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CT-8001200 3" x 13.5" Adhesive Vinyl CT-8001201 3" x 13.5" Aluminum CT-8001202 3" x 13.5" Plastic

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REORDER NO. 8000263

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CT-8001235 7" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-1072 Permanent Pressure 25–49 $1.95 ea. Sensitive Vinyl, 10–24 $2.38 ea. 18" W x 2" L 1–9 $2.63 ea. Additional price breaks available online.

SIGNS – LARGE • 3" X 13.5" • 4" X 18" • 5" X 22.5"

CT-8001203 4" x 18" Adhesive Vinyl

INGUISHER EXT

F I R E H O S E

CT-8001204 4" x 18" Aluminum

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

DO NOT BLOCK

REORDER NO. 8000242

REORDER NO. 8000489

CT-8001290 4" x 18" Plastic

FIRE

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

Description

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REORDER NO. 8000081

CT-8001160 7" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001205 4" x 18" Laminated Vinyl Adhesive

REORDER NO. 8000080

CT-8001159 7" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

FIRE

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER INSIDE

Fire Extinguisher

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000081

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CT-8000081 GLOW CT-8001422

FIRE KEEP CLEAR

SIGNS – LARGE

REORDER NO. 8000495

CT-8000495 GLOW CT-8001454

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

JJKeller.com

REORDER NO. 8000643

REORDER NO. 8000082

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CT-8000082 GLOW CT-8001423

Fire Extinguisher/Hose Projection™ Signs More Fire Extinguisher Signs

PAGE

REORDER NO. 8000242

FIRE

E X T I N G U I S H E R

E X T I N G U I S H E R

REORDER NO. 8000083

CT-8000083 GLOW CT-8001424

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FIRE

INSIDE

EXTINGUISHER KEEP CLEAR

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REORDER NO. 8000489

CT-8000242 GLOW CT-8001434

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

REORDER NO. 8000476

• 17" X 7" • 22" X 9"

CT-8000643 GLOW CT-8001459

REORDER NO. 8000263

CT-8000263 GLOW CT-8001436

FIRE

CT-8000476 GLOW CT-8001445

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HOSE

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CT-8000496 GLOW CT-8001455

DO NOT BLOCK

REORDER NO. 8000080

CT-8000080 GLOW CT-8001421

E X T I N G U I S H E R

CT-8000489 GLOW CT-8001448

FIRE

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CT-8001772

FIRE

REORDER NO. 8000496

EXTINGUISHER

INGUISHER EXT

REORDER NO. 8001772

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REORDER NO. 8001904

CT-8001904

EXTINGUISHER

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FIRE

FIRE

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REORDER NO. 8000286

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REORDER NO. 8000287

DO NOT BLOCK

KEEP CLEAR

CT-8000286 GLOW CT-8001439

CT-8000287 GLOW GB-8001440

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 29

Inform pedestrians to look out for forklifts by posting OSHA forklift signs on the walls and doors in high traffic areas in your facility.

FORKLIFT & PALLET JACK SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

CAUTION CAUTION WATCH FOR FORKLIFT TRAFFIC Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000724

WATCH FOR FORKLIFT TRAFFIC

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CT-8000724

REORDER NO. 8000144

CAUTION CAUTION Watch for forklift traffic.

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CT-8000144

Forklift traffic.

FORKLIFT TRAFFIC REORDER NO. 8000725

CT-8000725

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REORDER NO. 8001764

CT-8001764

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WATCH FOR PEDESTRIANS REORDER NO. 8000854

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CT-8000854

WATCH FOR PEDESTRIANS REORDER NO. 8000856

CAUTION CAUTION WEAR FOOT PROTECTION Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

WALKING SPEED OR SLOWER IN THIS AREA REORDER NO. 8000878

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REORDER NO. 8000881

CT-8000878

CT-8000881

NOTICE

CAUTION

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Inspect trailer floor before entry. REORDER NO. 8000841

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CT-8000841

CT-8001765

Struck-by hazard. Stay at least 10 feet away from lift truck.

REORDER NO. 8002012

CAUTION

CAUTION

Watch for moving traffic.

Look out for powered industrial trucks.

Maintain safe distance.

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REORDER NO. 8000861

REORDER NO. 8000863

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST

DANGER

FASTEN SEAT BELT WHEN USING FORKLIFT

STOP: at all intersections and blind spots. LOOK: for people working around you. LISTEN: for horns and sirens.

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REORDER NO. 8001771

CT-8001771

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Keep load low and stable.

REORDER NO. 8000843

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WARNING Struck-by hazard.

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REORDER NO. 8002024

CT-8002024

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Keep load low and stable.

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CT-8002022

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REORDER NO. 8002023

CT-8002023

INSPECT TRAILER FLOOR BEFORE ENTRY

REORDER NO. 8001681

Raise/lower platform smoothly.

Keep load low and stable.

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REORDER NO. 8000847

WARNING Falling object and struck-by hazards.

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CT-8002038

10" x 7"

Are Employees TRAINED

14" x 10"

Forklift and Pallet Jack Training Programs See pages 118-120.

20" x 14" 17" x 7" 22" x 9" 3" x 13.5" 4" x 18" 5" x 22.5"

Adhesive Vinyl

Aluminum

Plastic

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

$6.14

$5.40

$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$9.71

$8.59

$17.61 $15.58 $10.53

$9.32

Laminated Plastic 1

10+

$11.77 $10.34

REORDER NO. 8002039

Glow Vinyl Permanent Adhesive 1 10+ $8.60

$7.55

$20.63 $18.25 $13.60 $12.03

$18.04 $16.06 $35.26 $31.39 $20.17 $17.96 $40.47 $36.03 $25.26 $22.48

$10.38

$12.45

$6.95

$22.58 $15.58 $13.50

$5.40

$13.60

$7.00

$4.20

$10.38

$6.95

$8.30

$18.09 $12.12 $11.78

$8.59

$10.55

$6.33 $8.84

$8.90

$10.05

$18.09 $12.12 $11.78

$7.89

$21.18 $14.19 $14.53

$9.73

$12.15

$5.88

$9.32

$26.45 $18.25 $17.43 $12.03

$6.53

$15.90 $10.34

$5.34 $7.89

$7.29

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Enter platform at floor level only. Do not climb on lift truck to access or exit platform.

CT-8002039

SIGNS PRICING Size

REORDER NO. 8002001

WARNING

Watch out for:

REORDER NO. 8002034

No personnel allowed in trailer during loading and unloading.

CT-8002001

WARNING

CT-8002034

REORDER NO. 8000840

CT-8000840

CT-8000847

WARNING

Use approved platform/cage to lift personnel.

NOTICE

CAUTION

CT-8000846

WARNING

Do not enter trailer with forklift unless wheels are chocked.

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REORDER NO. 8000871

CT-8000871

CT-8001681

KEEP LOAD LOW AND STABLE

CT-8000845

Ensure lift truck in park before elevating personnel.

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CT-8001680

REORDER NO. 8000845

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REORDER NO. 8000530

DANGER

CAUTION CAUTION

WARNING

Stay at least 20 feet away from lift truck. Flatbed truck driver may stay in truck cab during loading and unloading.

CT-8002013

REORDER NO. 8000844

CT-8000844

Struck-by hazard.

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CT-8000530

DO NOT ENTER TRAILER WITH FORKLIFT UNLESS WHEELS ARE CHOCKED

CT-8001683

CAUTION CAUTION CT-8000843

REORDER NO. 8002013

CAUTION

Watch for moving traffic.

FASTEN SEAT BELT WHEN USING FORKLIFT

REORDER NO. 8001682

REORDER NO. 8000723

CT-8000723

CAUTION

SAFETY FIRST

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CT-8000722

CT-8000863

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REORDER NO. 8000860

Forklift traffic.

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CT-8000721

CT-8000861

CT-8001682

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REORDER NO. 8000721

CT-8000860

Stay at least 10 feet away from lift truck. Flatbed truck driver may stay in truck cab during loading and unloading.

CT-8002012

REORDER NO. 8000858

DANGER

FORKLIFT TRAFFIC

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CT-8000858

CT-8000842

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CT-8000856

WATCH FOR MOVING TRAFFIC

DANGER

FORKLIFT TRAFFIC REORDER NO. 8001765

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION WATCH FOR PEDESTRIANS

DANGER

CAUTION

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PPE FAST-SHIP SIGNS

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REORDER NO. 8000099

CT-8001171 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

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REORDER NO. 8000102

CT-8001172 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

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REORDER NO. 8000289

CT-8001246 14" x 10" Plastic

NOTICE HARD HATS REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

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CT-8001247 14" x 10" Plastic

CAUTION

NOTICE

HEARING PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

PERSONAL PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

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CT-8001308 14" x 10" Plastic

CAUTION

DANGER

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CT-8001248 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

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REORDER NO. 8000094

CT-8001168 14" x 10" Plastic

EAR AND EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED

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REORDER NO. 8000097

CT-8001169 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001249 14" x 10" Plastic

CT-8001170 10" x 7" Aluminum

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SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

DANGER

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

DANGER

EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

SAFETY GLASSES REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

CT-8000092

CT-8000290

NOTICE

CAUTION

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REORDER NO. 8001075

CT-8001075

REORDER NO. 8000290

REORDER NO. 8001798

REORDER NO. 8001796

CT-8001796

REORDER NO. 8001077

CT-8001077

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Eye protection required.

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REORDER NO. 8001799

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REORDER NO. 8001099

EAR AND EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED

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REORDER NO. 8001808

CT-8001808

DANGER

NOTICE

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REORDER NO. 8001654

CT-8001654

FALL PROTECTION GUIDELINES MUST BE FOLLOWED BEYOND THIS POINT

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REORDER NO. 8002015

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NOTICE HARD HATS REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

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CT-8000293

REORDER NO. 8000293

REORDER NO. 8000098

FALL PROTECTION IS REQUIRED HERE

REORDER NO. 8001652

CT-8001652

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Head protection required beyond this point.

Falling object hazard.

REORDER NO. 8000739

SAFETY GLASSES REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

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REORDER NO. 8001074

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CT-8001074

REORDER NO. 8001071

CT-8001071

EYE PROTECTION MUST BE WORN IN THIS AREA Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000099

EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8000099

CAUTION Eye protection required beyond this point. Copyright 2018 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8002016

CT-8002016

REORDER NO. 8000289

WARNING Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

NOTICE SAFETY GOGGLES REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

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REORDER NO. 8001072

CT-8001072

Eye protection required beyond this point.

CT-8000289

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CT-8002020

REORDER NO. 8002020

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Hearing protection required beyond this point.

REORDER NO. 8000735

REORDER NO. 8000737

CT-8000737

DANGER HEARING PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000096

CT-8000096

Fall protection is required here.

REORDER NO. 8001656

Hearing protection required.

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REORDER NO. 8001797

NOTICE

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REORDER NO. 8000095

CT-8000095

CAUTION REORDER NO. 8002018

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CT-8002018

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Respiratory protection required beyond this point.

CT-8000743

REORDER NO. 8000743

REORDER NO. 8001653

CT-8001653

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DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8000094

CT-8000094

REORDER NO. 8001078

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CT-8001078

CT-8002017

CAUTION

PPE SUPPLIES STATION

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CT-8002019

REORDER NO. 8000097

CAUTION

HARD HAT REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

WARNING

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REORDER NO. 8000093

HARD HAT AREA

CT-8001655

REORDER NO. 8000741

NOTICE

DANGER

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EAR AND EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED CT-8000097

FALL PROTECTION IS REQUIRED HERE

FALL PROTECTION IS REQUIRED HERE

Foot protection required beyond this point.

REORDER NO. 8001804

CT-8001804

CT-8000093

REORDER NO. 8001655

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FALL PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

DANGER Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000101

DANGER

CAUTION

WARNING CT-8000741

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HAND PROTECTION REQUIRED

CT-8000101

CT-8001797

DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8001098

CT-8001098

CT-8000735

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HEARING PROTECTION REQUIRED

HEARING PROTECTION REQUIRED WHEN OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT

WARNING

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REORDER NO. 8001080

CT-8001656

DANGER

CT-8000739

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WARNING Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8001809

CT-8001080

EAR PROTECTION MUST BE WORN IN THIS AREA

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NOTICE

EYE AND FACE PROTECTION REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

CT-8000098

CT-8001329

Ear and eye protection required.

CT-8001809

CT-8002015

CT-8001099

NOTICE

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION Hearing protection required when operating this equipment.

REORDER NO. 8000103

CT-8000103

CAUTION

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REORDER NO. 8000292

CT-8001799

HEARING PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

HEARING PROTECTION REQUIRED

BEYOND THIS POINT

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NOTICE

REQUIRED CT-8000292

CT-8001798

CAUTION Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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SAFETY GLASSES

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REORDER NO. 8002017

REORDER NO. 8000765

REORDER NO. 8002019

CT-8000765

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PPE SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

NOTICE

NOTICE

NOTICE

CHEMICAL RESISTANT GEAR REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

PERSONAL PROTECTION REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

PROTECTIVE SAFETY GEAR REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

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REORDER NO. 8001065

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REORDER NO. 8001066

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REORDER NO. 8001067

CT-8001065

CT-8001066

CT-8001067

NOTICE

NOTICE

CAUTION

SAFETY VEST REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

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CT-8001661

SAFETY GLASSES

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REORDER NO. 8002062

HEAD, EYE, AND FOOT PROTECTION REQUIRED Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT REORDER NO. 8001810

CT-8001810

NOTICE

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NOTICE

NOTICE

NOTICE

PERSONAL PROTECTION REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

SAFETY GLASSES AND SAFETY SHOES REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

SAFETY GLASSES AND SAFETY SHOES REQUIRED IN THIS AREA

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REORDER NO. 8000102

REORDER NO. 8000294

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CT-8000102

CT-8000294

NOTICE

CAUTION

CT-8001322

CT-8001820

CT-8001748

CT-8000808

EAR MUFFS

EAR PLUGS

HARD HATS

SAFETY GLOVES

STEEL TOE FOOTWEAR

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HI-VIS SAFETY VEST REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

REORDER NO. 8001322

DRIVERS MUST WEAR HI-VIS SAFETY VEST BEYOND THIS POINT

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REORDER NO. 8002065

REORDER NO. 8001820

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REORDER NO. 8002068

REORDER NO. 8001748

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REORDER NO. 8002071

PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND NON-VENTED GOGGLES MUST BE WORN WHILE OPERATING EQUIPMENT Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000808

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REORDER NO. 8002074

REORDER NO. 8000295

CT-8000295

CAUTION SAFETY FIRST Head, eye, and foot protection required.

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REORDER NO. 8000100

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REORDER NO. 8001068

CT-8001068

HARD HATS, SAFETY GLASSES, SAFETY SHOES REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT CT-8000100

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REORDER NO. 8001661

CAUTION CAUTION

REORDER NO. 8002077

REMEMBER WEAR SAFETY EQUIPMENT

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REORDER NO. 8001811

REORDER NO. 8000296

CT-8001811

CT-8000296

DUST MASKS

SAFETY HARNESS

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REORDER NO. 8002080

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REORDER NO. 8002083

CT-8002062

CT-8002065

CT-8002068

CT-8002071

CT-8002074

CT-8002077

CT-8002080

CT-8002083

SAFETY HARNESS

SAFETY GLASSES

EAR MUFFS

EAR PLUGS

HARD HATS

SAFETY GLOVES

STEEL TOE FOOTWEAR

DUST MASKS

Fall protection located here.

Eye protection located here.

Hearing protection located here.

Hearing protection located here.

Head protection located here.

Hand protection located here.

Foot protection located here.

Respiratory protection located here.

CT-8002066

CT-8002069

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REORDER NO. 8002084

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CT-8002084

REORDER NO. 8002063

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CT-8002063

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REORDER NO. 8002066

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REORDER NO. 8002069

REORDER NO. 8002072

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CT-8002072

REORDER NO. 8002075

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CT-8002075

REORDER NO. 8002078

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CT-8002078

REORDER NO. 8002081

CT-8002081

CONFINED SPACE FAST-SHIP SIGNS

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

DANGER

DANGER

CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER

PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER

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DANGER FOLLOW CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURE BEFORE ENTERING

REORDER NO. 8000061

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CT-8001149 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001152 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001150 14" x 10" Laminated Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001154 14" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000064

CT-8001153 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER

DANGER

FOLLOW CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURE BEFORE ENTERING

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CONFINED SPACE

KEEP OUT

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CT-8000064

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REORDER NO. 8000062

PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER

DO NOT ENTER

ESPACIO LIMITADO QUE REQUIERE NO ENTRAR

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CT-8000580

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DANGER

NOTICE

REORDER NO. 8001997

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REORDER NO. 8001996

CT-8001996

CAUTION

Non-permit confined space. Authorized personnel only.

PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER

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CT-8000376

REORDER NO. 8000376

REORDER NO. 8000061

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REORDER NO. 8001999

CT-8001999

REORDER NO. 8002042

CT-8002042

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CONFINED SPACE

SIGNS PRICING Size

Adhesive Vinyl

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic 1

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Glow Vinyl Permanent Adhesive

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1

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10" x 7"

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$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$11.77 $10.34

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$9.32

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REORDER NO. 8000059

CAUTION

DANGER

CONFINED SPACE

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

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REORDER NO. 8000058

CT-8000059 GLOW CT-8001508

CT-8001997

USE LOCKOUT AND ENTRY PROCEDURES PRIOR TO ENTRY

CT-8000062 GLOW CT-8001511

DANGER

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Permit-required confined space. Do not enter.

PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE DO NOT ENTER

CT-8000058 GLOW CT-8001507

DANGER

Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8000060

DANGER

CONFINED SPACE

CONFINED SPACE

CT-8000060 GLOW CT-8001509

CT-8001151 14" x 10" Plastic

DANGER

DANGER

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10+

$8.60

$7.55

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32 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION As part of OSHA’s Walking-Working Surfaces regulation, your compliance plan should include maintaining employee awareness of slip, trip, and fall hazards throughout the workplace by using appropriate signage.

SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS FAST-SHIP SIGNS

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REORDER NO. 8000130

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

DANGER

CAUTION

FALL HAZARD

FALL HAZARD

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CT-8001173 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000251

CAUTION

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CT-8001221 14" x 10" Aluminum

CT-8001293 10" x 7" Plastic

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Prevent falls.

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REORDER NO. 8002037

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REORDER NO. 8000541

CT-8000541

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REORDER NO. 8000543

REORDER NO. 8000544

CT-8000544

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REORDER NO. 8000545

CT-8000545

CT-8002014

CAUTION

SAFETY FIRST

CAUTION

SAFETY FIRST

USE HANDRAIL

ALWAYS USE HANDRAILS REORDER NO. 8000129

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FALL HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP REORDER NO. 8000537

CT-8000537

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REORDER NO. 8000538

CT-8000538

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REORDER NO. 8000251

CT-8000251

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REORDER NO. 8000534

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REORDER NO. 8000547

CT-8000547

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REORDER NO. 8000126

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WATCH YOUR STEP SLIPPERY CONDITIONS MAY EXIST REORDER NO. 8001733

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REORDER NO. 8001323

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REORDER NO. 8001818

REORDER NO. 8001324

Watch your step. Slippery conditions may exist.

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REORDER NO. 8001325

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

WATCH YOUR STEP

NOT A STEP

CT-8001816

STAIRWAY REORDER NO. 8000899

CT-8000899 GLOW CT-8001465

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REORDER NO. 8001326

CT-8001326

CAUTION

WARNING REORDER NO. 8001332

CT-8001332

CT-8000125

CAUTION FALL HAZARD

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REORDER NO. 8000535

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REORDER NO. 8000536

CT-8000536

SLIP HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP

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SLIP HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP REORDER NO. 8000549

CT-8000549

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REORDER NO. 8000550

CT-8000550

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WET FLOOR

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CT-8001325

REORDER NO. 8000125

REORDER NO. 8000548

WET FLOOR REORDER NO. 8000585

CT-8000585

REORDER NO. 8000127

KEEP THIS AREA CLEAR

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CT-8000127

CT-8000131

CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

Maintain 3-point contact.

Maintain 3-point contact.

Maintain 3-point contact.

WATCH YOUR STEP

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REORDER NO. 8000586

CT-8000586

NOTICE

STEP DOWN

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REORDER NO. 8001739

CT-8001739

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DANGER

DANGER

OPEN PIT REORDER NO. 8000131

REORDER NO. 8000130

CT-8000130

OPEN PIT

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REORDER NO. 8000697

CT-8000697

CAUTION

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REORDER NO. 8000698

CT-8000698

CAUTION

DANGER

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CT-8001324

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CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

NOTICE Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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CT-8000548

CAUTION REORDER NO. 8001816

REORDER NO. 8002002

CT-8002002

CT-8000535

SLIP HAZARD

CT-8001733

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USE HANDRAIL

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

CT-8001818

WATCH YOUR STEP SLIPPERY CONDITIONS MAY EXIST

REORDER NO. 8001812

CT-8001812

CT-8000126

WATCH YOUR STEP

CT-8001323

PREVENT FALLS USE HANDRAIL

FALL HAZARD

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SLIP HAZARD

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION SLIPPERY SURFACE WHEN WET

REORDER NO. 8001088

FALL HAZARD

FALL HAZARD CT-8000534

SLIP HAZARD

FALL HAZARD

STAIRWAY

CT-8001088 GLOW CT-8001466

CAUTION CAUTION DANGER CAUTION CAUTION FALL HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP

REORDER NO. 8002014

CT-8001949

TRIP HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP

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REORDER NO. 8001949

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

TRIP HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP

CT-8000543

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CT-8002041

CT-8000129

TRIP HAZARD

REORDER NO. 8002041

CT-8002037

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TRIP HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP

Stairway. Prevent falls. Use handrail.

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CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION

CAUTION

Stairway.

PREVENT FALLS USE HANDRAIL

REORDER NO. 8000535

CT-8001292 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CAUTION

CAUTION

STAIRWAY

CT-8001222 14" x 10" Plastic

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

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CT-8002036

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REORDER NO. 8002036

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REORDER NO. 8001328

CT-8001328

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REORDER NO. 8001368

CT-8000364

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REORDER NO. 8001649

CT-8001649

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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REORDER NO. 8001648

CT-8001648

Maintain 3-point contact.

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REORDER NO. 8001370

CT-8001370

Maintain 3-point contact.

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REORDER NO. 8001371

CT-8001371

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 33

ELECTRICAL FAST-SHIP SIGNS

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

DANGER

CAUTION

DANGER

AREA IN FRONT OF THIS ELECTRICAL PANEL MUST BE KEPT CLEAR FOR 36 INCHES. OSHA-NEC REGULATIONS

HIGH VOLTAGE

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OSHA REGULATIONS AREA IN FRONT OF ELECTRICAL PANEL MUST BE KEPT CLEAR FOR 36 INCHES Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com

REORDER NO. 8000075

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CT-8001158 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8001754

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REORDER NO. 8000074

POWER LINES OVERHEAD

REORDER NO. 8001029

CT-8000074

CT-8001029

DANGER

DANGER

HIGH VOLTAGE OVERHEAD

HIGH VOLTAGE UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS

KEEP OUT

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REORDER NO. 8000642

DANGER High voltage.

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REORDER NO. 8001030

DANGER

HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP OUT

HIGH VOLTAGE AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

REORDER NO. 8000073

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REORDER NO. 8000072

CT-8000072 GLOW CT-8001504

CT-8000073 GLOW CT-8001505

DANGER

CT-8000070 GLOW CT-8001494

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

HIGH VOLTAGE

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

REORDER NO. 8001758

DANGER Electrical hazard.

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CT-8001758

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REORDER NO. 8000068

CT-8000068 GLOW CT-8001492

DANGER

CAUTION

DANGER

AREA IN FRONT OF THIS ELECTRICAL PANEL MUST BE KEPT CLEAR FOR 36 INCHES. OSHA-NEC REGULATIONS

480 VOLTS

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REORDER NO. 8000517

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REORDER NO. 8000075

CT-8000517

CT-8000075

DANGER

DANGER

REORDER NO. 8000066

CT-8000066 GLOW CT-8001490

CAUTION

CAUTION

Do not block access to electrical panel. Keep area clear for 3 feet, per OSHA/NEC.

Do not block access to electrical panel. Keep area clear for 3 feet, per OSHA/NEC.

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CT-8002057

CAUTION Do not block access to electrical panel.

Do not block access to electrical panel. Keep area clear for 3 feet, per OSHA/NEC.

REORDER NO. 8002058

REORDER NO. 8002057

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CT-8002058

REORDER NO. 8000067

CT-8000067 GLOW CT-8001491

CAUTION

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

REORDER NO. 8000071

CT-8000071 GLOW CT-8001495

ELECTRICAL HAZARD

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CT-8001756

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REORDER NO. 8000069

CT-8000069 GLOW CT-8001493

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

REORDER NO. 8001756

HIGH VOLTAGE

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CT-8001027

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

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REORDER NO. 8001027

REORDER NO. 8000070

CT-8001030

HIGH VOLTAGE

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CT-8000642

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CT-8001754

OVERHEAD POWER LINES

DANGER

REORDER NO. 8000589

CT-8001297 3.5" x 5" Adhesive Vinyl

Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

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DANGER

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CT-8001156 10" x 7" Plastic

HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP OUT

DANGER

REORDER NO. 8000069

CT-8001155 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

DANGER

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

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REORDER NO. 8002059

CT-8002059

REORDER NO. 8002060

CT-8002060

ELECTRICAL HAZARD

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

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REORDER NO. 8000897

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CT-8000897

= Best Seller REORDER NO. 8001887

CT-8001887

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

LOCKOUT STATION

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

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CT-8000375

CT-8000558

USE LOCKOUT BEFORE WORKING ON EQUIPMENT

USE LOCKOUT DEVICE BEFORE MAINTENANCE OR ANY OPERATOR ADJUSTMENT

DO NOT ENTER

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

UNTIL LOCKOUT PROCEDURES ARE COMPLETE

CT-8000369

CT-8000370

REORDER NO. 8000077

LOCK OUT ELECTRICAL SWITCHES BEFORE WORKING ON MACHINERY

REORDER NO. 8000375

CT-8000552

LOCK OUT EQUIPMENT

DANGER

POR RAZONES DE SEGURIDAD CIERRE CON LLAVE ANTES DE EMPEZAR

LOCKOUT EQUIPMENT BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR

DANGER

CAUTION PRECAUCIÓN

THIS MACHINE MUST BE LOCKED OUT PRIOR TO SERVICING

DANGER

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LOCK OUT FOR SAFETY BEFORE YOU START

BEFORE SET-UP, MAINTENANCE, SERVICE OR REPAIR

DANGER

BEFORE SERVICING CT-8000077

REORDER NO. 8000243

LOCKOUT/ TAGOUT SAFETY STATION

DANGER

CT-8000243

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CAUTION

DANGER

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REORDER NO. 8000371

CT-8000371

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REORDER NO. 8000078

CT-8000078

DAN GER Lock out electrical switches before working on machinery.

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REORDER NO. 8001867

CT-8001867

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REORDER NO. 8000369

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REORDER NO. 8000370

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REORDER NO. 8000552

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REORDER NO. 8000558

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Adhesive Vinyl

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic 10+

Glow Vinyl Permanent Adhesive

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

10" x 7"

$6.14

$5.40

$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$11.77 $10.34

14" x 10"

$9.71

$8.59

$17.61 $15.58 $10.53

$9.32

$20.63 $18.25 $13.60 $12.03

20" x 14"

1

REORDER NO. 8000731

CT-8000731

SIGNS PRICING Size

DANGER

1

10+

$8.60

$7.55

$18.04 $16.06 $35.26 $31.39 $20.17 $17.96 $40.47 $36.03 $25.26 $22.48 Higher quantity breaks and additional materials available online. Material descriptions are on pages 17-21.

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34 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION

EMERGENCY EXIT EVACUATION/EMERGENCY WEATHER FAST-SHIP SIGNS SEVERE WEATHER

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REORDER NO. 8000091

CT-8001166 7" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY POINT Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

DO NOT BLOCK

REORDER NO. 8000085

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REORDER NO. 8000086

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Emergency exit. Do not block. Copyright 2018 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000264

CT-8000086 GLOW CT-8001398

CT-8000264 GLOW CT-8001400

NOTICE

NOTICE

EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY POINT

Do not block door. Copyright 2018 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000265

CT-8000265 GLOW CT-8001401

REORDER NO. 8002054

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CT-8002054

NOTICE

NOTICE

CT-8000085 GLOW CT-8001397

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REORDER NO. 8000497

EMERGENCY EXIT

DOOR ALARM WILL SOUND

DO NOT BLOCK DOOR

CT-8001746 14" x 10" Plastic

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

EMERGENCY EXIT ONLY

EMERGENCY EXIT ONLY

SHELTER AREA

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SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

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REORDER NO. 8002053

CT-8002053

EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY POINT

REORDER NO. 8000497

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CT-8000497 GLOW CT-8001402

REORDER NO. 8000498

FIRE POLICE MEDICAL

POLICE

DIAL 911

REORDER NO. 8002055

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REORDER NO. 8000584

CT-8002055

CT-8000584 GLOW CT-8001416

MUSTER POINT

EVACUATION ASSEMBLY POINT

CT-8000499 GLOW CT-8001404

CT-8000501 GLOW CT-8001406

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CT-8000498 GLOW CT-8001403

EMERGENCY

Emergency exit. Do not lock or block door.

REORDER NO. 8000499

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REORDER NO. 8000501

SEVERE WEATHER

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EMERGENCY SHELTER

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EVACUATION ASSEMBLY POINT

REORDER NO. 8000504

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CT-8000504 GLOW CT-8001409

CT-8000502

REORDER NO. 8000502

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REORDER NO. 8000505

Display maps for quick evacuation in any light condition — even in the dark with Lumi-Glow™ background. • Constructed of .40" clear polycarbonate face with photoluminescent (glow) plastic back •Simply print map from your computer and slide into holder; easily change and update • Includes adhesive foam strips for mounting

SHELTER

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CT-8000505 GLOW CT-8001410

Lumi-Glow™ Evacuation Map Holders

DANGER

TORNADO

TORNADO SHELTER

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REORDER NO. 8000506

CT-8000506 GLOW CT-8001411

File Insert Size

SHELTER AREA

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REORDER NO. 8000483

CT-8000483

Overall Size

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Product Code

Price

81⁄2" H x 11" W

12" H x 11½" W

CT-47882

10–24 $69.74 ea. 5–9 $71.16 ea. 1–4 $71.88 ea.

11" H x 17" W

15½" H x 17½" W

CT-47883

10–24 $96.71 ea. 5–9 $98.68 ea. 1–4 $99.68 ea.

Standard (non-glow) also available at JJKeller.com/Signs

EYEWASH/FIRST AID FAST-SHIP SIGNS

EMERGENCY

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

EMERGENCY EYEWASH STATION

EYEWASH Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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CT-8001163 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

FIRST AID

EYEWASH STATION

CT-8001288 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

EMERGENCY EYEWASH

CT-8000507 GLOW CT-8001456

CT-8000508 GLOW CT-8001457

EMERGENCY EYEWASH STATION

FIRST AID

FIRST AID

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REORDER NO. 8000464

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KIT

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EYEWASH STATION

EMERGENCY SHOWER AND EYEWASH CT-8000087 GLOW CT-8001426

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REORDER NO. 8000464

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• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

CT-8000464 GLOW CT-8001444

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REORDER NO. 8000508

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REORDER NO. 8000285

CT-8000285

REORDER NO. 8000087

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REORDER NO. 8000088

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CT-8000088

EMERGENCY SHOWER AND EYEWASH

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REORDER NO. 8000272

EMERGENCY

EYEWASH Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000084

CT-8000272 GLOW CT-8001437

CT-8000084 GLOW CT-8001425

FIRST AID

FIRST AID

STATION

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CT-8000090

KIT

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REORDER NO. 8000089

CT-8000089 GLOW CT-8001428

REORDER NO. 8000089

CT-8001164 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001199 7" x 10" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001165 10" x 7" Plastic

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SHOWER

CT-8001744 14" x 10" Plastic

AED

AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR

EMERGENCY EYEWASH

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REORDER NO. 8000750

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REORDER NO. 8000241

REORDER NO. 8000262

CT-8000262

Emergency Shower Copyright 2018 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8000241 GLOW CT-8001433

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REORDER NO. 8001911

CT-8001911 GLOW CT-8001463

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 35

FLIP SIGNS • Resist Warping And Bending Base plate is made of high-quality .032" aluminum; Legends are made of .024" white aluminum • Secure Attachment 4 mounting holes (1 in each corner) provide stability • Flipping Legends Is A Breeze 2 hinges make it easy to change messages • Panels Stay In Place Quick-release clamps keep legends in place Legend

Description

Product Code

CT-52026

Price

2-Legend Sign Set Full Empty

CT-52026

Base: 18" W x 12" H Legends: 15" W x 10.75" H (each panel is 15" W x 5.375" H)

Closed Open

24-47 $44.66 ea. 12-23 $48.63 ea. 1-11 $52.10 ea.

CT-52028

CT-52028

3-Legend Sign Set Red Yellow Green

Base: 13.75" W x 13.75" H Legends: 10.75" W x 10.75" H (each panel is 10.75" W x 5.375" H)

CT-52202

24-47 $47.30 ea. 12-23 $51.50 ea. 1-11 $55.23 ea.

Green: Safety Risk Low Yellow: Safety Risk Medium Red: Safety Risk High

Base: 18" W x 12" H Legends: 15" W x 10.75" H (each panel is 15" W x 5.375" H)

CT-52027

24-47 $48.30 ea. 12-23 $52.50 ea. 1-11 $56.16 ea.

CT-52202

CT-52027

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36 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION Hazwaste, used oil, and biohazard areas can be very dangerous. This makes it crucial to have those areas clearly marked with signs in order to alert employees that they are entering hazardous areas and should follow safety procedures.

HAZWASTE, USED OIL, AND BIOHAZARD FAST-SHIP SIGNS

USED OIL

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ENGINE OIL

HYDRAULIC OIL

CT-8001236 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

CT-8001237 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000057

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CT-8001148 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

REORDER NO. 8000266

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USED FILTERS

REORDER NO. 8000267

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REORDER NO. 8000268

CT-8001238 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

USED MIXED FUEL

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USED ANTIFREEZE REORDER NO. 8000270

CT-8001239 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

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REORDER NO. 8000271

CT-8001240 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl

Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

ENGINE OIL

HYDRAULIC OIL

CT-8000266

CT-8000267

EXCLUDED SOLVENTCONTAMINATED WIPES

HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE AREA

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REORDER NO. 8000266

REORDER NO. 8001106

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REORDER NO. 8000267

USED WASTE USED USED FILTERS OIL OIL LAMPS Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000268

CT-8000268

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REORDER NO. 8000979

CT-8000979

WASTE ACCUMULATION SITE REORDER NO. 8000347

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CT-8000347

HAZARDOUS WASTE

REORDER NO. 8000348

CT-8000348

BIOHAZARD BIOHAZARD AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY

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REORDER NO. 8000681

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CT-8000681

REORDER NO. 8000044

CT-8000044

HAZARDOUS WASTE CENTRAL ACCUMULATION AREA REORDER NO. 8001343

SATELLITE ACCUMULATION AREA Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8000057

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CT-8000057

DANGER Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-8001106

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REORDER NO. 8001341

REORDER NO. 8000667

CT-8000667

USED ANTIFREEZE

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REORDER NO. 8000271

CT-8000271

REORDER NO. 8000598

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CT-8000598

REORDER NO. 8000599

CT-8000599

REORDER NO. 8000270

CT-8000270

YELLOW BLACK GREEN ZONE ZONE ZONE Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

USED MIXED FUEL

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REORDER NO. 8000600

CT-8000600

RED ZONE

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REORDER NO. 8000597

CT-8000597

HAZARDOUS WASTE SATELLITE ACCUMULATION AREA Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

REORDER NO. 8001342

REORDER NO. 8000680

CT-8000680

CT-8001343

CT-8001341

CT-8001342

EQUIPMENT FAST-SHIP SIGN

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

DANGER

DANGER

BATTERY CHARGING AREA

DANGER HOT SURFACE DO NOT TOUCH

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CT-8001299 14" x 10" Plastic Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

REORDER NO. 8000811

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CAUTION CAUTION DANGER HOT SURFACE

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HOT REORDER NO. 8001766

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CT-8000114

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CT-8000592

CT-8001760

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

DANGER

THIS MACHINE STARTS AND STOPS AUTOMATICALLY

VEHICLE MOVEMENT BEYOND THIS POINT

CAUTION

DO NOT OPERATE

BATTERY STORAGE AREA

CT-8000112

CT-8000726

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CT-8000115

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CT-8000730

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CT-8000804

Cut hazard.

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CT-8001081

WARNING

SHARP EDGES

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USE EXTREME CAUTION

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CT-8000109

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION REORDER NO. 8000113

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CT-8001766

CT-8001668

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CT-8001768

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DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT GUARDS

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CT-8000811

EQUIPMENT STARTS AUTOMATICALLY

CLEARANCE FT. IN.

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BATTERY CHARGING AREA

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 37 Use loading dock safety signs to warn and remind workers and drivers of their responsibilities in the warehouse or parked at the dock.

WAREHOUSE & DOCK FAST-SHIP SIGN

CAUTION CHOCK WHEELS Copyright 2016 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

SIGNS – POPULAR SIZES

CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION DRIVER MUST CHOCK WHEELS Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

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CT-8001218 10" x 7" Adhesive Vinyl CT-8001219 10" x 7" Plastic

CT-8001220 14" x 10" Plastic

Same Day Shipping, Same Price.

• 10" X 7" • 14" X 10" • 20" X 14"

MAXIMUM LOAD LBS.

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CT-8000142

BATTERY CHARGING STATION

DANGER

WATCH FOR FORKLIFT TRAFFIC

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CT-8000143

PALLET STORAGE AREA

CHOCK WHEELS REORDER NO. 8000144

CT-8000144

DRIVERS SREVIRD

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CT-8000314

ECITON

NOTICE

EB TSUM SLEEHW EROFEB DEKCOHC GNIDAOL GNIDAOLNU RO

WHEELS MUST BE CHOCKED BEFORE LOADING OR UNLOADING

CHOCK WHEELS AND TURN OFF ENGINE DURING LOADING & UNLOADING

SLEEHW KCOHC ENIGNE FFO NRUT DNA GNIRUD GNIDAOLNU & GNIDAOL

CT-8000592

CT-8000367

CT-8000368

CT-8000312

CT-8000146

NOTICE

NOTICE

NOTICE

NOTICE

ECITON

NOTICE

TRUCK DRIVERS

WHEELS MUST BE CHOCKED AND ENGINE TURNED OFF DURING LOADING AND UNLOADING

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BATTERY CHARGING AREA

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CT-8000316

SHUT OFF ENGINE SET BRAKES SET WHEEL CHOCKS

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REORDER NO. 8000367

ENGINE MUST BE TURNED OFF DURING LOADING AND UNLOADING

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CT-8000307

CT-8000308

CT-8000309

NOTICE

ECITON

TRUCK DRIVERS

SREVIRD KCURT

WHEELS MUST BE CHOCKED AND GLAD HAND LOCKS USED WHILE LOADING OR UNLOADING

DEKCOHC EB TSUM SLEEHW SKCOL DNAH DALG DNA GNIDAOL ELIHW DESU GNIDAOLNU RO

• SHUT OFF ENGINE • SET BRAKES • CHOCK WHEELS

CT-8001061

CT-8001062

CT-8000305

WARNING

LOAD BAR STATION

DID YOU REMEMBER RAILROAD TO SECURE TRACKS YOUR CARGO?

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CHOCK WHEELS BEFORE LOADING AND UNLOADING

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THINK REORDER NO. 8000770

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REORDER NO. 8000145

CT-8000145

CT-8000770

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REORDER NO. 8000312

SREVIRD KCOHC TSUM SLEEHW

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DRIVERS CHOCK YOUR TRUCKS

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REORDER NO. 8000311

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CT-8000311

CT-8000313

NO IDLING

ENIGNE FFO TUHS • SEKARB TES • SLEEHW KCOHC •

WHEELS MUST BE CHOCKED BEFORE LOADING OR UNLOADING

CT-8000306

CT-8000303

CT-8000261

CT-8000310

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TURN OFF ENGINE

AND CHOCK WHEELS

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REORDER NO. 8000261

SAFETY FIRST ATTENTION

REORDER NO. 8000891

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CT-8000891

REORDER NO. 8000893

CT-8000893

DRIVERS MUST STAY IN

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= Best Seller

Need transport related

ION

SIGNS

Visit JJKeller.com/signs

SIGNS PRICING

CAUT WIDE RIGHT TURN S

10" x 7" 14" x 10" 20" x 14"

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Adhesive Vinyl

Size

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic

1

10+

1

10+

1

10+

$6.14

$5.40

$10.06

$8.84

$7.44

$6.53

$11.77 $10.34

1

10+

$9.71

$8.59

$17.61 $15.58 $10.53

$9.32

$20.63 $18.25

$18.04 $16.06 $35.26 $31.39 $20.17 $17.96 $40.47 $36.03

Higher quantity breaks and additional materials available online. Material descriptions are on pages 17-21.

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Need something specific?

GO CUSTOM Our online builders make it easy to CREATE A CUSTOM SIGN to meet the specific needs of your operation. Choose from 9 builders that allow you to create any sign you need in a matter of minutes. Plus, you’ll see the sign as you create it, so you can adjust the design if necessary!

SIGN BUILDERS: NFPA markings

HMIS labels HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

Fast Clean 500

1 FLAMMABILITY 0 PHYSICAL HAZARD 2 B HEALTH

PERSONAL PROTECTION

Can react with acids. Protect skin and eyes.

REORDER NO.

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HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

HMIS®

Customer header signs

REMINDER

HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS® HMIS®

HMIS®

OSHA/ANSI header signs

Uniforms collected for laundering each FRIDAY at 3 pm. Use container marked SOILED GARMENTS. Clean uniforms delivered each MONDAY at 7 am. Direct questions to x5589.

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USDOT signs Hard hat labels

No-header signs

CHOP SAW CERTIFIED Reorder No.

RDCNTL

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REORDER NO.

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Floor signs

US DOT 398157

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FLOOR SLIPPERY

Vehicle door signs

WHEN WET

USDOT 398157

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reinforce safety messages provide specific instructions for employees include company logo or graphic

P O I N T. C L I C K . C R E AT E . “

Professional Grade at bargain basement rates The signage that J. J. Keller produced for my business really fits my needs perfectly. The sign is study, easy to see and read, and came in well under budget. I won’t hesitate to use J. J. Keller in the future. DISNEY | OWNER-OPERATOR | NASHVILLE, TN MATERIALS

(Magnetic Vinyl and Reflective Adhesive Vinyl Available Online)

SIZES

(W x H)

Adhesive Vinyl

Laminated Adhesive Vinyl

Aluminum

Plastic

Laminated Plastic

5" x 3.5"

5–9 $8.72 1–4 $14.35

5–9 $9.57 1–4 $17.45

5–9 $12.50 1–4 $21.70

5–9 $12.64 1–4 $21.00

5–9 $17.44 1–4 $26.80

7" x 5"

5–9 $12.50 1–4 $20.30

5–9 $14.11 1–4 $22.85

5–9 $14.75 1–4 $22.15

5–9 $13.53 1–4 $21.90

5–9 $18.56 1–4 $27.30

10" x 7"

5–9 $14.62 1–4 $22.65

5–9 $16.73 1–4 $25.55

5–9 $17.83 1–4 $24.30

5–9 $15.84 1–4 $24.20

5–9 $22.50 1–4 $30.75

12" x 8.5"

5–9 $16.43 1–4 $24.73

5–9 $18.57 1–4 $27.73

5–9 $21.47 1–4 $27.93

5–9 $17.76 1–4 $26.15

5–9 $27.09 1–4 $35.30

14" x 10"

5–9 $18.32 1–4 $26.80

5–9 $21.07 1–4 $29.90

5–9 $25.07 1–4 $31.55

5–9 $19.77 1–4 $28.10

5–9 $31.62 1–4 $39.85

Higher quantity breaks available online.

Material descriptions are on pages 17-21.

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SCOREBOARDS

Digi-Day® 2 Electronic Scoreboards

CT-47792

CT-47785

Count safe work days in two colors with the next generation Digi-Day ® 2. • Innovative, durable, frameless construction • Count days without an accident in green, and if a lost time accident occurs, set the display back to red until you meet your new safe-days goal • Display can be set to count days or flash between days, date and clock • Track the 7-day week, or set the display to track only your company’s work days • Display count can be set to hold • In a power failure, all information is stored* • Tamper-proof display easily sets with handheld remote control

CT-47793

*Indicators notify when a hold or power failure has occurred.

CT-47790

CT-47795

CT-47791

Specifications: • For indoor use • 20" x 28" x 2" aluminum construction • Built-in hidden rear mounting brackets • Four-digit, bright LED display with 2½" H numbers • Operates on 110 VAC with 6-ft. power cord

CT-47796

Automatically count safe work days with 2-color LED display – red and green. $299.85 ea.

CT-47794

CT-47787

Writable Scoreboards

Use these write-on/wipe-off boards to help bring attention and awareness to your company’s safety performance. Size

Dry Erase Laminated Plastic

10–24 $36.03 ea. 14" x 20" 5–9 $40.47 ea. 1–4 $49.35 ea. 10–24 $61.07 ea. 20" x 28" 5–9 $68.40 ea. 1–4 $81.43 ea. Additional quantity breaks online at JJKeller.com/Signs.

Material Description

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CT-47788

FAST-SHIP SIGN ON THE JOB

SAFETY

BEGINS HERE THIS PLANT HAS WORKED DAYS WITHOUT AN OSHA RECORDABLE INJURY

ACCIDENTS ARE AVOIDABLE Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

CT-47786

ON THE JOB

ON THE JOB

BEGINS HERE THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT

BEGINS HERE THIS PLANT HAS WORKED DAYS WITHOUT AN OSHA RECORDABLE INJURY

BEGINS HERE THIS PLANT HAS WORKED DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT

ACCIDENTS ARE AVOIDABLE

ACCIDENTS ARE AVOIDABLE

ACCIDENTS ARE AVOIDABLE

CT-8000152

CT-8000456

CT-8000457

SAFETY

SETTING THE STANDARD

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY

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SAFETY

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CT-8000151

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SETTING THE STANDARD IN

SAFETY... QUALITY... EXCELLENCE... DAYS WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT Copyright 2015 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

FIRST

THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME INJURY BE ALERT... ACCIDENTS HURT

CT-8000153

We have proudly worked SAFETY QUALITY EXCELLENCE

days with no lost-time accidents

DAYS WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT

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THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT THE BEST PREVIOUS RECORD WAS DAYS DO YOUR PART! HELP MAKE A NEW RECORD

ON THE JOB

CT-8000458

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

REORDER NO. 8000458

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CT-8000459

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 41

PROJECTION SIGNS Projection™ Signs

When you need identification, location, and direction, projection signs can be seen from various angles for extra visibility. Hang signs along hallways, stairways, corridors, and doorways. Projection™ Signs are .10" thick high-impact plastic with images on the two panels that are protected by an over-laminate. Flanged edges have pre-drilled mounting holes. Wall mount with screws or self-adhesive foam tape (both included). Available in two styles: • 3D signs, projecting 45° from the wall, provide optimum viewing from the front and sides, 6" x 8½" x 4" (6" x 5" panel) • 90D signs, projecting 90° from the wall, are viewed from either side, 8" x 8" x 1½" (8" x 8" panel) 3D SIGNS 6" x 5" Panel Size Description

3D

90D SIGNS 8" x 8" Panel Size Price

Description

Price

Standard

10–24 $14.20 ea. 5–9 $14.49 ea. 1–4 $14.64 ea.

Standard

10–24 $15.35 ea. 5–9 $15.66 ea. 1–4 $15.82 ea.

Glow

10–24 $19.32 ea. 5–9 $19.71 ea. 1–4 $19.91 ea.

Glow

10–24 $20.91 ea. 5–9 $21.33 ea. 1–4 $21.55 ea.

90D

= Best Seller

3D CT-47719 90D CT-47722

3D CT-47730 90D CT-47737

3D CT-47725 90D CT-47732

3D GLOW CT-47763 90D GLOW CT-47767

3D CT-47731 90D CT-47739

3D CT-47743 90D CT-47756

3D CT-47741 90D CT-47753

3D GLOW CT-47764 90D GLOW CT-47768

3D CT-47744 90D CT-47755

3D CT-47750 90D CT-47758

3D CT-47740 90D CT-47752

3D CT-47742 90D CT-47754

3D GLOW CT-47766 90D GLOW CT-47769

3D CT-47721 90D CT-47724

3D CT-47720 90D CT-47723

3D GLOW CT-47728 90D GLOW CT-47735

3D GLOW CT-47727 90D GLOW CT-47734

3D CT-47746 90D CT-47759

3D CT-47747 90D CT-47760

3D CT-47751 90D CT-47762

3D CT-47749 90D CT-47761

SDS SIGN 8" x 12" Panel Size Standard 3D

Standard 90D

10–24 $19.62 ea. 10–24 $15.35 ea. 5–9 $20.02 ea. 5–9 $15.66 ea. 1–4 $20.22 ea. 1–4 $15.82 ea. 3D CT-47745 90D CT-47757

800–327–6868

3D GLOW CT-47726 90D GLOW CT-47733

3D CT-47729 90D CT-47736

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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FLOOR STENCILS Floor Marking Stencils

Mark your plant and facility legibly and consistently with easily recognizable symbols and messages. Stencils provide the means to paint a message and symbol over and over again on floors and walls. Made of polyethylene plastic to withstand rough handling and repeated use, and easy to clean. CT-47711

CT-47712

CT-47714

CT-47713

CT-47715

CT-47718

CT-47716

Size

Price

24" W x 24" L

10–24 $70.54 ea. 5–9 $71.98 ea. 1–4 $72.71 ea.

Floor Signs

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CT-47717

FOLD-UPS Fold-Ups

CT-47877

CT-47869

CT-47871

CT-47878

CT-47868

These free-standing signs allow you to identify temporary hazardous conditions or display messages quickly and easily. Rugged plastic makes them ideal for multiple uses and rough handling. Designed for indoor use only. Signs include cut-out for ease of carrying and fold flat for transport and storage. Both sides have the same message.

CT-47874

Description

Price

⁄8" high-impact plastic, 12" W x 20" L

10–24 $38.23 ea. 5–9 $39.01 ea. 1–4 $39.40 ea.

1

CT-47880

CT-47879

CT-47872

CT-47873

CT-47870

CT-47876

CT-47875

BANNERS Safety Banners

CT-47777

CT-47779

CT-47778

CT-47775

Promote safety and quality in a big way. These banners are great motivational tools for your employees. Convey your company’s commitment to safety and quality as a priority in and around your facility. They help to enhance the launch, support and spread of an existing safety message or quality program. Ideal for long life indoors and durable for outdoors. • Reinforced flexible • Poly sheeting • Stitched hems • Metal grommets Size 28" W x 8' L

CT-47782

CT-47783

CT-47780

CT-47781

JJKeller.com

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

Price 10–24 $87.04 ea. 5–9 $88.81 ea. 1–4 $89.71 ea.

CT-47776

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 43

Retractable Belt Tape Barriers

Set out or mount belt tape barriers anywhere indoors. Connect the belt tape in any combination of stanchion posts and wall mounts (available at JJKeller.com) to create and control the flow of people. Durable woven polyester belt tape is wound in a self-tension, spring-loaded head unit. The 2" wide belt tape extends up to 8 feet – straight tension, without sag or slack. The belt tape retracts smoothly back into the head unit for storage. A safety mechanism in the spring-tension reduces the whip-action of the belt braking, in case of accidental release. Post Color Brushed Steel

Black

Yellow

Belt Color

Product Code

Black

CT-47811

Yellow

CT-47813

Red

CT-47812

Black

CT-47814

Yellow

CT-47816

Red

CT-47815

Black

CT-47817

Yellow

CT-47818

Red

CT-47819

Price

10–24 $109.49 ea. 5–9 $111.72 ea. 1–4 $112.85 ea.

Sign Posts and Hardware

Product

Everything you need to mount your sign. • Posts available in 2 sizes (6-ft. or 8-ft.) and 2 colors (green or galvanized) • Heavy Weight - 2.00-lb./ft.

6 ft. post 8 ft. post Hardware set

Description

Product Code

Price

Green

CT-47707

$23.43

Galvanized

CT-47708

$29.87

Green

CT-47709

$47.99

Galvanized

CT-47710

$59.51

2 nuts, 2 bolts, and 4 washers

CT-47706

$3.03

Stanchion Post Plastic Chain

• Lightweight, yet remarkably strong, polyethylene plastic • Each link is 2" x 1" x ¼" • Chain can be cut to your required length (maximum continuous length is 500 feet) Description

Product Code

Red

CT-47805

Yellow

CT-47803

Black

CT-47804

White

CT-47802

Price Per Foot 10–24 88¢ ea. 5–9 90¢ ea. 1–4 91¢ ea. 10–24 $1.05 ea. 5–9 $1.07 ea. 1–4 $1.08 ea.

Blockade Stanchion Post

Uniquely designed stanchions can be used for crowd control, to designate aisleways, or cordon off hazardous or restricted areas. High-density polyethylene stanchion has industrial design ideal for the plant or facility. Set out several posts with chain (sold above) to establish boundaries. Posts include C-hooks for hanging chain. Post stands 38" H with a sturdy 16" W, low-profile compartmental base which can be filled with gravel, sand or filled water bottles. Base also comes with pre-drilled holes to secure to the floor if desired. The 3" diameter post and base snap together for a secure, positive lock rather than the standard press-fit design. Snap lock ensures the post will not pull out from the base when lifted and moved. Unit breaks down and stacks for compact storage. Product Code CT-47797

Price 10–24 $34.36 ea. 5–9 $35.07 ea. 1–4 $35.42 ea.

800–327–6868

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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44 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION

Warn drivers about hazards and traffic changes they will encounter on roadways or in parking areas.

PARKING AREA/TRAFFIC CONTROL RESERVED PARKING

VAN

VAN ACCESSIBLE Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

Speed Limit 5 12" x 18" CT-47676 (HIP) 12" x 18" CT-47677 (EG) 18" x 24" CT-47674 (HIP) 18" x 24" CT-47675 (EG)

PARKING ONLY

ACCESSIBLE

51454

Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

51437

Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

Copyright 2017 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. • JJKeller.com • (800) 327-6868 • Printed in the USA

51436

51455

12" x 18" CT-47664 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-51454 (J. J. Keller HIP)

12" x 6" CT-51437 (J. J. Keller HIP)

12" x 18" CT-51455 (J. J. Keller HIP)

12" x 18" CT-51436 (J. J. Keller HIP)

12" x 18" CT-47664 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-48402 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-47660 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-47663 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-47665 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-47662 (EG)

12" x 18" CT-47661 (EG)

18" x 24" CT-47672 (HIP)

Speed Limit 10 12" x 18" CT-47678 (HIP) 12" x 18" CT-47679 (EG) 18" x 24" CT-47680 (HIP) 18" x 24" CT-47681 (EG) Speed Limit 15 12" x 18" CT-47683 (EG) 18" x 24" CT-47684 (HIP) 18" x 24" CT-47685 (EG)

18" x 24" CT-47673 (EG)

Speed Limit 20 12" x 18" CT-47686 (HIP) 12" x 18" CT-47687 (EG) 18" x 24" CT-47688 (HIP) 18" x 24" CT-47689 (EG) Speed Limit 25 12" x 18" CT-47690 (HIP) 12" x 18" CT-47691 (EG) 18" x 24" CT-47692 (HIP) 18" x 24" CT-47693 )EG) 18" x 18" CT-47667 (EG) 18" x 18" CT-47666 (HIP) 24" x 24" CT-47669 (EG) 24" x 24" CT-47668 (HIP) 30" x 30" CT-47671 (EG) 30" x 30" CT-47670 (HIP)

24" x 24" CT-47697 (EG)

24" x 24" CT-47700 (HIP) 24" x 24" CT-47701 (EG)

Size

Accuform Engineer-Grade Prismatic Aluminum (EG)

Accuform High-Intensity Prismatic Aluminum (HIP)

12" x 6"

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———

24" x 24" CT-47698 (HIP) 24" x 24" CT-47699 (EG) J. J. Keller High-Intensity Prismatic Reflective White Aluminum (J. J. Keller HIP) 10–24 $26.68 ea. 5–9 $27.22 ea. 1–4 $27.48 ea.

10–24 $36.80 ea. 12" x 18" 5–9 $37.55 ea. 1–4 $37.93 ea.

10–24 $44.77 ea. 5–9 $45.69 ea. 1–4 $46.15 ea.

10–24 $47.01 ea. 5–9 $47.97 ea. 1–4 $48.46 ea.

10–24 $55.23 ea. 18" x 18" 5–9 $56.36 ea. 1–4 $56.93 ea.

10–24 $67.14 ea. 5–9 $68.51 ea. 1–4 $69.20 ea.

———

10–24 $73.54 ea. 18" x 24" 5–9 $75.04 ea. 1–4 $75.80 ea.

10–24 $89.44 ea. 5–9 $91.27 ea. 1–4 $92.19 ea.

———

10–24 $97.94 ea. 24" x 24" 5–9 $99.94 ea. 1–4 $100.95 ea.

10–24 $119.11 ea. 5–9 $121.54 ea. 1–4 $122.77 ea.

———

10–24 $121.93 ea. 30" x 30" 5–9 $124.42 ea. 1–4 $125.68 ea.

10–24 $148.29 ea. 5–9 $151.31 ea. 1–4 $152.84 ea.

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Higher quantity breaks and additional materials available online. Material descriptions are on page 19.

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Blank With OSHA Header

A B C D

CT-47558 CT-47559 CT-47560 CT-47561

A B C D

CT-47610 CT-47611 CT-47612 CT-47613

A B C D

Popular Standard Tags

Back is identical to front.

CT-47562 CT-47563 CT-47564 CT-47565

A B C D

CT-47606 CT-47607 CT-47608 CT-47609

A B C D

CT-47542 CT-47543 CT-47544 CT-47545

A B C D

SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 45 Tags come with standard back shown.

CT-47554 CT-47555 CT-47556 CT-47557

A B C D

CT-47546 CT-47547 CT-47548 CT-47549

A B C D

CT-47550 CT-47551 CT-47552 CT-47553

Standard Back

Equipment Status Tags

Front A B C D

Back

Back

Front

CT-47570 CT-47571 CT-47572 CT-47573

A B C D

Back

Front

CT-47634 CT-47635 CT-47636 CT-47637

A B C D

Front

CT-47638 CT-47639 CT-47640 CT-47641

A B C D

Back

Front

CT-47626 CT-47627 CT-47628 CT-47629

A B C D

Back

CT-50328 CT-50329 CT-50330 CT-50331

A B C D

Scaffold Tags

Front A B C D

A B C D

Front

CT-47642 CT-47643 CT-47644 CT-47645

CT-50553 CT-50554 CT-50555 CT-50556

A B C D

Back

Back

Front

CT-47646 CT-47647 CT-47648 CT-47649

A B C D

CT-47654 CT-47655 CT-47656 CT-47657

Front A B C D

Back

Cylinder Tags

CT-50557 CT-50558 CT-50559 CT-50560

A B C D

CT-50561 CT-50562 CT-50563 CT-50564

A B C D

Front

CT-47650 CT-47651 CT-47652 CT-47653

CT-47578 CT-47579 CT-47580 CT-47581

CT-50565 CT-50566 CT-50567 CT-50568

Standard Back Front A B C D

Back is identical to front.

A B C D

800–327–6868

CT-47582 CT-47583 CT-47584 CT-47585

A B C D

CT-47566 CT-47567 CT-47568 CT-47569

Back

A B C D

Back

Front A B C D

E CT-13987

A

A B C D

CT-47630 CT-47631 CT-47632 CT-47633

CT-47574 CT-47575 CT-47576 CT-47577

Back

Front

CT-47614 CT-47615 CT-47616 CT-47617

A B C D

CT-47618 CT-47619 CT-47620 CT-47621

Inspection and Service Record Tags

Tags come with standard back shown.

A B C D

Back

Front

Barricade Tags

Back

Ladder Tags

Back

Front

Back

CT-47638 CT-47639 CT-47640 CT-47641

B

Quantity

Cardstock, Pack of 5

Cardstock, Pack of 25

10-24

$3.25

5-9

$3.32 $3.35

1-4

Front

Back

E CT-13984

C

D

Back

Front

E CT-13982

E

Plastic, Pack of 5

Plastic, Pack of 25

Plastic, Quantity Multiples of 10

$14.49

$9.05

$39.32

100-240

$2.04 ea.

$14.78

$9.24

$40.12

50-90

$2.13 ea.

$14.93

$9.33

$40.53

10-40

$2.23 ea.

Additional quantity breaks available online. Material descriptions are on page 19. Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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46 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION

Easily help your workers and emergency responders identify pipe contents and flow direction to reduce the chance of error or accident.

PIPE MARKERS Pipe markers that follow the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) A13.1-2015 are intended to standardize the identification of pipe contents, hazards, and direction of flow. SELF-STICK VINYL PIPE MARKERS

Self-Stick Vinyl Pipe Markers

• Designed for smooth, clean pipe surfaces

• O verlaminated with UV resistant polyester film to withstand dust, dirt and grease

• High-tack acrylic adhesive back and peel-off liner • Includes detachable arrow for proper directional flow marking

RECOMMENDED FOR:

.0050"

• Identifying pipe contents, hazards, and direction of flow

Snap Tite™ Pipe Markers

• Designed for less-than-perfect pipe surfaces (dirty, greasy, or rough)

• Unique, pre-coiled, snap around 360˚ design provides a snug fit • Heavy-gauge plastic is lightweight, yet durable to withstand tough industrial environments • Easy to remove and reapply

• Identifying pipe contents, hazards, and direction of flow

COLOR CODES identify the characteristic hazards of the contents of the piping system. WHITE ON RED

Fire quenching

BLACK ON ORANGE

Toxic or corrosive

BLACK ON YELLOW

Flammable or oxidizing

WHITE ON BROWN

Combustible

WHITE ON GREEN

Water (potable, cooling, boiler, or other)

WHITE ON BLUE

Compressed Air

to LEGENDSAdjacent identify changes in pipe contents direction (use the full name of the material or an abbreviation). LEGEND

ARROWS indicate the directional flow of the contents.

OTHER INDICATORS WALL

RECOMMENDED FOR:

.0200"

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

LEGEND

SNAP TITE™ PIPE MARKERS

PIPE MARKERS

(e.g., temperature or pressure) add LEGEND LEGEND further hazard information as needed. At both sides of floor or wall penetrations

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension

Marker Size

Letter Height

Price

Self Stick Pipe Markers 1" x 8"

10-24 $1.91 ea. 5-9 $1.95 ea. 1-4 $1.97 ea. 10-24 $2.02 ea. 5-9 $2.06 ea. 1-4 $2.08 ea.

1½" to 2"

1½" x 8"

¾"

2½" to 6"

2½" x 12"

1¼"

Adjacent to all valves and flanges

Snap Tite Pipe Markers ™

½"

10-24 $4.50 ea. 5-9 $4.59 ea. 1-4 $4.64 ea.

1½" to 2"

9" x 8"

¾"

10-24 $5.95 ea. 5-9 $6.07 ea. 1-4 $6.13 ea.

1¼"

10-24 $11.05 ea. 5-9 $11.28 ea. 1-4 $11.39 ea.

2¼" to 3"

14" x 12"

Call or go online for higher price breaks.

LEGEND LEGEND

LEGEND

LEGEND LEGEND

At both sides of floor or wall penetrations At both sides of floor or wall penetrations LEGEND

LEGEND

JJKeller.com

LEGEND

LEGEND LEGEND At both sides of floor or wall penetrations LEGEND LEGENDruns Every 25 to 60 intervals on straight Every 25 to 60 intervals on straight runs

Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

WALL

6" x 8"

LEGEND

WALL WALL

¾" to 1¼"

Adjacent to changes in direction

LEGEND LEGEND

10-24 $2.45 ea. 5-9 $2.50 ea. 1-4 $2.53 ea.

Adjacent to changes in Adjacent to LEGEND direction changes in direction

LEGEND

LEGEND

½"

ASME A13.1-2015 recommends that pipe markers be applied at LEGEND intervals “sufficient for identification.” Markings should be LEGEND placed where pipes bend, divide, or pass through surfaces, Every 25 to 60 intervals on straight runs as well as near flanges/valves. LEGEND LEGEND

¾" to 1¼"

INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS

LEGEND LEGEND

Adjacent to all

LEGEND

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Every 25LEGEND to 60 intervals on straight runs LEGEND


SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 47 SELF-STICK

Legend

SNAP TITE™

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension ⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄2" to 6"

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

SELF-STICK

Legend 21⁄4" to 3"

SNAP TITE™

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension ⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄2" to 6"

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄4" to 3"

ACETONE

CT-52472 CT-52473 CT-52474 CT-52501 CT-52502 CT-52503

COMPRESSED AIR

CT-53002 CT-53003 CT-53004 CT-53006 CT-53007 CT-53008

ACETYLENE GAS

CT-52504 CT-52505 CT-52506 CT-52508 CT-52509 CT-52510

COMPRESSED AIR

CT-53009 CT-53010 CT-53011 CT-53013 CT-53014 CT-53015

ACETYLENE GAS

CT-52511 CT-52512 CT-52513 CT-52515 CT-52516 CT-52517

COMPRESSED AIR

CT-53016 CT-53017 CT-53018 CT-53020 CT-53021 CT-53022

ACID

CT-52518 CT-52519 CT-52520 CT-52522 CT-52523 CT-52524

CONDENSATE

CT-53023 CT-53024 CT-53025 CT-53027 CT-53028 CT-53029 CT-53030 CT-53031 CT-53032 CT-53034 CT-53035 CT-53036

ACID

CT-52525 CT-52526 CT-52527 CT-52529 CT-52530 CT-52531

CONDENSATE

ACID VENT

CT-52532 CT-52533 CT-52534 CT-52536 CT-52537 CT-52538

CONDENSATE DRAIN

CT-53037 CT-53038 CT-53039 CT-53041 CT-53042 CT-53043

ACID VENT

CT-52539 CT-52540 CT-52541 CT-52543 CT-52544 CT-52545

CONDENSATE DRAIN

CT-53044 CT-53045 CT-53046 CT-53048 CT-53049 CT-53050

ACID WASTE

CT-52546 CT-52547 CT-52548 CT-52550 CT-52561 CT-52562

CONDENSATE PUMP DISCHARGE

CT-53051 CT-53052 CT-53053 CT-53055 CT-53056 CT-53057

ACID WASTE

CT-52563 CT-52564 CT-52565 CT-52567 CT-52568 CT-52569

CONDENSATE PUMP DISCHARGE

CT-53058 CT-53059 CT-53060 CT-53062 CT-53063 CT-53064

AIR

CT-52570 CT-52571 CT-52572 CT-52574 CT-52575 CT-52576

CONDENSATE RETURN

CT-53065 CT-53066 CT-53067 CT-53069 CT-53070 CT-53071

AIR

CT-52577 CT-52578 CT-52579 CT-52581 CT-52582 CT-52583

CONDENSATE SUPPLY

CT-53072 CT-53073 CT-53074 CT-53076 CT-53077 CT-53078

AIR

CT-52584 CT-52585 CT-52586 CT-52588 CT-52589 CT-52590

CONDENSER WATER

CT-53079 CT-53080 CT-53081 CT-53083 CT-53084 CT-53085

CT-52594 CT-52595 CT-52597 CT-52598 CT-52599

CONDENSER WATER RETURN

CT-53086 CT-53087 CT-53089 CT-53095 CT-53096 CT-53097

AIR SUPPLY

CT-52600 CT-52601 CT-52602 CT-52604 CT-52605 CT-52606

CONDENSER WATER SUPPLY

CT-53098 CT-53099 CT-53100 CT-53102 CT-53103 CT-53104

ALCOHOL

CT-52607 CT-52608 CT-52609 CT-52611 CT-52612 CT-52613

COOLING WATER

CT-53105 CT-53106 CT-53107 CT-53109 CT-53110 CT-53111

ALUM

CT-52614 CT-52615 CT-52616 CT-52618 CT-52619 CT-52620

COOLING WATER RETURN

CT-53112 CT-53113 CT-53114 CT-53116 CT-53117 CT-53118

ALUM

CT-52621 CT-52622 CT-52623 CT-52625 CT-52626 CT-52627

COOLING WATER SUPPLY

CT-53119 CT-53120 CT-53121 CT-53123 CT-53124 CT-53125

AIR RETURN

AMMONIA

CT-52628 CT-52629 CT-52630 CT-52632 CT-52633 CT-52634

DEIONIZED WATER

CT-53126 CT-53127 CT-53128 CT-53130 CT-53131 CT-53132

AMMONIA

CT-52635 CT-52636 CT-52637 CT-52643 CT-52644 CT-52646

DEIONIZED WATER SUPPLY

CT-53133 CT-53134 CT-53135 CT-53137 CT-53138 CT-53139

ARGON

CT-52648 CT-52649 CT-52651 CT-52653 CT-52654 CT-52656

DIESEL FUEL

CT-53140 CT-53141 CT-53142 CT-53144 CT-53145 CT-53146

ARGON

CT-52657 CT-52658 CT-52659 CT-52662 CT-52663 CT-52664

DIESEL OIL

CT-53147 CT-53148 CT-53149 CT-53151 CT-53152 CT-53153

ARGON

CT-52665 CT-52666 CT-52667 CT-52669 CT-52670 CT-52671

DIESEL WASTE OIL

CT-53154 CT-53155 CT-53156 CT-53158 CT-53159 CT-53160

ARGON

CT-52672 CT-52673 CT-52674 CT-52678 CT-52679 CT-52680

DEISEL WASTE OIL

CT-53161 CT-53162 CT-53163 CT-53165 CT-53166 CT-53167

ASBESTOS FREE

CT-52681 CT-52683 CT-52684 CT-52686 CT-52687 CT-52688

DISCHARGE

CT-53168 CT-53169 CT-53170 CT-53172 CT-53173 CT-53174

ASBESTOS FREE INSULATION

CT-52689 CT-52690 CT-52691 CT-52693 CT-52694 CT-52695

DISTILLED WATER

CT-53175 CT-53176 CT-53177 CT-53179 CT-53180 CT-53181

ASBESTOS INSULATION

CT-52696 CT-52697 CT-52698 CT-52709 CT-52711 CT-52713

DOMESTIC

CT-53182 CT-53183 CT-53184 CT-53186 CT-53187 CT-53188 CT-53189 CT-53190 CT-53191 CT-53193 CT-53194 CT-53195

BACKWASH

CT-52714 CT-52715 CT-52716 CT-52718 CT-52719 CT-52720

DOMESTIC COLD WATER

BLOWER AIR

CT-52721 CT-52729 CT-52730 CT-52732 CT-52733 CT-52734

DOMESTIC COLD WATER RETURN

CT-53196 CT-53197 CT-53198 CT-52966 CT-52967 CT-52968

BOILER BLOW DOWN

CT-52735 CT-52736 CT-52737 CT-52740 CT-52741 CT-52742

DOMESTIC COLD WATER SUPPLY

CT-52969 CT-52970 CT-53201 CT-53203 CT-53204 CT-53205

BOILER BLOW DOWN

CT-52743 CT-52744 CT-52745 CT-52747 CT-52749 CT-52750

DOMESTIC HOT WATER

CT-53206 CT-53207 CT-53208 CT-53211 CT-53212 CT-53213

BOILER DRAIN

CT-52751 CT-52752 CT-52753 CT-52755 CT-52756 CT-52757

DOMESTIC HOT WATER

CT-53214 CT-53215 CT-53216 CT-53218 CT-53219 CT-53220

BOILER DRAIN

CT-52758 CT-52759 CT-52760 CT-52763 CT-52764 CT-52765

DOMESTIC HOT WATER RECIRCULATION CT-53221 CT-53222 CT-53223 CT-53225 CT-53227 CT-53228

BOILER FEED

CT-52766 CT-52767 CT-52769 CT-52772 CT-52773 CT-52775

DOMESTIC HOT WATER RECIRCULATION CT-53230 CT-53231 CT-53232 CT-53241 CT-53242 CT-53243

BOILER FEED

CT-52776 CT-52777 CT-52778 CT-52780 CT-52782 CT-52783

DOMESTIC HOT WATER RETURN

CT-53237 CT-53238 CT-53239 CT-53248 CT-53249 CT-53250

BOILER FEED WATER

CT-52784 CT-52785 CT-52786 CT-52788 CT-52789 CT-52790

DOMESTIC HOT WATER RETURN

CT-53244 CT-53245 CT-53246 CT-53255 CT-53256 CT-53257

BOILER FEED WATER

CT-52791 CT-52792 CT-52793 CT-52795 CT-52796 CT-52797

DOMESTIC HOT WATER SUPPLY

CT-53251 CT-53252 CT-53253 CT-53262 CT-53263 CT-53264

BREATHING AIR

CT-52798 CT-52799 CT-52800 CT-52802 CT-52803 CT-52804

DOMESTIC HOT WATER SUPPLY

CT-53258 CT-53259 CT-53260 CT-53269 CT-53270 CT-53271

BRINE

CT-52499 CT-52500 CT-52811 CT-52813 CT-52814 CT-52815

DRAIN

CT-53265 CT-53266 CT-53267 CT-53276 CT-53277 CT-53278

BRINE

CT-52816 CT-52817 CT-52818 CT-52820 CT-52821 CT-52822

DRAIN

CT-53272 CT-53273 CT-53274 CT-53283 CT-53284 CT-53285

CARBON DIOXIDE

CT-52823 CT-52824 CT-52825 CT-52827 CT-52828 CT-52829

DRAIN WATER

CT-53279 CT-53280 CT-53281 CT-53290 CT-53291 CT-53292

CARBON DIOXIDE

CT-52830 CT-52831 CT-52832 CT-52834 CT-52835 CT-52836

DRINKING WATER

CT-53286 CT-53287 CT-53288 CT-53297 CT-53298 CT-53299

CAUSTIC

CT-52837 CT-52838 CT-52839 CT-52841 CT-52842 CT-52843

EFFLUENT

CT-53293 CT-53294 CT-53295 CT-53305 CT-53306 CT-53307

CAUSTIC

CT-52844 CT-52845 CT-52846 CT-52848 CT-52849 CT-52850

ELECTRIC TRACED

CT-53301 CT-53302 CT-53303 CT-53312 CT-53313 CT-53314

CAUSTIC SODA

CT-52856 CT-52555 CT-52556 CT-52558 CT-52559 CT-52560

ELECTRIC TRACED

CT-53308 CT-53309 CT-53310 CT-53319 CT-53320 CT-53321

CAUSTIC SODA

CT-52861 CT-52862 CT-52863 CT-52865 CT-52866 CT-52867

EXHAUST

CT-53315 CT-53316 CT-53317 CT-53326 CT-53327 CT-53328

CHEMICAL

CT-52868 CT-52869 CT-52870 CT-52872 CT-52873 CT-52874

EXHAUST PIPE

CT-53322 CT-53323 CT-53324 CT-53334 CT-53335 CT-53336

CHEMICAL

CT-52875 CT-52876 CT-52877 CT-52879 CT-52880 CT-52881

EXHAUST AIR

CT-53199 CT-53200 CT-53341 CT-53343 CT-53344 CT-53345

CHEMICAL FEED

CT-52882 CT-52883 CT-52884 CT-52886 CT-52887 CT-52888

FEED

CT-53346 CT-53347 CT-53348 CT-53350 CT-53351 CT-53352

CHEMICAL FEED

CT-52889 CT-52890 CT-52891 CT-52893 CT-52894 CT-52895

FEED

CT-53353 CT-53354 CT-53355 CT-53357 CT-53358 CT-53359

CHILLED WATER

CT-52896 CT-52897 CT-52898 CT-52900 CT-52901 CT-52902

FILTERED WATER

CT-53360 CT-53361 CT-53362 CT-53364 CT-53365 CT-53366

CHILLED WATER RETURN

CT-52903 CT-52904 CT-52905 CT-52907 CT-52908 CT-52909

FILTRATE

CT-53367 CT-53368 CT-53369 CT-53371 CT-53372 CT-53373

CHILLED WATER SUPPLY

CT-52910 CT-52911 CT-52912 CT-52914 CT-52915 CT-52916

FIRE AUTO SPRINKLER

CT-53374 CT-53375 CT-53376 CT-53378 CT-53379 CT-53380

CHLORINE

CT-52917 CT-52918 CT-52919 CT-52921 CT-52922 CT-52923

FIRE SPRINKLER

CT-53381 CT-53382 CT-53383 CT-53385 CT-53386 CT-53387

CHLORINE

CT-52924 CT-52925 CT-52926 CT-52928 CT-52929 CT-52930

FIRE WATER SYSTEM

CT-53388 CT-53389 CT-53390 CT-53338 CT-53339 CT-53340

CIRCULATING WATER

CT-52931 CT-52932 CT-52933 CT-52935 CT-52936 CT-52937

FREON

CT-53391 CT-53392 CT-53393 CT-53395 CT-53396 CT-53397

CITY GAS

CT-52938 CT-52939 CT-52940 CT-52942 CT-52943 CT-52944

FREON

CT-53398 CT-53399 CT-53400 CT-53402 CT-53403 CT-53404

CITY GAS

CT-52945 CT-52946 CT-52947 CT-52949 CT-52950 CT-52951

FRESH WATER

CT-53405 CT-53406 CT-53407 CT-53409 CT-53410 CT-53411

CITY WATER

CT-52952 CT-52953 CT-52954 CT-52956 CT-52957 CT-52958

FUEL GAS

CT-53413 CT-53414 CT-53415 CT-53417 CT-53418 CT-53419

COLD SUPPLY

CT-52959 CT-52960 CT-52961 CT-52971 CT-52972 CT-52973

FUEL GAS

CT-53420 CT-53421 CT-53422 CT-53424 CT-53425 CT-53426

COLD WATER

CT-52974 CT-52975 CT-52976 CT-52978 CT-52979 CT-52980

FUEL OIL

CT-53427 CT-53428 CT-53429 CT-53431 CT-53432 CT-53433

COLD WATER DRAIN

CT-52981 CT-52982 CT-52983 CT-52985 CT-52986 CT-52987

FUEL OIL RETURN

CT-53434 CT-53435 CT-53436 CT-53438 CT-53439 CT-53440

COLD WATER RETURN

CT-52988 CT-52989 CT-52990 CT-52992 CT-52993 CT-52994

FUEL OIL SUPPLY

CT-53441 CT-53442 CT-53443 CT-53445 CT-53446 CT-53447

COLD WATER SUPPLY

CT-52995 CT-52996 CT-52997 CT-52999 CT-53000 CT-53001

FUEL OIL VENT

CT-52857 CT-52858 CT-53859 CT-53451 CT-53452 CT-53453

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48 SAFETY IDENTIFICATION SELF-STICK

Legend

SNAP TITE™

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄2" to 6"

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

SELF-STICK

Legend

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension 21⁄4" to 3"

SNAP TITE™

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension ⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄2" to 6"

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄4" to 3"

CT-53454 CT-53455 CT-53456 CT-53458 CT-53459 CT-53460

LAB WASTE

CT-53922 CT-53923 CT-53924 CT-53927 CT-53928 CT-53929

GAS

CT-53461 CT-53462 CT-53463 CT-53465 CT-53466 CT-53467

LIQUID NITROGEN

CT-53930 CT-53931 CT-53932 CT-53934 CT-53935 CT-53936

GAS

CT-53468 CT-53469 CT-53470 CT-53472 CT-53473 CT-53474

LOW PRESSURE

CT-53937 CT-53938 CT-53939 CT-53941 CT-53942 CT-53943

GASOLINE

CT-53475 CT-53476 CT-53477 CT-53479 CT-53480 CT-53481

LOW PRESSURE AIR

CT-53944 CT-53945 CT-53946 CT-53949 CT-53950 CT-53951

GASOLINE

CT-53482 CT-53483 CT-53484 CT-53486 CT-53487 CT-53488

LOW PRESSURE CONDENSATE

CT-53952 CT-53953 CT-53954 CT-53956 CT-53957 CT-53958

GLYCOL

CT-53489 CT-53490 CT-53491 CT-53493 CT-53494 CT-53495

LOW PRESSURE GAS

CT-53959 CT-53960 CT-53962 CT-53964 CT-53965 CT-53966

GLYCOL

CT-53496 CT-53497 CT-53498 CT-53500 CT-53501 CT-53502

LOW PRESSURE GAS

CT-53967 CT-53968 CT-53969 CT-53971 CT-53972 CT-53973

GLYCOL

CT-53503 CT-53504 CT-53505 CT-53507 CT-53508 CT-53509

LOW PRESSURE NATURAL GAS

CT-53974 CT-53975 CT-53976 CT-53978 CT-53979 CT-53980

GLYCOL RETURN

CT-53510 CT-53511 CT-53512 CT-53514 CT-53515 CT-53516

LOW PRESSURE NATURAL GAS

CT-53981 CT-53982 CT-53983 CT-53985 CT-53986 CT-53987

GLYCOL RETURN

CT-53517 CT-53518 CT-53519 CT-53521 CT-53522 CT-53523

LOW PRESSURE NITROGEN

CT-53988 CT-53989 CT-53990 CT-53992 CT-53993 CT-53994

GLYCOL RETURN

CT-53524 CT-53525 CT-53526 CT-53528 CT-53529 CT-53530

LOW PRESSURE NITROGEN

CT-53693 CT-53694 CT-53695 CT-53697 CT-53698 CT-53699

GLYCOL SUPPLY

CT-53531 CT-53532 CT-53533 CT-53535 CT-53536 CT-53537

LOW PRESSURE STEAM

CT-53700 CT-54011 CT-54012 CT-54014 CT-54015 CT-54016

GLYCOL SUPPLY

CT-53538 CT-53539 CT-53540 CT-53542 CT-53543 CT-53544

LOW PRESSURE WATER

CT-54017 CT-54018 CT-54019 CT-54021 CT-54022 CT-54023

GLYCOL SUPPLY

CT-53545 CT-53546 CT-53547 CT-53549 CT-53550 CT-53551

LUBE OIL

CT-54024 CT-54025 CT-54026 CT-54028 CT-54029 CT-54030

GAS

HEATING

CT-53552 CT-53553 CT-53554 CT-53556 CT-53557 CT-53558

MAKE-UP WATER

CT-54031 CT-54032 CT-54033 CT-54035 CT-54036 CT-54037

HEATING HOT WATER RETURN

CT-53559 CT-53560 CT-53561 CT-53563 CT-53564 CT-53565

MEDICAL AIR

CT-54038 CT-54039 CT-54040 CT-54042 CT-54043 CT-54044

HEATING HOT WATER RETURN

CT-53566 CT-53567 CT-53568 CT-53570 CT-53571 CT-53572

MEDICAL VACUUM

CT-54045 CT-54046 CT-54047 CT-54049 CT-54050 CT-54051

HEATING HOT WATER SUPPLY

CT-53573 CT-53574 CT-53575 CT-53584 CT-53585 CT-53586

MEDIUM PRESSURE CONDENSATE

CT-54052 CT-54053 CT-54054 CT-54056 CT-54057 CT-54058

HEATING HOT WATER SUPPLY

CT-53580 CT-53581 CT-53582 CT-53591 CT-53592 CT-53593

MEDIUM PRESSURE STEAM

CT-54059 CT-54060 CT-54061 CT-54063 CT-54064 CT-54065

HEATING RETURN

CT-53587 CT-53588 CT-53589 CT-53607 CT-53608 CT-53609

MED-PRESSURE STEAM

CT-54066 CT-54067 CT-54068 CT-54070 CT-54071 CT-54072

HEATING SUPPLY

CT-53603 CT-53604 CT-53605 CT-53614 CT-53615 CT-53616

MILL AIR

CT-54073 CT-54074 CT-54075 CT-54077 CT-54078 CT-54079

HEATING WATER RETURN

CT-53610 CT-53611 CT-53612 CT-53621 CT-53622 CT-53623

MILL WATER

CT-54080 CT-54081 CT-54082 CT-54084 CT-54085 CT-54086

HEATING WATER SUPPLY

CT-53617 CT-53618 CT-53619 CT-53628 CT-53629 CT-53630

MIXED GAS

CT-54087 CT-54088 CT-54089 CT-54091 CT-54092 CT-54093

HEATING WATER SUPPLY

CT-53624 CT-53625 CT-53626 CT-53635 CT-53636 CT-53637

NATURAL GAS

CT-54094 CT-53594 CT-53596 CT-53598 CT-53599 CT-53600

HIGH PRESSURE AIR

CT-53631 CT-53632 CT-53633 CT-53641 CT-53642 CT-53643

NATURAL GAS

CT-54101 CT-54102 CT-54103 CT-54105 CT-54106 CT-54107

HIGH PRESSURE AIR

CT-53638 CT-53639 CT-53449 CT-53648 CT-53649 CT-53650

NITRIC ACID

CT-54108 CT-54109 CT-54110 CT-54112 CT-54113 CT-54114

HIGH PRESSURE CONDENSATE

CT-53644 CT-53645 CT-53646 CT-53655 CT-53656 CT-53657

NITRIC ACID

CT-54115 CT-54116 CT-54117 CT-54119 CT-54120 CT-54121

HIGH PRESSURE GAS

CT-53651 CT-53652 CT-53653 CT-53662 CT-53663 CT-53664

NITROGEN

CT-54122 CT-54123 CT-54124 CT-54126 CT-54127 CT-54128

HIGH PRESSURE GAS

CT-53658 CT-53659 CT-53660 CT-53669 CT-53670 CT-53671

NITROGEN

CT-54129 CT-54130 CT-54131 CT-54133 CT-54134 CT-54135

HIGH PRESSURE HOT WATER

CT-53665 CT-53666 CT-53667 CT-53676 CT-53677 CT-53678

NITROUS OXIDE

CT-54136 CT-54137 CT-54138 CT-54140 CT-54141 CT-54142

HIGH PRESSURE NITROGEN

CT-53679 CT-53680 CT-53681 CT-53683 CT-53684 CT-53685

NITROUS OXIDE

CT-54143 CT-54144 CT-54145 CT-54147 CT-54148 CT-54149

HIGH PRESSURE STEAM

CT-53686 CT-53687 CT-53688 CT-53690 CT-53691 CT-53692

NITROUS OXIDE

CT-54150 CT-54151 CT-54152 CT-54154 CT-54155 CT-54156

HIGH PRESSURE WATER

CT-53640 CT-53701 CT-53702 CT-53704 CT-53705 CT-53706

NON-POTABLE WATER

CT-54157 CT-54158 CT-54159 CT-54161 CT-54162 CT-54163

HIGH PRESSURE WATER

CT-53707 CT-53708 CT-53709 CT-53711 CT-53712 CT-53713

OIL

CT-54164 CT-54165 CT-54166 CT-54168 CT-54169 CT-54170

HIGH PRESSURE NATURAL GAS

CT-53714 CT-53715 CT-53716 CT-53718 CT-53719 CT-53720

OIL SUPPLY

CT-54171 CT-54172 CT-54173 CT-54175 CT-54176 CT-54177

HOT

CT-53721 CT-53722 CT-53723 CT-53725 CT-53726 CT-53727

OUTSIDE AIR

CT-54178 CT-54179 CT-54180 CT-54182 CT-54183 CT-54184

HOT WATER

CT-53728 CT-53729 CT-53730 CT-53732 CT-53733 CT-53734

OVERFLOW

CT-54185 CT-54186 CT-54187 CT-54189 CT-54190 CT-54191

HOT WATER

CT-53735 CT-53736 CT-53737 CT-53739 CT-53740 CT-53741

OXYGEN

CT-54192 CT-54193 CT-54194 CT-54196 CT-54006 CT-54007

HOT WATER RETURN

CT-53742 CT-53743 CT-53744 CT-53746 CT-53747 CT-53748

OXYGEN

CT-54008 CT-54009 CT-54010 CT-54202 CT-54203 CT-54204

HOT WATER RETURN

CT-53749 CT-53750 CT-53751 CT-53753 CT-53754 CT-53755

OXYGEN

CT-54205 CT-54206 CT-54207 CT-54209 CT-54210 CT-54211

HOT WATER SUPPLY

CT-53756 CT-53757 CT-53758 CT-53760 CT-53761 CT-53762

OXYGEN

CT-54212 CT-54213 CT-54214 CT-54216 CT-54217 CT-54218

HOT WATER SUPPLY

CT-53763 CT-53764 CT-53765 CT-53767 CT-53768 CT-53769

PEROXIDE

CT-54219 CT-54220 CT-54221 CT-54223 CT-54224 CT-54225

HYDRAULIC FLUID

CT-53770 CT-53771 CT-53772 CT-53774 CT-53775 CT-53776

PEROXIDE

CT-54226 CT-54227 CT-54228 CT-54230 CT-54231 CT-54232

HYDRAULIC FLUID

CT-53777 CT-53778 CT-53779 CT-53781 CT-53782 CT-53783

PLANT AIR

CT-54233 CT-54234 CT-54235 CT-54237 CT-54238 CT-54239

HYDRAULIC LINE

CT-53784 CT-53785 CT-53786 CT-53788 CT-53789 CT-53790

PLANT WATER

CT-54240 CT-54241 CT-54242 CT-54244 CT-54245 CT-54246

HYDRAULIC LINE

CT-53791 CT-53792 CT-53793 CT-53795 CT-53796 CT-53797

PLUMBING VENT

CT-54247 CT-54248 CT-54249 CT-54251 CT-54252 CT-54253

HYDRAULIC OIL

CT-53798 CT-53799 CT-53800 CT-53802 CT-53803 CT-53804

POLYMER

CT-54254 CT-54255 CT-54256 CT-54258 CT-54259 CT-54260

HYDRAULIC OIL

CT-53805 CT-53806 CT-53807 CT-53809 CT-53810 CT-53811

POLYMER SOLUTION

CT-54261 CT-54262 CT-54263 CT-54265 CT-54266 CT-54267

HYDRAULIC SUPPLY

CT-53812 CT-53813 CT-53814 CT-53816 CT-53817 CT-53818

POTABLE

CT-54268 CT-54269 CT-54270 CT-54272 CT-54273 CT-54274

HYDROCHLORIC ACID

CT-53819 CT-53820 CT-53821 CT-53823 CT-53824 CT-53825

POTABLE WATER

CT-54275 CT-54276 CT-54277 CT-54279 CT-54280 CT-54281

HYDROCHLORIC ACID

CT-53826 CT-53827 CT-53828 CT-53830 CT-53831 CT-53832

POTABLE WATER

CT-54282 CT-54283 CT-54284 CT-54286 CT-54287 CT-54288

HYDROGEN

CT-53833 CT-53834 CT-53835 CT-53837 CT-53838 CT-53839

PROCESS WATER

CT-54296 CT-54297 CT-54298 CT-54300 CT-54301 CT-54302

HYDROGEN

CT-53840 CT-53841 CT-53842 CT-53844 CT-53845 CT-53846

PROCESS WATER RETURN

CT-54303 CT-54304 CT-54305 CT-54307 CT-50308 CT-54309

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

CT-53847 CT-53848 CT-53849 CT-53851 CT-53852 CT-53853

PROCESS WATER SUPPLY

CT-54310 CT-54311 CT-54312 CT-54314 CT-54315 CT-54316

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

CT-53854 CT-53855 CT-53857 CT-53859 CT-53860 CT-53861

PROPANE GAS

CT-54317 CT-54318 CT-54319 CT-54321 CT-54322 CT-54323

INDUSTRIAL WATER

CT-53862 CT-53863 CT-53864 CT-53866 CT-53867 CT-53868

PROPANE GAS

CT-54324 CT-54325 CT-54326 CT-54328 CT-54329 CT-54330

INERT GAS

CT-53869 CT-53870 CT-53871 CT-53875 CT-53876 CT-53877

PULP

CT-54331 CT-54332 CT-54333 CT-54335 CT-54336 CT-54337

INERT GAS

CT-53878 CT-53879 CT-53880 CT-53882 CT-53883 CT-53884

PUMP

CT-54338 CT-54339 CT-54340 CT-54342 CT-54343 CT-54344

INSTRUMENT AIR

CT-53885 CT-53886 CT-53887 CT-53889 CT-53890 CT-53892

PUMPED CONDENSATE

CT-54345 CT-54346 CT-54347 CT-54349 CT-54350 CT-54351

INSTRUMENT AIR

CT-53893 CT-53894 CT-53895 CT-53897 CT-53898 CT-53899

RAINWATER

CT-54197 CT-54198 CT-54199 CT-54361 CT-54362 CT-54363

KEROSENE

CT-53900 CT-53901 CT-53902 CT-53904 CT-53905 CT-53906

RAINWATER DRAIN

CT-54364 CT-54365 CT-54366 CT-54368 CT-54369 CT-54370

LAB VACUUM

CT-53907 CT-53908 CT-53909 CT-53911 CT-53913 CT-53914

RAW WATER

CT-54371 CT-54372 CT-54373 CT-54375 CT-54376 CT-54377

LAB VENT

CT-53915 CT-53916 CT-53917 CT-53919 CT-53920 CT-53921

REFRIGERANT LIQUID

CT-54378 CT-54379 CT-54380 CT-54382 CT-54383 CT-54384

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SAFETY IDENTIFICATION 49 SELF-STICK

Legend ⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

REFRIGERANT SUCTION

SNAP TITE™

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄2" to 6"

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

SELF-STICK

Legend

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension 21⁄4" to 3"

CT-54385 CT-54386 CT-54387 CT-54389 CT-54390 CT-54391

SNAP TITE™

Fits Pipe Outside Dimension ⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄2" to 6"

⁄4" to 11⁄4"

3

11⁄2" to 2"

21⁄4" to 3"

WATER

CT-54845 CT-54846 CT-54847 CT-54849 CT-54850 CT-54851 CT-54852 CT-54853 CT-54854 CT-54856 CT-54857 CT-54858

REFRIGERATED LIQUID

CT-54392 CT-54393 CT-54394 CT-54396 CT-54397 CT-54398

WELL WATER

REFRIGERATED SUCTION

CT-54399 CT-54400 CT-54401 CT-54403 CT-54404 CT-54405

WHITE LIQUOR

CT-54859 CT-54860 CT-54861 CT-54863 CT-54864 CT-54865

REFRIGERATION

CT-54406 CT-54407 CT-54408 CT-54410 CT-54411 CT-54412

WHITE LIQUOR

CT-54866 CT-54867 CT-54868 CT-54870 CT-54871 CT-54872

RETURN

CT-54413 CT-54414 CT-54415 CT-54417 CT-54418 CT-54419

WHITE LIQUOR

RETURN

CT-54420 CT-54421 CT-54422 CT-54424 CT-54425 CT-54426

CT-54880 CT-54881 CT-54882 CT-54884 CT-54885 CT-54886

RETURN

CT-54427 CT-54428 CT-54429 CT-54431 CT-54432 CT-54433

CT-54887 CT-54888 CT-54889 CT-54891 CT-54892 CT-54893

RETURN

CT-54434 CT-54435 CT-54436 CT-54438 CT-54439 CT-54440

CT-54894 CT-54895 CT-54896 CT-54898 CT-54899 CT-54900

ROOF DRAIN

CT-54441 CT-54442 CT-54443 CT-54445 CT-54446 CT-54447

CT-54901 CT-54902 CT-54903 CT-54905 CT-54906 CT-54907

SALT WATER

CT-54448 CT-54449 CT-54450 CT-54452 CT-54453 CT-54454

CT-54908 CT-54909 CT-54910 CT-54912 CT-54913 CT-54914

CT-54873 CT-54874 CT-54875 CT-54877 CT-54878 CT-54879

SANITARY DRAIN

CT-54455 CT-54456 CT-54457 CT-54459 CT-54460 CT-54461

CT-54915 CT-54916 CT-54917 CT-54919 CT-54920 CT-54921

SANITARY SEWER

CT-54462 CT-54463 CT-54464 CT-54466 CT-54467 CT-54468

CT-54922 CT-54923 CT-54924 CT-54926 CT-54927 CT-54928 CT-54929 CT-54930 CT-54931 CT-54933 CT-54934 CT-54935

SANITARY VENT

CT-54469 CT-54470 CT-54471 CT-54473 CT-54474 CT-54475

SANITARY WASTE

CT-54476 CT-54477 CT-54478 CT-54480 CT-54481 CT-54482

CT-54936 CT-54937 CT-54938 CT-54940 CT-54941 CT-54942

SEAL WATER

CT-54483 CT-54484 CT-54485 CT-54487 CT-54488 CT-54489

CT-54943 CT-54944 CT-54945 CT-54947 CT-54948 CT-54949

SERVICE AIR

CT-54490 CT-54491 CT-54492 CT-54494 CT-54495 CT-54496

CT-54950 CT-54951 CT-54952 CT-54954 CT-54955 CT-54956

SERVICE WATER

CT-54497 CT-54498 CT-54499 CT-54501 CT-54502 CT-54503

CT-54957 CT-54958 CT-54959 CT-54961 CT-54962 CT-54963

SEWAGE

CT-54504 CT-54505 CT-54506 CT-54508 CT-54509 CT-54510

SEWER

CT-54095 CT-54096 CT-54097 CT-54099 CT-54100 CT-54521

SLUDGE

CT-54522 CT-54523 CT-54524 CT-54527 CT-54528 CT-54529

SOAP

CT-54530 CT-54531 CT-54532 CT-54534 CT-54535 CT-54536

SODIUM HYDROXIDE

CT-54537 CT-54538 CT-54539 CT-54541 CT-54542 CT-54543

SODIUM HYDROXIDE

CT-54544 CT-54545 CT-54546 CT-54548 CT-54549 CT-54550

SODIUM HYDROCHLORITE

CT-54551 CT-54552 CT-54553 CT-54555 CT-54556 CT-54557

SODIUM HYDROCHLORITE

CT-54558 CT-54559 CT-54560 CT-54562 CT-54563 CT-54564

SOFT WATER

CT-54565 CT-54566 CT-54567 CT-54569 CT-54570 CT-54571

SOLVENT

CT-54572 CT-54573 CT-54574 CT-54576 CT-54577 CT-54578

SPENT ACID

CT-54579 CT-54580 CT-54581 CT-54583 CT-54584 CT-54585

SPENT ACID

CT-54586 CT-54587 CT-54588 CT-54590 CT-54591 CT-54592

STEAM

CT-54517 CT-54518 CT-54519 CT-54601 CT-54602 CT-54603

STEAM RETURN

CT-54604 CT-54605 CT-54606 CT-54608 CT-54609 CT-54610

STEAM SUPPLY

CT-54611 CT-54612 CT-54613 CT-54615 CT-54616 CT-54617

STORM DRAIN

CT-54618 CT-54619 CT-54620 CT-54622 CT-54623 CT-54624

STORM SEWER

CT-54625 CT-54626 CT-54627 CT-54629 CT-54630 CT-54631

STORM WATER

CT-54632 CT-54633 CT-54634 CT-54636 CT-54637 CT-54638

SULFER DIOXIDE

CT-54646 CT-54647 CT-54648 CT-54643 CT-54644 CT-54645

SULFURIC ACID

CT-54653 CT-54654 CT-54655 CT-54657 CT-54658 CT-54659

SULFURIC ACID

CT-54660 CT-54661 CT-54662 CT-54664 CT-54665 CT-54666

SUMP PUMP DISCHARGE

CT-54667 CT-54668 CT-54669 CT-54671 CT-54672 CT-54673

SUPPLY

CT-54674 CT-54675 CT-54676 CT-54678 CT-54679 CT-54680

SUPPLY

CT-54681 CT-54682 CT-54683 CT-54685 CT-54686 CT-54687

SUPPLY

CT-54688 CT-54689 CT-54690 CT-54692 CT-54693 CT-54694

TANK DRAIN

CT-54695 CT-54696 CT-54697 CT-54699 CT-54700 CT-54701

TEMPERED WATER

CT-54702 CT-54703 CT-54704 CT-54706 CT-54707 CT-54708

TEMPERED WATER

CT-54709 CT-54710 CT-54711 CT-54713 CT-54714 CT-54715

TOLUENE

CT-54716 CT-54717 CT-54718 CT-54720 CT-54721 CT-54722

TOLUENE

CT-54723 CT-54724 CT-54725 CT-54727 CT-54728 CT-54729

TOWER WATER

CT-54730 CT-54731 CT-54732 CT-54734 CT-54736 CT-54737

TOWER WATER RETURN

CT-54738 CT-54740 CT-54741 CT-54743 CT-54744 CT-54745

TOWER WATER SUPPLY

CT-54746 CT-54747 CT-54748 CT-54750 CT-54751 CT-54752

TREATED WATER

CT-54753 CT-54754 CT-54755 CT-54757 CT-54758 CT-54759

UTILITY WATER

CT-54760 CT-54761 CT-54762 CT-54764 CT-54765 CT-54766

UTILITY WATER

CT-54767 CT-54768 CT-54769 CT-54771 CT-54772 CT-54773

VACUUM

CT-54774 CT-54775 CT-54776 CT-54778 CT-54779 CT-54780

VACUUM

CT-54781 CT-54782 CT-54783 CT-54785 CT-54787 CT-54788

VENT

CT-54789 CT-54790 CT-54791 CT-54793 CT-54794 CT-54795

VENT

CT-54796 CT-54797 CT-54798 CT-54800 CT-54801 CT-54802

VENT

CT-54803 CT-54804 CT-54805 CT-54807 CT-54808 CT-54809

WARM WATER

CT-54810 CT-54811 CT-54812 CT-54814 CT-54815 CT-54816

WASTE

CT-54817 CT-54818 CT-54819 CT-54821 CT-54822 CT-54823

WASTE WATER

CT-54824 CT-54825 CT-54826 CT-54828 CT-54829 CT-54830

WASTE WATER

CT-54831 CT-54352 CT-54353 CT-54355 CT-54356 CT-54357

WATER

CT-54358 CT-54359 CT-54360 CT-54842 CT-54843 CT-54844

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50 LABOR LAW POSTERS Employers with one employee or more are required to post labor law posters in an area frequented by all employees.

Failure to display the correct employment law notices can result in penalties, fines and lawsuits.

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LABOR LAW POSTERS SOUTH DAKOTA

Workers’ Comp

July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019

C. Death Benefits

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT. OF LABOR & REGULATION sdjobs.org Summary of Workers’ Compensation Law

POSTER COMPLIANCE DATE 01/2019

The Division of Labor and Management, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation has summarized the basic provisions of our state’s workers’ compensation law.

Minimum Wage

State And Federal Labor Law Set And Combo Poster

Department of Labor and Regulation

Summary of Workers’ Compensation Law Guide to Workers’ Compensation Law in South Dakota

Employment Laws

However, the information contained in this brochure is general in nature and is not intended as a substitute for legal advice. Changes in the law or specific facts of a case may result in legal interpretations different from those presented here. Anyone having further questions should contact the Division.

Department of Labor and Regulation

2019 Minimum Wage Requirement

I. Workers’ Compensation

$9.10/Hour

Workers’ compensation is an insurance program that pays medical and disability benefits for work-related injuries and diseases. Workers’ compensation protects both employees and employers. Each covered employee has a right to benefits if injured on the job. In return, he or she forfeits the right to sue the employer for job-related injuries.

MINIMUM WAGE

See SDCL 60-11-3 and 60-11-3.2. Employers with tipped employees must pay a cash wage of no less than $4.55 per hour, which is no less than 50 percent of the state minimum wage. See SDCL 60-11-3.1. South Dakota state minimum requirements apply to all employees; however, no minimum wage requirements apply to independent contractors.

South Dakota law permits all employers to provide coverage rather than assume direct liability for workplace injuries. Thus, most employers obtain coverage by purchasing an insurance policy. Those employers that do not must prove they are financially secure enough to pay full benefits for any injuries to employees. These self-insurers are certified and regulated by the Department of Labor and Regulation.

CONTACT

II. Non-covered Employees

For questions or to report a violation, contact the DLR Division of Labor and Management, Wage and Hour Office at:

The following employees are exempt:

123 W. miSSouri ave. pierre, SD 57501 ph: 605.773.3681 fax: 605.773.4211

Additional information from the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation available at www.sdjobs.org.

Domestic servants, unless working for an employer for more than 20 hours in any calendar week and for more than six weeks in any 13-week period Farm or agricultural laborers One whose employment is not in the usual course of the trade, business, occupation or profession of the employer (independent contractor). This includes real estate brokers and owner operators of trucks who are certified as exempt by the Department.

Certain elected officials of the state or any subdivision of state government Workfare participants

Labor Law Posters available as a Two-Poster Set or an All-In-One Combo Poster (priced the same)

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The employer or insurer must also pay up to $10,000 in burial expenses plus the cost of transporting the body if death occurs outside the community where the employee is to be buried.

• Available in English or Spanish for all 50 states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico

D. Rate of Compensation As of July 1, 2018, weekly compensation is two-thirds of the employee’s average weekly wage (including overtime hours at straight time pay) up to a maximum of $805 per week. The minimum compensation is $403 unless the employee’s average weekly wage is less than $403. In that instance, the amount of the employee’s average weekly wage, less standard deductions, is paid as compensation. This rate is effective through June 30, 2019. The foregoing amounts are used to calculate temporary total disability, temporary partial disability, permanent partial disability, permanent total disability, rehabilitation and death benefits.

IV. Requirements of Employee

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If an injury causes death, compensation is payable to the employee’s spouse at the rate of compensation shown in Section III-D for life or until remarriage. In the case of remarriage, a sum equal to two years of compensation will be paid to the spouse. Surviving children are eligible to receive equal shares of Section III-D compensation if the spouse dies or remarries. They must be under 18, under 22 if full-time students, or incapable of self-support. If any of the children are not in the custody of the spouse at the employee’s death (and the spouse is eligible for benefits), half the benefit goes to the spouse, the other half to the non-custodial children. In addition to the above-mentioned weekly benefits, an additional $50 per month must be paid to each legally dependent child of the deceased employee from the date of employee’s death until the child is 18. If dependents attend accredited South Dakota post-secondary schools, they can receive up to $2,000 a year towards their education for five years.

Immediately upon occurrence of an injury, or as soon as practicable, an injured employee (or a representative) shall give or cause to be given a written notice of injury to the employer. Written notice shall be provided no later than three business days after occurrence. No compensation will be paid unless written notice is given within three business days, unless reasonable excuse is made to the Department of Labor and Regulation. Therefore, the employee shall not be entitled to reimbursement of any physician’s fee or any compensation which may have accrued prior to the time of giving notice, unless either of the following can be shown: •

III. Benefits

The employer, or the employer’s agent or representative, had knowledge of the injury or death

• The employer was given written notice after the date of the injury and the employee had good cause for failing to give written notice within the three business-day period, which determination shall be liberally construed in favor of the employee EPPA United States Department If an employee is entitled to benefits and does not receive them within 20 days, of Labor A. Medical direct contact should be made to the insurance company. Employee Rights The employer or insurance carrier must furnish necessary first aid and medical, surgical and hospital services, including artificial members and body aids. Prosthetic Protection Act The employee must also inform his/her physicianEmployee about whichPolygraph case management devices, if damaged, are considered an injury. Repair or replacement of hearing plan hisProtection employerActuses. The Act also permits polygraph testing, subject to restrictions, of certain employees of private firms who are The Employee Polygraph prohibits most private employers from using lie detector aids, eye glasses, contact lenses and dentures must also be furnished if damaged reasonably suspected of involvement in a workplace incident (theft, embezzlement, etc.) that resulted in economic tests either for pre‑employment screening or during the course of employment. V. Requirements of Employer or destroyed in an accident which caused bodily injury compensable under the Unemployment Ins. loss to the employer. Department of Labor and Regulation law. Medical services will be subject to a fee schedule and in no case may a PROHIBITIONS health A. Record-keeping The law does not preempt any provision of any State or local law or any collective bargaining agreement which is Employers are generally prohibited from requiring or requesting any employee or job applicant to take a lie care provider charge a higher price to an injured worker who is eligible for workers’ Notice to Employees moreofrestrictive with respect to lie detector tests. employer coming the provisions of this shallemployee keep a record detector test, andEvery from discharging, disciplining, or under discriminating against an employee or title prospective compensation benefits. injuries, fatal orother otherwise, their POSTER COMPLIANCE DATE 08/2016 for refusing to takealla test or for exercising rights undersustained the Act. by his employees in the course ofEXAMINEE RIGHTS Where polygraph tests are permitted, they are subject to numerous strict standards concerning the conduct and The employee has the right to make the initial selection of a medical practitioner EXEMPTIONS employment. The record shall be completed within seven days, not counting and legal knowledge length of theoftest. Examinees have a number of specific rights, including the right to a written notice before (defined as a licensed health care provider) and must notify the employer ofFederal, this State andSundays local governments are notholidays, affected by after the law.any Also,employer the law does has not apply to tests givenofbythe the occurrence Employees in this establishment are covered under the South Dakota Unemployment Insurance Law. Under this law, employees testing,and the right to refuse or discontinue a test, and the right not to have test results disclosed to unauthorized antoinjury. The record shall be on a formsecurity-related approved by the Department of Labor Federal certain private individuals engaged in national activities. selection prior to treatment or as soon as reasonably possible after treatment hasGovernment Regulation. employer preserve the for asubject period four years been provided. The employee must obtain written permission from the employer The Act permits polygraph (a kind The of lie detector) testsshall to be administered in therecord private sector, to of at leastpersons. who become unemployed or whose working hours are reduced to less than full time may be eligible for unemployment from the date of injury. restrictions, to certain prospective employees of security service firms (armored car, alarm, and guard), and of ENFORCEMENT or insurer before changing health care practitioners. The employee may obtain benefits provided; manufacturers, distributors and dispensers. The Secretary of Labor may bring court actions to restrain violations and assess civil penalties against violators. a second opinion at his or her own expense. The employer also has the rightpharmaceutical to FLSA B. Reporting Employees or job applicants may also bring their own court actions. a second opinion. Services may also be regulated by the insurer’s designated United States Department of Labor • They are able to work; If an employer is authorized to self-insure, a written be made to the THE LAW REQUIRES EMPLOYERS TOreport DISPLAYshall THIS POSTER WHERE EMPLOYEES AND JOB APPLICANTS CAN READILY SEE IT. managed care plan. Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act Department of Labor and Regulation within seven days, not counting Sundays Travel, lodging and meal costs incurred as a result of securing necessary medical and legal holidays, after any employer coming under the provisions of this title has • They are available for full-time work; and, 1‑866‑487‑9243 treatment are also compensable in certain instances. Generally such expenses will knowledge of the occurrence of WAGE an injury requires medical treatment other ANDwhich HOUR DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TTY: 1-877-889-5627 only be allowed if an employee is required to travel to obtain medical treatment. The OF AMERICA than minor first aid or which incapacitates the employeeOFfor a period of at least UNITED STATES • They meet certain eligibility requirements. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT LABOR www.dol.gov/whd WH1462 Division of Labor and Management should be contacted in regard to current rates. seven calendar days. REV. 07/2016 Employees who voluntarily quit without good cause, are discharged or suspended for misconduct, or refuse to accept suitable Failure to comply may result in a fine of $100. The employer must also report the B. Disability Benefits work may be denied benefits. injury to its case management plan within 24 hours of the injury. State law provides for a series of benefits during the period of disability. Failure to The law requires employers to display this poster where employees canmake readily see it.within 10 days of the date due may result in a penalty of 10 percent payment VI. Requirements of Insurer Employees working less than full time or who become totally unemployed, if available for work, should register for workENFORCEMENT at one USERRA of the unpaid amount. The disability benefits are as follows: OVERTIME PAY United States Department The insurer is required to send a copy of the injury report to the Department of of Labor of the Department of Labor and Regulation’s local offices listed below. At least 1½ times the regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek. The Department has authority to recover back wagestotal and andisability equal amount–inAn liquidated damages in instances Temporary employee who cannot work because of workLabor and Regulation within 10 days. Failure to complyYour may result in aUnder fine of $100. Rights USERRA of minimum wage, overtime, and other violations. The or Department litigate and/or recommend criminal related injury diseasemay is eligible for temporary total disability benefits. Generally CHILD LABOR Uniformed Employment and Reemployment Rights Act The insurer (or the employer The if self-insured) shallServices make an investigation of the claim prosecution. Employers may be assessed civil money penalties formust each willful or repeated by violation of the minimum this inability to work be confirmed a physician. Payment is not made for Aberdeen Madison Rapid City Vermillion An employee must be at least 16 years old to work in most non-farm jobs and at least 18 to work in non-farm jobs and notify the injured employee and the Department of Labor and Regulation wage or overtime pay provisions of the law.work Civil money penaltiesan mayemployee also be assessed for violations of the lost time unless is incapacitated forFLSA’s seven consecutive days. USERRA protects the job rights of individuals who voluntarily or involuntarily leave employment positions to undertake military service or certain types of service in the National Disaster declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. Youths 14 and 15 years old may work outside school hours in various in writing within 20 days if denying liability for the reported injury in whole or in child labor provisions. Heightened civil money penalties may be assessed for each child labor violation resultscompensation is then If the incapacity lasts for seven consecutive days orthat more, Brookings Mitchell Sioux Falls Watertown Medical System. USERRA also prohibits employers from discriminating against past and present members of the uniformed services, and applicants to the uniformed services. non-manufacturing, non-mining, non-hazardous jobs with certain work hours restrictions. Different rules apply in part. This period may be extended up to 30 additional days if approved by the computed from the assessments date of injury. continue until a physician releases in the death or serious injury of any minor employee, and such may bePayments doubled when the violations REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS HEALTH agricultural employment. Department of Labor and Regulation. Failure to comply may result in a $100 fine.INSURANCE PROTECTION theThe employee for return to work orordetermines that the condition are determined to be willful or repeated. law also prohibits retaliating against discharging workers whoemployee’s file a Huron North Sioux City Sisseton Winner Youhas have the rightThe to beinsurer reemployed your civilian jobwho if youdenies leave thatliability job to perform service or in the • theIf you leave your job to perform military service, you have the right to elect to continue your existing orinself-insurer in whole in uniformed part must state reached point TIP CREDIT complaint or participate in any proceeding underathe FLSA.of maximum improvement. The weekly rate for temporary disability service and: employer-based health plan coverage for you and your dependents for up to 24 months while in the reasons and notify the claimant of the right to a hearing. payments is set forth in Section III-D. Employers of “tipped employees” who meet certain conditions may claim a partial wage credit based on tips received Lake Andes Pierre Spearfish Yankton military. • you ensure that your employer receives advance written or verbal notice of your service; ADDITIONAL INFORMATION by their employees. Employers must pay tipped employees a cash wage of at least $2.13 per hour if they claim a tip the claim injured employee haswhile twowith years the date of• Even if you don’t elect to continue coverage during your military service, you have the right to be • you haveIffive years or lessisofdenied, cumulativethe service in the uniformed services that from particular Temporary partial disability – Ifwage, a physician allowspayan employee who is still • Certain occupations and establishments are exempt from the minimum and/or overtime credit against their minimum wage obligation. If an employee’s tips combined with the employer’s cash wage of at recovering from an injury or disease to return to part-time or modified work, and employer;notification from the insurer or self-insurer to file a Petition for Hearing with thereinstated in your employer’s health plan when you are reemployed, generally without any waiting provisions. periods or exclusions (e.g., pre-existing condition exclusions) except for service-connected illnesses or Claims for unemployment insurance benefits can be filed www.sd.uiclaims.com orwage, by the calling Ask your employer leastat $2.13 per hour do not equal the minimum hourly employer 605.626.3179. must make up the difference. and Regulation. • you returnDepartment to work or applyof forLabor reemployment in a timely manner after conclusion of service; and if the employee receives a bona fide job offer, and if the employee is receiving injuries. • Special provisions apply to workers in American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana • you have not been separated from service with a disqualifying discharge or under other than honorable less than his or her usual earnings, the employee may be entitled to temporary or Department of Labor and Regulation local office for aNURSING pamphlet outlining the provisions of the law. If there is not an office MOTHERS VII. Mediation Islands, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. ENFORCEMENT conditions. partial disability benefits. These benefits are computed on the basis of one-half the The FLSA requires employers provide reasonable break time for a nursing mother employee who is subject to the where you live, contact the one nearest you to request information. Antooffice directory can be found at www.sdjobs.org. employer/insurer and the injured employee do not to compensability • The U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) is authorized to If you are eligible Ifto the be reemployed, you must be restored to the job and benefits you would have agree attainedas if you • Some state laws provide greater employeebetween protections;the employers mustamount comply with both. before the injury and the average difference average earned FLSA’s overtime requirements in order for the employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for one year after investigate and resolve complaints of USERRA violations. in whole or inservice part,or, either request had not been absent due to military in someparty cases, may a comparable job. the Department to conduct a amount the as employee is earning ablethey to are earn in some suitable employment • Some employers incorrectly classify workers “independent contractors”orwhen actually employees the child’s birth each time such employee has a need to express breast milk. Employers are also required to provide mediation. Lawyers are not required. • For assistance in filing a complaint, or for any other information on USERRA, contact VETS at outh akota ept of abor eguLation after the the injury. The between amounttheoftwo compensation allowed for temporary partialRIGHT TO BE FREE FROM DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION under the FLSA. It is important to know difference because employees (unless exempt) a place, other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public, 1‑866‑4‑USA‑DOL or visit its website at http://www.dol.gov/vets. An interactive online USERRA Advisor If you:for disability exceed the maximum in Section The total compensation nempLoyment nSurance iviSion are entitled to the FLSA’s minimum wagecannot and overtime pay protections and correctly classifiedIII-D. independent VIII. Fraud which may be used by the employee to express breast milk. can be viewed at http://www.dol.gov/elaws/userra.htm. earnings and workers’ compensation may not be less than the amount received for • are a past or present member of the uniformed • are obligated to serve in the uniformed service; contractors are not. To report fraudulent collection of workers’ compensation benefits contact• the If you file a complaint with VETS and VETS is unable to resolve it, you may request that your case be ooSeveLt t service; temporary total disability, unless the employee refuses suitable employment. These referred to the Department of Justice or the Office of Special Counsel, as applicable, for representation. Department of Labor and Regulation, Division of Insurance. • Certain full-time students, student learners, and workers with disabilities may be paid benefits are apprentices, payable until the employee is returned toless fullthan employment or until • have applied for membership in the uniformed ox • You may also bypass the VETS process and bring a civil action against an employer for violations of the minimum wage under special certificates issued by the Department of Labor. service; orIX. Lack of Insurance or Self-Insurance maximum improvement. USERRA. berDeen then an employerIfmay deny you: fails to provide workers’ compensation coverage under theThe annot employer provisions rights listed here may vary depending on the circumstances. The text of this notice was prepared by VETS, and Permanent partial disability – If an injury or illness results in impairment of certain • initial employment; • employee promotion; may be viewed on the internet at this address: http://www.dol.gov/vets/programs/userra/poster.htm. Federal law of South Dakota law, an injured ororthe dependents of a deceased members of the body, an employee may be entitled to permanent partial disability 1‑866‑487‑9243 • reemployment; • the any benefit of in employment requires employers to notify employees of their rights under USERRA, and employers may meet this requirement WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION employee may proceed against employer an action at law to recover damages DEPARTMENT OF LABOR benefits. Benefits are computed by applying a determination of the employee’s TTY: 1-877-889-5627 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA by displaying the text of this notice where they customarily place notices for employees. • retentionfor in employment; UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR the personal injury or death, or may elect to proceed against the employer percentage of impairment to the number of weeks designated in the table for www.dol.gov/whd because of this status. in circuit court under the provisions of the workers’ compensation law as if theU.S. Department of Labor • 1-866-487-2365 U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel full disability of that body part. This number of weeks is then multiplied by the WH1088 Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve • 1-800-336-4590 In addition, may not retaliate againsttoanyone assisting in the enforcement of USERRA rights, including for the employer had elected operate thereunder. The measure of benefits compensation rate as set forth in Section III-D. or an employer REV.Payments 07/2016 are made on a weekly testifying or making a statementshall in connection a proceeding under USERRA, even ifthe thatamount person has of no service employee be all with medical expenses and twice disability or death bi-weekly basis unless a lump sum payment is allowed by the Division. connection. compensation allowed under the law. REV. 04/2017 Safety on the Job Benefits are not allowed when injury is due to willful misconduct, intoxication, illegal use of drugs or failure to use a furnished safety appliance. A false representation as to health at the time of obtaining employment may also preclude awarding of benefits.

FEDERAL

NOTICE: This state has its own minimum wage law. Employers are also required to display the federal Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act posting, which indicates the federal minimum wage. Where federal and state rates both apply to an employee, the U.S. Department of Labor dictates that the employee is entitled to the higher minimum wage rate. THIS NOTICE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

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• Our laminated two-poster set includes one poster with state postings (poster sizes range from 20" W x 26" L to 50" W x 26" L) and one poster with federal postings (poster size 20" W x 26" L). Note: The New Jersey State Poster outgrew size limitations and is now a 3-poster set (includes a separate Child Labor Notice poster, 20” x 26”). • Our laminated combo poster contains the federal and state postings on one poster (26" W x 40" L). Note: Combo poster not available for New Jersey

Note: Due to local/municipal and industry-specific labor laws, your company may be required to post additional notices. Go to JJKeller.com/LLP for details.

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LEAVE ENTITLEMENTS

Eligible employees who work for a covered employer can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave in a 12-month period for the following reasons: •

The birth of a child or placement of a child for adoption or foster care;

To bond with a child (leave must be taken within 1 year of the child’s birth or placement);

To care for the employee’s spouse, child, or parent who has a qualifying serious health condition;

For the employee’s own qualifying serious health condition that makes the employee unable to perform the employee’s job;

For qualifying exigencies related to the foreign deployment of a military member who is the employee’s spouse, child, or parent.

An eligible employee who is a covered servicemember’s spouse, child, parent, or next of kin may also take up to 26 weeks of FMLA leave in a single 12-month period to care for the servicemember with a serious injury or illness. An employee does not need to use leave in one block. When it is medically necessary or otherwise permitted, employees may take leave intermittently or on a reduced schedule. Employees may choose, or an employer may require, use of accrued paid leave while taking FMLA leave. If an employee substitutes accrued paid leave for FMLA leave, the employee must comply with the employer’s normal paid leave policies.

BENEFITS & PROTECTIONS

While employees are on FMLA leave, employers must continue health insurance coverage as if the employees were not on leave. Upon return from FMLA leave, most employees must be restored to the same job or one nearly identical to it with equivalent pay, benefits, and other employment terms and conditions. An employer may not interfere with an individual’s FMLA rights or retaliate against someone for using or trying to use FMLA leave, opposing any practice made unlawful by the FMLA, or being involved in any proceeding under or related to the FMLA.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

An employee who works for a covered employer must meet three criteria in order to be eligible for FMLA leave. The employee must: •

BE PART OF THE SAFETY TEAM

Have at least 1,250 hours of service in the 12 months before taking leave;* and Work at a location where the employer has at least 50 employees within 75 miles of the employee’s worksite.

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RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, protects applicants and employees from discrimination in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), or national origin. Religious discrimination includes failing to reasonably accommodate an employee’s religious practices where the accommodation does not impose undue hardship.

DISABILITY

Title I and Title V of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, protect qualified individuals from discrimination on the basis of disability in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. Disability discrimination includes not making reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified individual with a disability who is an applicant or employee, barring undue hardship.

AGE

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, protects applicants and employees 40 years of age or older from discrimination based on age in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment.

SEX (WAGES)

In addition to sex discrimination prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as amended, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, as amended, prohibits sex discrimination in the payment of wages to women and men performing substantially equal work, in jobs that require equal skill, effort, and responsibility, under similar working conditions, in the same establishment.

GENETICS

Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 protects applicants and employees from discrimination based on genetic information in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. GINA also restricts employers’ acquisition of genetic information and strictly limits disclosure of genetic information. Genetic information includes information about genetic tests of applicants, employees, or their family members; the manifestation of diseases or disorders in family members (family medical

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Rehabilitation – An employee suffering disablement from an occupational 1-866-4-USWAGE disease or an injury, and unable to return to his/her usual and customary line of in (1-866-487-9243) TTY: 1-877-889-5627 employment, is entitled to receive disability compensation at the rate provided by www.dol.gov/whd Section III-D during the period he or she is engaged in a program of rehabilitation

your workplace.

ƒ Request a confidential OSHA inspection your workplace if you believe there are unsafe or unhealthy conditions. You have the right to have a representative contact OSHA on your behalf.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) history); and requests for or receipt of genetic services by applicants, employees, or their family members.

RETALIATION

All of these Federal laws prohibit covered entities from retaliating against a person who files a charge of discrimination, participates in a discrimination proceeding, or otherwise opposes an unlawful employment practice.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU BELIEVE DISCRIMINATION HAS OCCURRED

There are strict time limits for filing charges of employment discrimination. To preserve the ability of EEOC to act on your behalf and to protect your right to file a private lawsuit, should you ultimately need to, you should contact EEOC promptly when discrimination is suspected: The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), 1-800-669-4000 (toll-free) or 1-800-669-6820 (toll-free TTY number for individuals with hearing impairments). EEOC field office information is available at www.eeoc.gov or in most telephone directories in the U.S. Government or Federal Government section. Additional information about EEOC, including information about charge filing, is available at www.eeoc.gov.

Employers Holding Federal Contracts or Subcontracts Applicants to and employees of companies with a Federal government contract or subcontract are protected under Federal law from discrimination on the following bases:

RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN

Executive Order 11246, as amended, prohibits job discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin, and requires affirmative action to ensure equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment.

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, protects qualified individuals from discrimination on the basis of disability in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. Disability discrimination includes not making reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified individual with a disability who is an applicant or employee, barring undue hardship. Section 503 also requires that Federal contractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities at all levels of employment, including the executive level.

DISABLED, RECENTLY SEPARATED, OTHER PROTECTED, AND ARMED FORCES SERVICE MEDAL VETERANS

The Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended, 38 U.S.C. 4212, prohibits job discrimination and requires affirmative action to employ and advance in employment disabled veterans, recently separated veterans (within three years of discharge or release

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RETALIATION

Retaliation is prohibited against a person who files a complaint of discrimination, participates in an OFCCP proceeding, or otherwise opposes discrimination under these Federal laws. Any person who believes a contractor has violated its nondiscrimination or affirmative action obligations under the authorities above should contact immediately: The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210, 1-800-397-6251 (toll-free) or (202) 693-1337 (TTY). OFCCP may also be contacted by e-mail at OFCCP-Public@dol.gov, or by calling an OFCCP regional or district office, listed in most telephone directories under U.S. Government, Department of Labor.

More than 80 mandatory state posting changes have occurred over the past two years. Plus over 40 mandatory state posting changes have already occurred in 2019, with more anticipated throughout the year.

ƒ Request copies of your medical records, tests that measure hazards in the workplace, and the workplace injury and illness log. This poster is available free from OSHA.

Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX

In addition to the protections of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin in programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance. Employment discrimination is covered by Title VI if the primary objective of the financial assistance is provision of employment, or where employment discrimination causes or may cause discrimination in providing services under such programs. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs or activities which receive Federal financial assistance.

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Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of disability in any program or activity which receives Federal financial assistance. Discrimination is prohibited in all aspects of employment against persons with disabilities who, with or without reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential functions of the job. If you believe you have been discriminated against in a program of any institution which receives Federal financial assistance, you should immediately contact the Federal agency providing such assistance. EEOC 9/02 and OFCCP 8/08 Versions Useable With 11/09 Supplement EEOC-P/E-1 REV. 11/2009

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Applicants to and employees of most private employers, state and local governments, educational institutions, employment agencies and labor organizations are protected under Federal law from discrimination on the following bases:

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RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, amended, protects as applicants and employees from discriminati on in discharge, pay, fringe hiring, promotion, benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the religion, sex (including basis of race, color, pregnancy), or national origin. Religious discriminati to reasonably accommoda on includes failing te an employee’s religious practices where the accommoda does not impose tion undue hardship.

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Title I and Title V of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, protect qualified individuals from discriminati on on the basis of disability in discharge, pay, fringe hiring, promotion, benefits, job training, classification, referral, and employment. Disability other aspects of not making reasonable discrimination includes accommodation the known physical to or mental limitations otherwise qualified of an individual with a disability who is an applicant or employee, barring undue hardship.

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Eligible employees who work for a covered 12‑month period employer can take for the following up to 12 weeks of reasons: unpaid, job‑protecte • The birth of a child d leave in a or placement of a child for adoption • To bond with a child or foster care; (leave must be taken • within 1 year of To care for the employee’s the child’s birth spouse, child, or or placement); • parent who has For the employee’s a qualifying serious own qualifying serious health condition; employee’s job; health condition that makes the employee ADDITIONAL INFORMATI For qualifying exigencies unable to perform the related to the foreign • Certain occupations ON spouse, child, or deployment of a parent. and establishmen military member the minimum wage, ts are exempt from An eligible employee who is the employee’s and/or overtime who is a covered pay provisions. • Special provisions weeks of FMLA leave servicemember’s apply to workers spouse, child, parent, in a single 12‑month in American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern the or next of kin may period to care for An employee does Mariana Islands, Commonwealth also take up to 26 the servicemem and the not need to use of Puerto Rico. ber with a serious leave employees may • injury or illness. Some state laws take leave intermittent in one block. When it is medically provide greater necessary or otherwise employee protections; ly or on a reduced employers must Employees may comply with both. schedule. permitted, choose, • Some employers employee substitutes or an employer may require, use incorrectly of accrued paid accrued paid leave “independent contractors” classify workers as leave while taking paid leave policies. for FMLA leave, the when they are FMLA leave. If an employee must employees under the FLSA. It is importantactually comply with the difference between employer’s normal to know the BENEFITS & PROTECTI NURSING MOTHERS the two because employees (unless exempt) are entitled ONS The FLSA requires While employees to the FLSA’s minimum employers to provide are on FMLA leave, and overtime pay wage a nursing mother reasonable break protections and employers must not on leave. employee who is correctly classified independent contractors continue health subject to the FLSA’s time for requirements in insurance coverage are not. order overtime Upon return from • as if the employees Certain full‑time for her nursing child for the employee to express breast FMLA students, student were milk for one year after learners, apprentices, equivalent pay, benefits, leave, most employees must be and workers with such employee has the child’s birth disabilities may each time restored to the a need to express and other employmen be paid less than minimum wage breast milk. Employers also required to the An employer may under t terms and conditions. same job or one nearly identical provide a place, are other than not interfere with Department of Labor. special certificates issued by the to it with shielded from view an and free from intrusion a bathroom, that is use FMLA leave, the public, which opposing any practice individual’s FMLA rights or retaliate from coworkers may be used by and against someone related to the FMLA. made unlawful by the employee to milk. for using or trying the FMLA, or being express breast to involved in any proceeding ELIGIBILITY REQUIREM under or ENTS DEPARTMENT OF An employee who LABOR works for a covered UNITED STATES OF employee must: employer must meet WAGE AND HOUR AMERICA DIVISION three criteria in order 1-866-487-9243 UNITED STATES DEPARTMEN to be eligible for • Have worked for FMLA leave. The TTY: 1‑877‑889‑5 T OF LABOR the employer for 627 at least 12 months; • www.dol.gov/whd Have at least 1,250 hours of service WH1088 in the 12 months • Work at a location before taking leave;* where the employer and has at least 50 employees *Special “hours of service” requiremen REV. 07/2016 within 75 miles of ts apply to airline the employee’s worksite. flight crew employees. REQUESTING LEAVE 2019 Minimum Generally, employees Wage Requirem must give 30‑days’ ent 30‑days’ notice, an advance notice of employee must the need for FMLA notify the employer usual procedures. leave. If it is not MINIMUM WAGE as soon as possible possible to give and, generally, follow Employees do not See SDCL 60-11-3 the employer’s have to share a medical and 60-11-3.2. Employers CONTACT can determine if diagnosis, but must tipped employees with the leave qualifies provide enough must pay a cash For questions or for FMLA protection. that the employee wage of no less to report a violation, than $4.55 per hour, Sufficient information information to the employer so is or will be unable Division of Labor contact the DLR which is no less it activities, or that to perform his or could include informing than 50 percent and Management, of the state minimum hospitalization or her job functions, an employer Wage Office wage. continuing that and at: if the need for leave a family member See SDCL 60-11-3.1. Hour medical treatment South Dakota state cannot perform is for a reason for is necessary. Employees minimum requireme daily which FMLA leave Employers can require to all employees must inform the 123 W. miSSoUri was previously taken employer ; however, no minimum nts apply AvE. a certification or or certified. determines that periodic recertificatio requirements apply piErrE, SD 57501 wage the certification n supporting to independent is incomplete, it information is required. contractors. ph: 605.773.3681 must provide a written the need for leave. If the employer notice indicating f Ax: 605.773.42 what additional Additional information EMPLOYER RESPONSI 11 from the South Dakota BILITIES Once an employer Department of Labor becomes aware and Regulation available that an employee’s the employer must www.sdjobs.org. need for notify the employee at notice of rights and if he or she is eligible leave is for a reason that may qualify responsibilities under for FMLA leave and, under the FMLA, reason for ineligibility. the FMLA. If the if eligible, must also NOTICE: This state employee is not has its own minimum provide a eligible, the employer Labor Standards wage law. Employers Employers must must provide a Act posting, which notify are also required indicates the federal the U.S. Department to display the federal designated as FMLA its employees if leave will be designated minimum wage. of Labor dictates Employee Rights leave. Where as FMLA leave, and that the employee Under the Fair if so, how much is entitled to the higher federal and state rates both apply leave will be to an employee, ENFORCEMENT minimum wage rate. THIS NOTICE IS FOR Employees may INFORMATIONAL file a complaint PURPOSES ONLY. with the U.S. Departmen lawsuit against an employer. t of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, The FMLA does not or may bring a private affect any federal Guide to Workers’ or state law prohibiting collective bargaining Compensation Law agreement that discrimination or provides greater supersede any state in South Dakota family or medical July 1, 2018 to June or local law or leave rights. SOUTH DAKOTA 30, 2019 DEPT. OF LABOR For additional information & REGULATION DEPARTMENT OF employee desiring or to file a complaint: LABOR rehabilitation services UNITED STATES OF Division of Labor should contact sdjobs.org OVERTIME PAY

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The Age Discriminat ion of 1967, as amended, in Employment Act protects applicants and employees 40 years of age or older from discriminati on based on age in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classificatio aspects of employmen n, referral, and other t.

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In addition to sex discrimination prohibited Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as amended, by Equal Pay Act of the 1963, as amended, prohibits sex discrimination in the payment of wages to women and men performing substantiall equal work, in jobs y that effort, and responsibili require equal skill, ty, under similar conditions, in the working same establishme nt.

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Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 protects applicants and employees from discriminati based on genetic on information in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classificatio aspects of employmen n, referral, and other employers’ acquisition t. GINA also restricts

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Applicants to and employees of companies with a Federal governmen t contract or subcontract are protected under Federal law from discriminati on on the following bases:

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Dakota post‑seconda If dependents attend In addition, an employer of employment. has a right to benefits tests undertake military up to $2,000 a year job. In return, he ry schools, they ent positions to if injured on may not retaliate or she forfeits the can receive towards their education Employers are generally service or certain in the enforcemen against anyone assisting right to sue the employerthe job‑related injuries. for five years. National Disaster The employer or types of service prohibited from t of USERRA rights, for insurer must also lie detector test, Medical System. in the including testifying statement in connection pay up to $10,000 expenses plus the South Dakota law and from discharging requiring or requesting any employee USERRA also prohibits employers from or making a in burial with a proceeding cost permits all employers employee for refusing , disciplining, or or discrimina person job outside the communityof transporting the body if death rather than assume applicant under to provide coverage has no ting against past USERRA, even if discriminating against service connection to take a to take a test or occurs direct liability for members of the where the employee that and present . most employers workplace injuries. for exercising other an employee or uniformed services, is to be buried. obtain D. Rate of Compensat EXEMPTIONS Thus, prospective HEALTH INSURANC rights under the uniformed services. and applicants policy. Those employerscoverage by purchasing an insurance ion Act. E PROTECTION As of July 1, 2018, to the that do not must Federal, State and • weekly compensation If you leave your financially secure prove they are local employee’s average enough to pay full job to perform military is REEMPLOYMENT benefits for any employees. These the Federal Governmen governments are not affected by weekly wage (includingtwo‑thirds of the to elect to continue service, injuries at straight time pay) self‑insurers are RIGHTS the law. overtime hours t to certain private your existing employer‑b you have the right certified and regulated to Department of Labor up You have the right individuals engaged Also, the law does not apply to tests coverage for you The Act permits minimum compensationto a maximum of $805 per week. by the and Regulation. ased health plan to be and your dependents polygraph (a kind The given by in national security‑rel is $403 unless the job to perform service reemployed in your civilian job weekly wage is less of lie detector) tests in the military. employee’s average for up to 24 months restrictions, to certain II. Non-covered ated activities. if you leave that than $403. In that in the uniformed to be administere Employees while prospective employees employee’s average instance, the amount service and: The following employees • d in the private sector, • you ensure that pharmaceutical weekly wage, less Even if you don’t are exempt: your employer receives paid as compensation standard deductions, of the manufacturers, distributors of security service firms (armored elect to continue subject • . This rate is effective is notice of your service; coverage advance written Domestic servants, service, you have car, alarm, and guard), to The Act also permits and dispensers. The foregoing amounts through June 30, or verbal unless working for the right to be reinstated during your military and of 2019. polygraph testing, are used to calculate an employer for than 20 hours in • disability, temporary health plan when you have five years in your employer’s reasonably suspected more temporary total any calendar week subject to restrictions partial disability, you are reemployed or less of cumulative and for more than weeks in any 13‑week of , permanent total of permanent involvemen certain , waiting six generally services employees partial service t in a workplace period disability, rehabilitation economic loss to periods or exclusions disability, while with that particular without any in the uniformed of private firms who • incident (theft, embezzlem the employer. Farm or agricultural and death benefits. (e.g., pre‑existing employer; exclusions) except • laborers you return to work IV. Requirements condition ent, etc.) that resulted are The law does not for service‑connected • or apply for reemploym One whose employment of Employee preempt any provision in Immediately upon illnesses or injuries. after conclusion ENFORCEMENT is not in the usual ent in a timely manner is more restrictive occurrence of an of any State or local trade, business, occupation of service; and course of the injury, or as soon practicable, an injured with respect to lie law or any collective • as • you have not been The U.S. Departmen detector tests. (independent contractor). or profession of the employer bargaining agreement or cause to be given employee (or a representative) EXAMINEE RIGHTS separated from service t of Labor, Veterans This includes real shall give a which and owner operators discharge or under Service (VETS) is estate brokers Employment and Written notice shall written notice of injury to the employer. of trucks who are authorized to investigate other than honorable with a disqualifying Where polygraph Training be provided no later certified as exempt by the Department. after occurrence. tests are permitted, If you are eligible of USERRA violations. than three business conditions. and resolve complaints No compensation to be reemployed days they are subject and length of the • will be paid unless notice is given within Certain elected officials , you to numerous strict and benefits you test. Examinees • written For assistance in three business days, of the state or any would have attained must be restored to the job have a standards concerning testing, the right excuse is made to filing a complaint, state government unless reasonable subdivision of military service or, the Department if you had not been to refuse or discontinue number of specific rights, including the or for any other USERRA, contact of Labor and Therefore, the employee in some cases, a information on absent due to • persons. the right to a written conduct VETS Workfare participants a test, and the right comparable job. shall not be entitled Regulation. http://www.dol.gov/vetat 1-866-4-USA-DOL or visit its notice before not to have test any physician’s fee RIGHT TO BE FREE to reimbursemen website at or any compensation results disclosed s. An interactive t of III. Benefits FROM ENFORCE prior to the time to which DISCRIMIN be unauthoriz online viewed may MENT have accrued If you: USERRA Advisor of giving notice, at http://www.dol.gov/ela ATION AND RETALIATI ed Benefits are not unless either of the can can be shown: allowed when injury The Secretary of ws/userra.htm. ON • following If you file a complaint Labor may bring intoxication, illegal is due • are a past or present with VETS and VETS use of drugs or failure to willful misconduct, • court actions to Employees or job The employer, or member • you safety appliance. restrain is may to unable the use request employer’s applicants a furnished violations are to resolve of the uniformed A false obligated to serve that your case be agent or representative may also bring their and assess civil penalties knowledge of the service; obtaining employment representation as to health at referred to the Departmen it, in the of Justice or the , had injury or death own court actions. the time of THE LAW REQUIRES against violators. uniformed service; may also preclude • Office of Special • have applied for t The employer was awarding of benefits. EMPLOYERS TO Counsel, as applicable, membership representation. A. Medical given DISPLAY THIS POSTER for in the uniformed injury and the employee written notice after the date of The employer or the WHERE EMPLOYEE service; or • had good cause You may also bypass insurance carrier written notice within for failing to give CAN READILY SEE S AND JOB APPLICAN then an employer must furnish necessary and medical, surgical the VETS process the three business‑day IT. may not deny you: TS against an employer first aid and bring a civil determination shall members and body and hospital services, including action be liberally construed period, which • for violations of initial employmen artificial aids. Prosthetic devices, employee USERRA. in favor of the The rights listed DEPARTMENT OF t; considered an injury. here may vary depending LABOR • promotion; or Repair or replacement if damaged, are • If an employee is reemployment; UNITED STATES OF glasses, contact of this notice was WAGE AND HOUR on the circumstanc of hearing aids, entitled to benefits AMERICA lenses prepared by VETS, DIVISION and does not receive within 20 days, direct es. The text • 1-866-487-9243 any benefit of employmen damaged or destroyed and dentures must also be furnished eye • UNITED STATES DEPARTMEN and retention at this them may contact address: be in should viewed employmen if http://www.dol.gov/vet company. be made to the insurance on the t TTY: 1‑877‑889‑5 t; T OF LABOR compensable under in an accident which caused bodily because of this status. Federal law requires 627 s/programs/userra/pos internet the law. 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Record-keeping Employer Support medical practitioner right to make the initial selection t of Justice Office of a of the Guard and (defined as a licensed Every employer of Special Counsel and must notify coming under the Reserve • 1‑800‑336‑4 health care Notice to Employe the employer of provisions of this Employees in this keep a record of 590 this selection prior provider) or as soon as reasonably es title shall all injuries, fatal establishment are to treatment or otherwise, employees in the covered under the employees who provided. The employee possible after treatment has course of their employment. sustained by his become unemployed South Dakota Unemploym been be completed within must obtain written unemployment or whose working employer or insurer ent Insurance Law. permission from seven days, not counting The record shall REV. 04/2017 benefits provided; hours are reduced before changing holidays, after any Under this law, employee may obtain health care practitioners. the to less than full time employer has knowledge Sundays and legal • They are able to a second of may The an injury. be opinion of eligible work; the The record The employer also occurrence at his or her own for has the right to a expense. • Department of Labor shall be on a form approved by They are available second also be regulated the for full‑time work; by the insurer’s designatedopinion. Services may the record for a periodand Regulation. The employer shall and, • They meet certain preserve managed care plan. of at least four years Travel, lodging and eligibility requirement meal costs incurred from the date of B. Reporting Employees who necessary medical injury. s. as a result of securing voluntarily quit without treatment are also If an employer is instances. Generally compensable in suitable work may good cause, are authorized certain such expenses will discharged or suspended be denied benefits. be made to the Department to self‑insure, a written report employee is required only be allowed shall Employees working for misconduct, if an to travel to obtain of Labor and Regulation days, not counting or refuse to accept Division of Labor less medical treatment. within seven Sundays and legal and Management one of the Department than full time or who become coming under the holidays, after any should be contacted The to current rates. totally unemployed of Labor and Regulation’s provisions of this employer U.S. Department in regard , if available for work, of Labor title occurrence of an local offices listed should register for injury which requires has knowledge of the B. Disability Benefits below. Aberdeen than minor first work at medical treatment aid or which incapacitates other State law provides Madison period of at least for a series of benefits the employee for seven calendar days. Rapid City disability. Failure a Brookings during the period to make payment of Failure Vermillion to comply may Mitchell within 10 days of may result in a penalty the date of 10 percent of also report the injury result in a fine of $100. The employer Sioux Falls Huron disability benefits the unpaid amount. due to its case management must are as follows: Watertown The of the injury. North Sioux City plan within 24 hours Temporary total Sisseton disability – An employee Lake Andes because of work‑related All workers have Winner VI. Requirements who cannot work Pierre the right to: total disability benefits. injury or disease is eligible for The insurer is required of Insurer Spearfish Claims for unemploym temporary Generally this inability Yankton confirmed by a physician. ent Department of Labor to send a copy of the injury report insurance to work must be ƒ Employers must: A safe workplac benefits can employer or Department to the and Regulation within time unless an employee Payment is not made for lost e. comply may result of Labor and Regulation be filed at www.sd.uiclaims.com 10 days. Failure to work in a fine of $100. is not an office where is incapacitated or by calling 605.626.317 local office for a days. If the incapacity for seven consecutive you live, contact The insurer (or the pamphlet outlining ƒ Raise a safety ƒ Provide employe 9. Ask your lasts for seven consecutive www.sdjobs.org. the one nearest employer if self‑insured) compensation is the provisions of or health concern you to request information. days or more, es a workplace investigation of then computed shall make an the law. If there the claim and notify from the date of continue until a with free from An office directory your employer or recognized hazards. injury. Payments the the Department physician releases can be found at SoUTh DAkoTA DEpT of Labor and Regulationinjured employee and the employee for work or determines OSHA, or report It is illegal to retaliate . of L if denying liability return to in writing within that the employee’s a workfor the reported UnEmpLoYmEnT inSUrAncE Abor & rEGULATion 20 days point of maximum related injury or against an employe condition has reached injury in whole or period may be extended improvement. The DiviSion illness, without in part. This e for using any disability payments weekly rate for temporarya up to 30 additional 420 S. rooSEvELT the Department being is set forth in Section of their days if approved ST. retaliated against. rights under the of Labor and Regulation. by III‑D. Temporary partial po box 4730 result in a $100 fine. law, including raising Failure to comply disability – If a physician The may insurer or self‑insurer who is still recovering a health in whole or in part and safety concern allows an employee AbErDEEn, SD 57402-473 who denies liability ƒ Receive informati must state the reasons part‑time or modified from an injury or disease to return with you or with 0 of the right to a and notify the claimant on and training to hearing. work, and if the OSHA, or reporting a work-rela fide job offer, and employee receives on job If the claim is denied, hazards, including if the employee a bona Please post this ted injury or illness. is receiving less her usual earnings, all hazardous substanc than his or date of notification the injured employee has two years card in a conspicu the employee may from the insurer from the partial disability ƒ Comply with be entitled to temporary in your workplac es ous place. or self‑insurer to for Hearing with benefits. These benefits all applicable OSHA e. file a Petition the Department basis of one‑half of Labor and Regulation. the difference between are computed on the standards. earned before the VII. Mediation ƒ Request an OSHA ƒ Report to OSHA injury and the averagethe average amount is earning or able all work-related amount the employee If the employer/insu inspection of your to earn in some rer and the injured suitable employment injury. The amount workplac fatalities to employee compensabili e if you believe within 8 hours, do not agree as after of compensation ty in whole or in allowed for temporary the disability cannot part, either party there are unsafe Department to conduct and all inpatient exceed the maximum may request the partial unhealthy condition a mediation. Lawyers hospitalizations, or compensation for in are not required. earnings and workers’ Section III‑D. The total amputations and s. OSHA will keep VIII. Fraud be less than the compensation losses your amount received name confidential. of an eye within To report fraudulent for temporary total may not unless the employee 24 hours. You have the right collection of workers’ disability, refuses suitable contact the Department are payable until compensation benefits employment. These to have a representative contact the employee of Labor and Regulation, benefits ƒ Provide required Insurance. until maximum improvement is returned to full employment OSHA on your behalf. Division of training to all workers or . Permanent partial ƒ Participate (or in a language and vocabula IX. Lack of Insurance disability – If an have your represen injury or illness results impairment of certain or Self-Insurance ry they can understa If an employer fails tative members of the in to participate) in an nd. be entitled to permanent body, an employee under the provisions provide workers’ compensation ƒ Prominently display may OSHA inspectio partial disability coverage are computed by benefits. Benefits this poster in the n and or the dependents of South Dakota law, an injured applying speak in private employee of a deceased employee workplace. percentage of impairment a determination of the employee’s to the inspector. the employer in may proceed against ƒ Post OSHA citations to the number of an action at law the table for full to recover damages weeks designated personal injury or disability of that at or near the place ƒ File a complain in for the death, or may elect body part. This number is then multiplied employer in circuit to proceed against the alleged violations of t with OSHA within by the compensation of weeks court under the the III‑D. Payments are rate as set forth provisions of the . compensation law 30 days (by in Section made on a weekly phone, online or workers’ as if the employer lump sum payment or bi‑weekly basis thereunder. The had elected to operate by mail) if you have unless a is allowed by the measure of benefits FREE ASSISTANCE Division. retaliated against been for the all medical expenses to identify and correct and twice the amount employee shall be Loss for using your rights. compensation allowed of disability or death hazards is available under the law. Weeks Thumb ƒ See any OSHA to small and mediumX. Administration citations issued 50 sized employers, First or index finger to your Our state’s workers’ without employe 35 citation or penalty, r. compensation law Second finger Division of Labor is administered by through OSHA-su and Management 30 Third finger pported consultat of the Department the and Regulation. ƒ Request copies All work‑related of Labor ion programs in every 20 injuries and diseases which require Fourth or little finger of your medical state. medical treatment, occupational records, tests 15 aid, or which incapacitate that measure hazards other than minor Great toe first the employee for seven calendar days in the workplac a period of at least 30 Any other toe must e, and the workplace injury the insurer or self‑insurer be reported to the Division. 10 In addition, Hand must file the following: and illness log. • Calculation of Compensation 150 Arm (Form DLR‑LM‑ 110) • Monthly Payment 200 Foot Reports (Form DLR‑LM‑107) This poster is available • Payment for Permanent 125 free from OSHA. Leg Partial Disability • (Form DLR‑ LM‑111) Payment for Rehabilitation 160 Sight of eye (Form DLR‑LM‑113) 150 XI. More Informatio Hearing one ear n Contact the Division 50 Hearing both ears of Labor and Management 150 at: SoUTh DAkoTA DEpArTmEnT For permanent disability of LAbor AnD from back injury rEGULATion miSSoUri rivEr pLAzA listed above, compensation or others is for that proportion not specifically which is represented 123 W. miSSoUri of 312 weeks AvE. by the percentage partial disability that such permanent piErrE SD 57501 bears to the body as a whole. Permanent total phonE: 605.773.368 disability – An employee 1 permanently disabled who is totally and fAx: 605.773.421 in terms of occupational 1 no longer perform capacity, or can Office Hours: Monday‑Frida services of any kind, which a reasonably extent and quality y, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. stable labor market for (CDT) Visit www.sdjobs.o to compensation exists, may be entitled rg at the weekly rate menu on the right. and click on Workers’ Compensation set forth in Section during the entire on the period III‑D Auxiliary aids and adjustment is provided. of disability. In addition, cost of services living The available upon request to with disabilities. review by the Department. benefits may, however, be individuals State subject to Labor and Regulation and federal laws require the Department Rehabilitation – to provide services An employee suffering without regard to to all qualified personsof occupational disease disablement from race, color, creed, or an injury, and an religion, age, sex, political affiliation her usual and customary unable to ancestry, or belief, national line of employment, return to his/ origin, or disability. receive disability is entitled to compensation at the rate provided III‑D during the period by Section rehabilitation which he or she is engaged in a program of is to suitable, substantial reasonably necessary for restoration and gainful employment. An injured Summary of Workers’

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EMPLOYEE RIGHTS

FEDERAL MINIMU M WAGE $7.25 PER HOUR BEGINNING JULY 24, 2009

An employee must be at least 16 years non‑farm jobs and old to work in most at least 18 to work in non‑farm jobs hazardous by the declared Secretary of Labor. Youths may work outside school hours in various 14 and 15 years old non‑mining, non‑hazardou non‑manufacturing, s jobs with certain restrictions. Different rules apply in agriculturalwork hours employment. TIP CREDIT Employers of “tipped employees” who may claim a partial meet certain conditions wage employees. Employers credit based on tips received by their must pay tipped of at least $2.13 employees a cash per hour if they wage claim a tip credit minimum wage against their obligation. If an employee’s the employer’s cash tips combined with wage of at least $2.13 per hour do the minimum hourly not equal wage, the employer difference. must make up the

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52 LABOR LAW POSTERS COLORADO

LABOR LAW POSTERS

Employment Security Act

Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

Department of Regulatory Agencies, Civil Rights Division

NOTICE TO WORKERS

Employment Laws

Pregnancy Accommodations NOTICE FOR EMPLOYERS TO USE IN ORDER TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH HB 16-1438 (PREGNANCY ACCOMMODATIONS): PREGNANT WORKERS FAIRNESS ACT C.R.S. § 24-34-402.3

YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE: • •

POSTER COMPLIANCE DATE 04/2019

Properly classified as an employee or an independent contractor Paid accurately and timely for the services you perform

The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act makes it a discriminatory or unfair employment practice if an employer fails to provide reasonable accommodations to an applicant or employee who is pregnant, physically recovering from childbirth, or a related condition.

Requirements: Under the Act, if an applicant or employee who is pregnant or has a condition related to pregnancy or childbirth requests an accommodation, an employer must engage in the interactive process with the applicant or employee and provide a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential functions of the applicant or employee’s job unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the employer’s business. The Act identifies reasonable accommodations as including, but not limited to: • provision of more frequent or longer break periods; • more frequent restroom, food, and water breaks; • acquisition or modification of equipment or seating; • limitations on lifting; • temporary transfer to a less strenuous or hazardous position if available, with return to the current position after pregnancy; • job restructuring; If you believe you have been improperly classified as an independent contractor and are really performing duties that fit the • light duty, if available; EPPA criteria of an employee, visit colorado.gov/cdle/TipForm, or call us at 303-318-9100 and select Option 4. To be classified as an United States Department of Labor • assistance with manual labor; or modified work schedule. employee, you must meet the criteria in Colorado Revised Statute 8-70-115. You can read the law online and find out more at The Act prohibits requiring an applicant or employee to accept an accommodation that the applicant or employeeRights has not requested or an Employee coloradoui.gov/ProperClassification. accommodation that is unnecessary for the applicant or the employee to perform the essential functions of the job. Protection Act Employee Polygraph Scope of accommodations required: The Act also permits polygraph testing, subject to restrictions, of certain employees of private firms who are The Employee Polygraph Protection Act prohibits most private employers from using lie detector As an employee, you are entitled to unemployment insurance benefits if you become unemployed through no fault of your own. An accommodation may not be deemed if the screening employer has tothehire new employees that the employerreasonably would not have otherwise suspected of involvement in ahired, workplace incident (theft, embezzlement, etc.) that resulted in economic tests eitherreasonable for pre‑employment or during course of employment. Your employer contributes to unemployment insurance and cannot deduct this from your wages. loss to the employer. discharge an employee, transfer another employee with more seniority, promote another employee who is not qualified to perform the new job, PROHIBITIONS create a new position for the employee, the employee paid leave beyond what provided The law doesemployees. not preempt any provision of any State or local law or any collective bargaining agreement which is Employersor areprovide generally prohibited from requiring or requesting any employee or jobisapplicant to taketo a liesimilarly situated If you become unemployed and wish to file for unemployment insurance benefits, go to coloradoui.gov and click on File a Claim. If more restrictive withaction respect torequiring lie detector tests. detector test, and must from discharging, disciplining, or discriminating against employee or prospective employee Under the Act, a reasonable accommodation not pose an “undue hardship” onanthe employer. Undue hardship refers to an your hours of work and pay are reduced, you may be entitled to partial unemployment benefits. POSTER COMPLIANCE DATE 08/2016 significant difficulty or expense toforthe refusing to take a testThe or forfollowing exercising other rights under Act. EXAMINEE RIGHTS employer. factors arethe considered in determining whether there is undue hardship to the Where polygraph tests are permitted, they are subject to numerous strict standards concerning the conduct and EXEMPTIONS employer: If you cannot access a computer, call one of the following numbers: 303-318-9000 (Denver-metro area) or 1-800-388-5515 (outside Federal, State and local governments are not affected by the law. Also, the law does not apply to tests given by the length of the test. Examinees have a number of specific rights, including the right to a written notice before • the nature and cost of accommodation; testing, the right to refuse or discontinue a test, and the right not to have test results disclosed to unauthorized Federal Government to certain private individuals engaged in national security-related activities. Denver-metro area); hearing impaired 303-318-9016 (TDD Denver-metro area) or 1-800-894-7730 (TDD outside Denver-metro area). persons. • the overall financial resources of the employer; The Act permits polygraph (a kind of lie detector) tests to be administered in the private sector, subject to restrictions, to certain prospective employees of security service firms (armored car, alarm, and guard), and of ENFORCEMENT • the overall size of the employer’s business; manufacturers, distributors • the accommodation’s effectpharmaceutical on expenses and resources orand itsdispensers. effect upon the operations of the employer; The Secretary of Labor may bring court actions to restrain violations and assess civil penalties against violators. FLSA Employees or job applicants may also bring their own court actions. United States Department of Labor If the employer has provided a similar accommodation to other classes the ActTOprovides that there is aEMPLOYEES rebuttable thatREADILY the SEE IT. THE of LAWemployees, REQUIRES EMPLOYERS DISPLAY THIS POSTER WHERE ANDpresumption JOB APPLICANTS CAN accommodation does not impose an undue hardship. Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act 7.3.5 Colorado Employment Security Act, 8-74-101(2); Regulations Concerning Employment Security 7.3.1 through Employers can download copies of this poster at coloradoui.gov/employer, Adverse action prohibited: 1‑866‑487‑9243 WAGEwho AND requests HOUR DIVISION DEPARTMENT LABOR FEDERAL MINIMUM WAGE then click on Forms / Publications. The Act prohibits an employer from takingOFadverse action against an employee or uses a reasonable accommodation and from denying TTY: 1-877-889-5627 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR employment opportunities to an applicant or employee based on the need UNITED to make a reasonable accommodation. www.dol.gov/whd WH1462 $7.25 PER HOUR REV. 07/2016 CO\CDLE COLORADO Notice: IT STARTS WITH YOU BEGINNING JULY 24, 2009 This written notice must be posted in a conspicuous area of the workplace. Employers must also provide written notice to new employees at the start Department of Building a better Colorado of employment and to current employees within 120 days of the Act’s August 10, 2016 effective date. The law requires employers to display this poster where employees can readily see it. Labor and Employment

There are resources available to you if you believe you are being subject to improper classification or inaccurate payment practices by your employer. For more information, go to WorkRight.cdle.co.

Minimum Wage

Employers are required to follow the law when paying hourly wages, overtime, and properly covering you for unemployment insurance and workers’ compensation purposes. As a worker, you have certain rights as an employee vs. independent contractor.

COLORADO MINIMUM WAGE ORDER 35 POSTER COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT, DIVISION OF LABOR STANDARDS AND STATISTICS

$11.10

Improper classification (often called misclassification) of employees as independent contractors and other labor law violations create many problems, both for law-abiding businesses and for workers in Colorado.

per hour effective January 1, 2019

FEDERAL

$9.30 per hour effective January 1, 2017

MINIMUM WAGE Minimum wage shall be paid to all adult employees and emancipated minors whether employed on an hourly, piecework, commission, time, task, or other basis. This minimum wage shall be paid to employees who receive the state or federal minimum wage.

WORKDAY Any consecutive twenty-four (24) hour period starting with the same hour each day and the same hour as the beginning of the workweek. The workday is set by the employer and may accommodate flexible work shift scheduling.

WORKWEEK Any consecutive seven (7) day period starting with the same calendar day and hour each week. A workweek is a fixed and recurring period of 168 hours, seven (7) consecutive twenty-four (24) hour periods.

OVERTIME Employees shall be paid time and one-half of the regular rate of pay for any work in excess of: (1) forty (40) hours per workweek; (2) twelve (12) hours per workday; or (3) twelve (12) consecutive hours without regard to the starting and ending time of the workday (excluding duty free meal periods), whichever calculation results in the greater payment of wages. Hours worked in two or more workweeks shall not be averaged for computation of overtime. Performance of work in two or more positions at different pay rates for the same employer shall be computed at the overtime rate based on the regular rate of pay for the position in which the overtime occurs, or at a weighted average of the rates for each position, as provided in the Fair Labor Standards Act.

TIPPED EMPLOYEE MINIMUM WAGE

$8.08 per hour effective January 1, 2019 $7.18 per hour effective January 1, 2018 $6.28 per hour effective January 1, 2017 A tipped employee is defined as any employee engaged in an occupation in which he or she customarily and regularly receives more than $30.00 a month in tips. Tips include amounts designated as a “tip” by credit card customers on their charge slips. Nothing herein contained shall prevent an employer covered hereby from requiring employees to share or allocate such tips or gratuities on a pre-established basis among other employees of said business who customarily and regularly receive tips. Employer-required sharing of tips with employees who do not customarily and regularly receive tips, such as management or food preparers, or deduction of credit card processing fees from tipped employees, shall nullify allowable tip credits towards the minimum wage authorized in

section 3(c). No more than $3.02 per hour in tip income may be used to offset the minimum wage of tipped employees.

Employment Laws

REST PERIODS Every employer shall authorize and permit rest periods, which insofar as practicable, shall be in the middle of each four (4) hour work period. A compensated ten (10) minute rest period for each four (4) hours or major fractions thereof shall be permitted for all employees. Such rest periods shall not be deducted from the employee’s wages. It is not necessary that the employee leave the premises for said rest period.

MEAL PERIODS Employees shall be entitled to an uninterrupted and “duty free” meal period of at least a thirty minute duration when the scheduled work shift exceeds five consecutive hours of work. The employees must be completely relieved of all duties and permitted to pursue personal activities to qualify as a non-work, uncompensated period of time. When the nature of the business activity or other circumstances exist that makes an uninterrupted meal period impractical, the employee shall be permitted to consume an “on-duty” meal while performing duties. Employees shall be permitted to fully consume a meal of choice “on the job” and be fully compensated for the “on-duty” meal period without any loss of time or compensation.

EMPLOYERS ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO POST THIS NOTICE

WHD

UNIFORMS Where the wearing of a particular uniform or special apparel is a condition of employment, the employer shall pay the cost of purchases, maintenance, and cleaning of the uniforms or special apparel. If the uniform furnished by the employer is plain and washable and does not need or require special care such as ironing, dry cleaning, pressing, etc., the employer need not maintain or pay for cleaning. An employer may require a reasonable deposit (up to one-half of actual cost) as security for the return of each uniform furnished to employees upon issuance of a receipt to the employee for such deposit. The entire deposit shall be returned to the employee when the uniform is returned. The cost of ordinary wear and tear of a uniform or special apparel shall not be deducted from the employee’s wages or deposit.

OVERTIME PAY CHILD LABOR

An employee must be at least 16 years old to work in most non-farm jobs and at least 18 to work in non-farm jobs declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. Youths 14 and 15ofyears old may work outside school hours in various Department Regulatory Agencies non-manufacturing, non-mining, non-hazardous jobs with certain work hours restrictions. Different rules apply in Civil Rightsagricultural Division employment. Aubrey Elenis, Colorado Civil Rights Division, TIP CREDIT Division Director Employers of “tipped employees” who meet certain conditions may claim a partial wage credit based on tips received Joe Neguse, Department Regulatory by their employees.ofEmployers must payAgencies, tipped employees a cash wage of at least $2.13 per hour if they claim a tip Executive Director credit against their minimum wage obligation. If an employee’s tips combined with the employer’s cash wage of at least $2.13 per hour do not equal the minimum hourly wage, the employer must make up the difference. John Hickenlooper, Governor NURSING MOTHERS

RECOVERY OF WAGES An employee receiving less than the legal minimum wage applicable to such employee is entitled to recover in a civil action the unpaid balance of the full amount of such minimum wage, together with reasonable attorney fees and court costs, notwithstanding any agreement to work for a lesser wage, pursuant to § 8-6-118 C.R.S. (2018). Alternatively, an employee may elect to pursue a minimum wage complaint through the division’s administrative procedure as described in the Colorado Wage Act, § 8-4-101, et seq., C.R.S. (2018).

The Department has authority to recover back wages and an equal amount in liquidated damages in instances of minimum wage, overtime, and other violations. The Department may litigate and/or recommend criminal prosecution. Employers may be assessed civil money penalties for each willful or repeated violation of the minimum wage or overtime pay provisions of the law. Civil money penalties may also be assessed for violations of the FLSA’s child labor provisions. Heightened civil money penalties may be assessed for each child labor violation that results in the death or serious injury of any minor employee, and such assessments may be doubled when the violations are determined to be willful or repeated. The law also prohibits retaliating against or discharging workers who file a complaint or participate in any proceeding under the FLSA.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • •

Special provisions apply to workers in American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

Some state laws provide greater employee protections; employers must comply with both.

the child’ s birth each employee hasfactors a need to express breast milk. Employers are also Discrimination based ontime thesuch following is illegal in the areas of:required to provide

Some employers incorrectly classify workers as “independent contractors” when they are actually employees under the FLSA. It is important to know the difference between the two because employees (unless exempt)

a place, other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public,

Employment are entitled to the FLSA’s minimum wage and overtime pay protections and correctly classified independent which may be used by the employee to express breast milk. are not. Race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation contractors (incl. transgender status), physical or mental disability, marriage to a co-worker and retaliation for engaging inCertain protected activity • full-time students, student learners, apprentices, and workers with disabilities may be paid less than (opposing a discriminatory practice or participating in an employment discrimination proceeding) the minimum wage under special certificates issued by the Department of Labor.

Housing 1‑866‑487‑9243 Race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation (incl. transgender status), physical WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TTY: 1-877-889-5627 or mental disability, marital status, families with children under the age of 18, and retaliation for engaging in UNITED STATES OF AMERICA UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR www.dol.gov/whd protected activity (opposing a discriminatory practice or participating in a housing discrimination proceeding)

Public Accommodation Race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation (incl. transgender status), marital status, and retaliation for engaging in protected activity (opposing a discriminatory FMLA practice or participating in a public accommodations discrimination proceeding)

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NOTICE: This state has its own minimum wage law. Employers are also required to display the federal Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act posting, which indicates the federal minimum wage. Where federal and state rates both apply to an employee, the U.S. Department of Labor dictates that the employee is entitled to the higher minimum wage rate.

The United States Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division

THIS NOTICE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

REGULATIONS PROMULGATED BY THE COLORADO CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION Employee Rights Under the Family and Medical Leave Act Payday

Payday Notice www.colorado.gov/cdle/labor

NOTICE OF PAYDAYS

EMPLOYEES ARE PAID ON REGULAR PAYDAYS AS FOLLOWS:

Every employer shall post and keep posted conspicuously at the place of work if practicable, or otherwise where it can be seen as employees come or go to their places of work, or at the office or nearest agency for payment kept by the employer a notice specifying the regular paydays and the time and place of payment, in accordance with the provisions of section 8-4-103, and also any changes concerning them that may occur from time to time.

To bond with a child (leave must be taken within 1 year of the child’s birth or placement);

determine if the leave (A) With respect to employers and employment agencies, such notices must be posted conspicuously inqualifies easilyfor FMLA protection. Sufficient information could include informing an employer that • To care for the employee’s spouse, child, or parent who has a qualifying serious health condition; employee is or willand be unable to perform his or her job functions, that a family member cannot perform daily accessible and well-lit places customarily frequented by employees and applicants forthe employment, at or • location For the employee’ s own qualifyingof serious health condition makes the employee unable to perform the activities, or that hospitalization or continuing medical treatment is necessary. Employees must inform the employer near each where services employees arethat performed.

(B) With respect toqualifying labor organizations, such notices must be posted conspicuously accessible and well-lit • For exigencies related to the foreign deployment of a military member who is the employee’s in easily Employers can require a certification or periodic recertification supporting the need for leave. If the employer places customarily frequented spouse, child, or parent. by members and applicants for membership.

employee’s job;

if the need for leave is for a reason for which FMLA leave was previously taken or certified.

employees may take leave intermittently or on a reduced schedule.

the employer must notify the employee if he or she is eligible for FMLA leave and, if eligible, must also provide a

Upon return from FMLA leave, most employees must be restored to the same job or one nearly identical to it with

lawsuit against an employer.

Rule 20.2 — Anti-Discrimination Notices in Housing. notice of rights and responsibilities under the FMLA. If the employee is not eligible, the employer must provide a Employees may choose, or an employer may require, use of accrued paid leave while taking FMLA leave. If an Every real estate broker or agent, home builder, home mortgage lender, and all other persons who transfer, rent, or employee substitutes accrued paid leave for FMLA leave, the employee must comply with the employer’s normal paid reason for ineligibility. finance real estate, shall post and maintain in all places where real estate transfers, rentals and loans are executed, leave policies. Employers must notify its employees if leave will be designated as FMLA leave, and if so, how much leave will be a notice that summarizes the discriminatory or unfair practices prohibited by the Law in housing. The Division shall designated as FMLA leave. BENEFITS & PROTECTIONS make a notice available for printing on its website or provide a copy upon request. The notices shall be posted While employees are on FMLA leave, employers continue health insurance coverage as if the employees were ENFORCEMENT and maintained in conspicuous, well-lit, andmust easily accessible places ordinarily frequented by prospective buyers, not on leave. Employees may file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, or may bring a private renters, borrowers, and the general public. Rule 20.3 —equivalent Photographs Employment. labor pay, benefits,of andApplicants other employmentfor terms and conditions. No employer, employment agency, The FMLAor does not affect any federal or state law prohibiting discrimination or supersede any state or local law or organizationAnshall suggest or require applicants employment or bargaining agreement that provides greater family or medical leave rights. employer may not interfere with anthat individual’ s FMLA rightssubmit or retaliatetheir againstphotographs someone for using orprior trying to to theircollective placement, unless is made based upon a Bona Qualification (BFOQ). use FMLA the leave,requirement opposing any practice unlawful by the FMLA, orFide being Occupational involved in any proceeding under or related to the FMLA.

You may file a Worker’s Claim for Compensation with the Division of Workers’ Compensation. To obtain forms or information regarding the workers’ compensation system, you may call Customer Service at 303.318.8700, or visit our website at: www.coworkforce.com/dwc/.

Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance coverage that employers must provide to their employees. The cost of workers’ compensation insurance is paid entirely by the employer and may not be deducted from an employee’s wages.

You have the right to be reemployed in your civilian job if you leave that job to perform service in the uniformed service and: • you ensure that your employer receives advance written or verbal notice of your service; • you have five years or less of cumulative service in the uniformed services while with that particular employer; • you return to work or apply for reemployment in a timely manner after conclusion of service; and • you have not been separated from service with a disqualifying discharge or under other than honorable conditions. If you are eligible to be reemployed, you must be restored to the job and benefits you would have attained if you had not been absent due to military service or, in some cases, a comparable job.

RIGHT TO BE FREE FROM DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION

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If you leave your job to perform military service, you have the right to elect to continue your existing employer-based health plan coverage for you and your dependents for up to 24 months while in the military. Even if you don’t elect to continue coverage during your military service, you have the right to be reinstated in your employer’s health plan when you are reemployed, generally without any waiting periods or exclusions (e.g., pre-existing condition exclusions) except for service-connected illnesses or injuries.

ENFORCEMENT •

The U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) is authorized to investigate and resolve complaints of USERRA violations. For assistance in filing a complaint, or for any other information on USERRA, contact VETS at 1‑866‑4‑USA‑DOL or visit its website at http://www.dol.gov/vets. An interactive online USERRA Advisor can be viewed at http://www.dol.gov/elaws/userra.htm. If you file a complaint with VETS and VETS is unable to resolve it, you may request that your case be referred to the Department of Justice or the Office of Special Counsel, as applicable, for representation. • You may also bypass the VETS process and bring a civil action against an employer for violations of USERRA. The rights listed here may vary depending on the circumstances. The text of this notice was prepared by VETS, and may be viewed on the internet at this address: http://www.dol.gov/vets/programs/userra/poster.htm. Federal law requires employers to notify employees of their rights under USERRA, and employers may meet this requirement by displaying the text of this notice where they customarily place notices for employees. U.S. Department of Labor • 1-866-487-2365 U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve • 1-800-336-4590 •

If you: • are a past or present member of the uniformed • are obligated to serve in the uniformed service; service; • have applied for membership in the uniformed service; or then an employer may not deny you: • initial employment; • promotion; or • reemployment; • any benefit of employment • retention in employment; because of this status. In addition, an employer may not retaliate against anyone assisting in the enforcement of USERRA rights, including testifying or making a statement in connection with a proceeding under USERRA, even if that person has no service connection.

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Rule 20.4 — Discriminatory Signage in Places of Public Accommodation. No person shall post or permit to be DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ELIGIBILITY posted in any place ofREQUIREMENTS public accommodation any sign which states or implies the following:UNITED STATES OF AMERICA An employee who works for a covered employer must meet three criteria in order to be eligible for FMLA leave. The WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE employee must:

For additional information or to file a complaint:

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Rule 20.5 - Preservation Records (A)atRetention • Have workedof for the employer for least 12 months;of Records During Processing of Charge. Whenever a U.S. Department of Labor • Wage and Hour Division • WH1420 charge of discrimination filedhours with the in Division, allbefore parties all relevant records, in their custody, • Have at leastis1,250 of service the 12 months takingshall leave;*maintain and control, or possession until final disposition. Relevant records include, but are not limited to, the following: • Work at a location where the employer has at least 50 employees within 75 miles of the employee’s worksite. personnel or employment records of a Charging Party and of all employees holding similar positions; applications *Special of service” requirements apply to airline for flightthe crew positions employees. sought by the Charging Party; payroll records; or test papers and“hours assessments of all candidates REV. 04/2016 handbooks; registration records; offers; leases; contracts; tenant files; rental applications; loan and purchase files; advertisements; data regarding protected classes; disability-related and medical records; policies and procedures; notices; phone records; bank and accounting records; photographs; videos; correspondence; emails; electronic records; and other business or institutional records relevant to the allegations of the charge. Final disposition of the EEO Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charge or complaint occurs when the statutory time periods for all appeals have expired. WC50 (B) Rebuttable Presumption. The failure to comply with this regulation create a rebuttable presumption that Equalshall Employment Opportunity is THE LAW the records contained information adverse to the interests of the non-compliant party.

COLORADO DIVISION OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

633 17Th STreeT, SuiTe 400, denver, co 80202-3626 Any information provided below comes from your employer and is specific to this place of employment:

If you are unable to work as the result of a work-related injury or occupational disease, compensation (wage replacement) benefits will be based on 2/3 of your average weekly wage up to a maximum set by law. No compensation is payable for the first 3 days’ disability unless the period of disability exceeds two weeks.

history); and requests for or receipt of genetic services by applicants, Private Employers, State and Local Governments, www.dora.colorado.gov/crd Educational Institutions, Employment Agencies and employees, or their family members. 1560 Broadway, SuiTe 1050, denver, co 80202, Phone : 303.894.2997, Fax: 303.894.7830, RETALIATION Labor Organizations All of these Federal laws prohibit covered entities from retaliating against a ree: 800.262.4845, 711state and local Toll  FApplicants to and employees of most v/Tdd private employers,

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governments, educational institutions, employment agencies and labor organizations are protected under Federal law from discrimination on the following bases:

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RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, protects applicants and employees from discrimination in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), or national origin. Religious discrimination includes failing to reasonably accommodate an employee’s religious practices where the accommodation does not impose undue hardship.

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DISABILITY

Title I and Title V of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, protect qualified individuals from discrimination on the basis of disability in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. Disability discrimination includes not making reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified individual with a disability who is an applicant or employee, barring undue hardship.

AGE

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, protects applicants and employees 40 years of age or older from discrimination based on age in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment.

SEX (WAGES)

In addition to sex discrimination prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as amended, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, as amended, prohibits sex discrimination in the payment of wages to women and men performing substantially equal work, in jobs that require equal skill, effort, and responsibility, under similar working conditions, in the same establishment.

GENETICS

Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 protects applicants and employees from discrimination based on genetic information in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. GINA also restricts employers’ acquisition of genetic information and strictly limits disclosure of genetic information. Genetic information includes information about genetic tests of applicants, employees, or their family members; the manifestation of diseases or disorders in family members (family medical

from active duty), other protected veterans (veterans who served during a war or in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign badge has been authorized), and Armed Forces service medal veterans (veterans who, while on active duty, participated in a U.S. military operation for which an Armed Forces service medal was awarded).

Employers must:

ƒ A safe workplace.

ƒ Raise a safety or health concern with your employer or OSHA, or report a workrelated injury or illness, without being retaliated against.

ƒ Receive information and training on job hazards, including all hazardous substances in your workplace.

ƒ Request a confidential OSHA inspection of your workplace if you believe there are unsafe or unhealthy conditions. You have the right to have a representative contact OSHA on your behalf.

ƒ Provide employees a workplace free from recognized hazards. It is illegal to retaliate against an employee for using any of their rights under the law, including raising a health and safety concern with you or with OSHA, or reporting a work-related injury or illness.

ƒ Notify OSHA within 8 hours of a workplace fatality or within 24 hours of any work-related inpatient hospitalization, amputation, or loss of an eye.

ƒ Provide required training to all workers in a language and vocabulary they can understand.

ƒ Post OSHA citations at or near the place of the alleged violations. REV. 05/1999 On-Site Consultation services are available to small and medium-sized employers, without citation or penalty, through OSHA-supported ƒ See any OSHA citations issued to your consultation programs in every state. To update your employment law posters contact SCAN employer. J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. ƒ File a complaint with OSHA within 30 days (by phone, online or by mail) if you have been retaliated against for using your rights.

person who files a charge of discrimination, participates in a discrimination TWO ways to proceeding, or otherwise opposes an unlawful employment practice. RETALIATION REV. 08/05/2016 verify Retaliation is prohibited against a person who files a complaint of poster compliance! discrimination, participates in an OFCCP proceeding, or otherwise opposes There are strict time limits for filing charges of employment discrimination. JJKeller.com/employmentlaw discrimination under these Federal laws. To preserve the ability of EEOC to act on your behalf and to protect your right ƒ Request copies of your medical records, tests JJKeller.com/LLPverify 800-327-6868 Any person who believes a contractor has violated its nondiscrimination ENTER or to file a private This lawsuit,poster should you ultimately need to, you should contact is in compliance with state posting requirements. that measure hazards in the workplace, and affirmative action obligations under the authorities above should contact Enter: 44187-042019 EEOC promptly when discrimination is suspected: immediately: The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the workplace injury and illness log. The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), U.S. 1-800-669-4000 (toll-free) or 1-800-669-6820 (toll-free TTY number for Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. individuals with hearing impairments). EEOC field office information is 20210, 1-800-397-6251 (toll-free) or (202) 693-1337 (TTY). OFCCP may also available at www.eeoc.gov or in most telephone directories in the U.S. This poster is available free from OSHA. be contacted by e-mail at OFCCP-Public@dol.gov, or by calling an OFCCP Government or Federal Government section. Additional information regional or district office, listed in most telephone directories under U.S. about EEOC, including information about charge filing, is available at Government, Department of Labor. www.eeoc.gov.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU BELIEVE DISCRIMINATION HAS OCCURRED

Employers Holding Federal Contracts or Subcontracts Applicants to and employees of companies with a Federal government contract or subcontract are protected under Federal law from discrimination on the following bases:

RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN

Executive Order 11246, as amended, prohibits job discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin, and requires affirmative action to ensure equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment.

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, protects qualified individuals from discrimination on the basis of disability in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. Disability discrimination includes not making reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified individual with a disability who is an applicant or employee, barring undue hardship. Section 503 also requires that Federal contractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities at all levels of employment, including the executive level.

DISABLED, RECENTLY SEPARATED, OTHER PROTECTED, AND ARMED FORCES SERVICE MEDAL VETERANS

The Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended, 38 U.S.C. 4212, prohibits job discrimination and requires affirmative action to employ and advance in employment disabled veterans, recently separated veterans (within three years of discharge or release

RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX

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INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of disability in any program or activity which receives Federal financial assistance. Discrimination is prohibited in all aspects of employment against persons with disabilities who, with or without reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential functions of the job. If you believe you have been discriminated against in a program of any institution which receives Federal financial assistance, you should immediately contact the Federal agency providing such assistance. EEOC 9/02 and OFCCP 8/08 Versions Useable With 11/09 Supplement EEOC-P/E-1 REV. 11/2009

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Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance In addition to the protections of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin in programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance. Employment discrimination is covered by Title VI if the primary objective of the financial assistance is provision of employment, or where employment discrimination causes or may cause discrimination in providing services under such programs. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs or activities which receive Federal financial assistance.

This poster is in compliance with federal posting requirements.

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Federal Labor Law Posters

ƒ Comply with all applicable OSHA standards.

ƒ Prominently display this poster in the workplace.

ƒ Participate (or have your representative participate) in an OSHA inspection and speak in private to the inspector.

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determines that the certification is incomplete, it must provide a written notice indicating what additional

information in is required. (C) With respect placeswho ofispublic such notices must bealsoposted easily An eligibletoemployee a covered accommodation, servicemember’s spouse, child, parent, or next of kin may take up toconspicuously 26 weeksand of FMLA leave in places a single 12-month period to care for the servicemember with a serious injuryservices, or illness. purchases, accessible well-lit customarily frequented by people seeking facilities, EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES privileges, advantages or to accommodations offered to the general public. An employee does not need use leave in one block. When it is medically necessary or otherwise permitted, Once an employer becomes aware that an employee’s need for leave is for a reason that may qualify under the FMLA,

COLORADO WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INFORMATION

You are entitled to reasonable and necessary medical treatment of compensable injuries or occupational diseases. If you notify your employer of an injury or occupational disease and are not offered medical care, you may select the services of a licensed physician or chiropractor.

REV. 07/2016

Place:

Workers’ Comp.

If you are injured or sustain an occupational disease while at work, you may be entitled to compensation benefits as provided by law. WRITTEN NOTICE MUST BE GIVEN TO YOUR EMPLOYER WITHIN 4 WORKING DAYS OF THE ACCIDENT. If you don’t report your injury or occupational disease promptly your benefits may be reduced.

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Time:

This form is provided as a courtesy by the Colorado Division of Labor. Other Notice of Paydays Posters may be acceptable provided that they contain the elements and information required by 8-4-107, C.R.S.

Pay periods can be no greater duration than a calendar month or 30 days, whichever is longer. Paydays must occur no later than 10 days following the close of each pay period. 8-4-103, C.R.S.

Your employer has workers’ compensation coverage for employees through:

USERRA protects the job rights of individuals who voluntarily or involuntarily leave employment positions to undertake military service or certain types of service in the National Disaster Medical System. USERRA also prohibits employers from discriminating against past and present members of the uniformed services, and applicants to the uniformed services. REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS HEALTH INSURANCE PROTECTION

Rule 20.1 —LEAVE Anti-Discrimination Notices in Employment and Places of Public Accommodation. ENTITLEMENTS REQUESTINGEvery LEAVE employer, employment organization, public accommodation shall postemployees and maintain Eligible employeesagency, who work forlabor a covered employer can takeand up to place 12 weeksof of unpaid, job-protected leave in a Generally, must give 30-days’ advance notice of the need for FMLA leave. If it is not possible to give at its establishment a notice that summarizes the discriminatory or unfair practices prohibited bynotice, the Law in must notify the employer as soon as possible and, generally, follow the employer’s 12-month period for the following reasons: 30-days’ an employee employment• and The places public accommodation. The Division printing on its usualfor procedures. birth ofof a child or placement of a child for adoption or foster care; shall make a notice available website or provide a copy upon request. Employees do not have to share a medical diagnosis, but must provide enough information to the employer so it can

Department of Labor and Employment, Division of Labor

In accordance with 8-4-107, C.R.S.:

United States Department of Labor

Your Rights Under USERRA The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act

WARNING IF YOU ARE INJURED ON THE JOB, WRITTEN NOTICE OF YOUR INJURY MUST BE GIVEN TO YOUR EMPLOYER WITHIN FOUR WORKING DAYS AFTER THE ACCIDENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 8-43-102(1) AND (1.5), COLORADO REVISED STATUTES. Job Safety and Health IT’S THE IF THE INJURY RESULTS FROM YOURLAW! USE OF ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, YOUR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION DISABILITY BENEFITS MAY BE REDUCED BY ONE-HALF IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 8-42-112.5, COLORADO REVISED STATUTES.

Certain occupations and establishments are exempt from the minimum wage, and/or overtime pay provisions.

This Establishment Complies with the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Laws

The FLSA requires employers to provide reasonable break time for a nursing mother employee who is subject to the FLSA’s overtime requirements in order for the employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for one year after

DUAL JURISDICTION Whenever employers are subject to both federal and Colorado law, the law providing greater protection or setting the higher standard shall apply. For information on federal law contact the nearest office of the U. S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, 1999 Broadway, Suite 710, Denver, CO 80201-6550. Telephone (720) 264-3250.

MUST BE POSTED IN AN AREA FREQUENTED BY EMPLOYEES WHERE IT MAY BE EASILY READ www.colorado.gov/cdle/labor | 303-318-8441 | 1-888-390-7936

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At least 1½ times the regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek.

OSHA 3165-04R 2019

$10.20 per hour effective January 1, 2018 In addition to state minimum wage requirements, there are also federal minimum wage requirements. If an employee is covered by both state and federal minimum wage laws, the law which provides a higher minimum wage or sets a higher standard shall apply. Colorado Minimum Wage Order Number 35 regulates wages, hours, overtime, and working conditions for covered employees in the following industries: Retail and Service, Commercial Support Service, Food and Beverage, and Health and Medical.

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PERRP Public Employment Safety and Health Protection on the Job

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All Ohio public employees have the right to: •

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DERECHOS DEL TRABAJADOR

La igualdad de oportunidades de empleo es LA LEY

SEGÚN ORDEN EJECUTIVA 13658

Empleadores privados, gobiernos locales y estatales, instituciones educativas, agencias de empleo y organizaciones de trabajo

SALARIO MÍNIMO FEDERAL PARA CONTRATISTAS

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Los postulantes y empleados de la mayoría de los empleadores privados, los gobiernos locales y estatales, las instituciones educativas, las agencias de empleo y las organizaciones de trabajo están protegidos por la ley federal contra la discriminación en función de:

POR HORA EN VIGOR DEL 1º DE ENERO DE 2019 AL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2019

RAZA, COLOR, RELIGIÓN, SEXO, PROCEDENCIA

La ley exige que ciertos empleadores exhiban este cartel donde sea visible por los empleados. SALARIO MÍNIMO

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EXCLUSIONES

La Orden ejecutiva 13658 (EO) exige que los contratistas federales les paguen a los trabajadores que estén haciendo trabajo para o en conexión con los contratos cubiertos por el gobierno federal, por lo menos: (1) $10.10 por hora a partir del 1º de enero de 2015, y (2) a partir del 1° de enero de 2016, y anualmente de ahí en adelante, un importe de ajuste por inflación determinado por la Secretaría de Trabajo según la Orden ejecutiva y regulaciones apropiadas. El salario mínimo por hora establecido en la orden ejecutiva en vigor entre el 1° de enero de 2019 y el 31 de diciembre de 2019 es $10.60. Los empleados cubiertos que reciben propina deben recibir un salario en efectivo de por lo menos $7.40 por hora, en vigor del 1° de enero de 2019 al 31 de diciembre de 2019. Si las propinas de un trabajador en combinación con el salario en efectivo exigido de por lo menos $7.40 por hora pagado por el contratista no equivalen al salario mínimo por hora establecido en la orden ejecutiva para contratistas, el contratista debe aumentar el salario en efectivo pagado para cubrir la diferencia. También se deben cumplir otras condiciones. •

APLICACIÓN DE LA LEY

La División de Salarios y Horarios (Wage and Hour Division, WHD) del Departamento del Trabajo tiene la responsabilidad de hacer cumplir la EO. El personal de WHD puede responder preguntas, en persona o por teléfono, sobre sus derechos y protecciones en el lugar de trabajo. Podemos investigar a los empleadores y recuperar los salarios a los que tengan derecho los trabajadores, y aplicar las sanciones apropiadas a los contratistas cubiertos. Todos los servicios son gratuitos y confidenciales. La ley también prohíbe discriminar o despedir a los trabajadores que presenten una queja o participen en un procedimiento bajo la EO. Si usted no puede presentar una queja en inglés, WHD aceptará la queja en cualquier idioma. Puede encontrar la oficina de WHD más cercana en: https://www.dol.gov/whd/local/.

INFORMACIÓN ADICIONAL

Algunos trabajadores que dan apoyo "en conexión con" los contratos cubiertos por menos del 20 % de sus horas trabajadas en una semana podrían no tener derecho al salario mínimo establecido en la orden ejecutiva.

Ciertos principiantes, aprendices y estudiantes a tiempo completo que están empleados bajo certificados de salario submínimo no tienen derecho al salario mínimo establecido en la orden ejecutiva.

Los trabajadores empleados con contratos para servicios recreativos por temporada o alquiler de equipo recreativo por temporada para el público general en tierras federales, a excepción de cuando los trabajadores estén prestando servicios asociados con servicios de alimento o alojamiento, no tienen derecho al salario mínimo establecido en la EO.

También están exentos de la orden ejecutiva otros puestos de trabajo y trabajadores.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

La EO se aplica solo a los nuevos contratos de servicios y construcción federales, según lo define la Secretaría en los reglamentos.

Los trabajadores con discapacidades cuyos salarios están regidos por certificados especiales emitidos según la sección 14(c) de la Ley Federal de Normas Justas de Trabajo deben recibir no menos de la tasa de salario de la EO mínima completa.

Algunas leyes estatales o locales podrían ofrecer mayor protección al trabajador; los empleadores deben cumplir ambas.

Puede encontrar más información sobre la EO en: www.dol.gov/whd/flsa/eo13658.

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No se le puede pagar menos de la tasa de pago indicada en la Decisión de Salarios Davis-Bacon fijada con este Aviso para el trabajo que Ud. desempeña.

SOBRETIEMPO

Se le ha de pagar no menos de tiempo y medio de su tasa básica de pago por todas las horas trabajadas en exceso de 40 en una semana laboral. Existen pocas excepciones.

CUMPLIMIENTO

Se pueden retener pagos por contratos para asegurarse que los obreros reciban los salarios y el pago de sobretiempo debidos, y se podría aplicar daños y perjuicios si no se cumple con las exigencias del pago de sobretiempo. Las cláusulas contractuales de Davis-Bacon permiten la terminación y exclusión de contratistas para efectuar futuros contratos federales hasta tres años. El contratista que falsifique los registros certificados de las nóminas de pago o induzca devoluciones de salarios puede ser sujeto a procesamiento civil o criminal, multas y/o encarcelamiento.

APRENDICES PAGO APROPIADO

Además de las protecciones establecidas en el Título VII de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964 y sus modificaciones, el Título VI de dicha ley, con sus modificaciones, prohíbe la discriminación por raza, color o procedencia en los programas o las actividades que reciban asistencia financiera federal. La discriminación laboral está cubierta por el Título VI si el objetivo principal de la asistencia financiera es brindar empleo, o si la discriminación laboral provoca o puede provocar discriminación cuando se proporcionan los servicios de dichos programas. El Título IX de las Reformas Educativas de 1972 prohíbe la discriminación laboral según el sexo en los programas o las actividades educativas que reciben asistencia financiera federal.

PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDADES

La Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, con sus modificaciones, prohíbe la discriminación laboral por discapacidad en cualquier programa o actividad que reciba asistencia financiera federal. Queda prohibida la discriminación en todos los aspectos laborales contra las personas discapacitadas que, con o sin adaptaciones razonables, pueden desempeñar las funciones esenciales del trabajo. Si cree que ha sido víctima de discriminación en algún programa de una institución que reciba asistencia financiera federal, debe comunicarse de inmediato con la agencia federal que brinda dicha asistencia. Versiones utilizables de la EEOC 9/02 y la OFCCP 8/08 con el Suplemento 11/09 EEOC-P/E-1

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“IOE es la Ley” Cartel Suplementario

El Decreto Ejecutivo 11246, en su forma enmendada, protege a los solicitantes y empleados de la discriminación por motivo de investigar, revelar o discutir su compensación o la compensación de otros solicitantes y empleados.

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La sección de Personas con Discapacidades está revisada de la siguiente manera:

PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDADES

La sección 503 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, en su forma enmendada, protege a personas calificadas con discapacidades de la discriminación en la contratación, promoción, despido, pago, beneficios adicionales, capacitación laboral, clasificación, referencia, y otros aspectos del empleo.

DERECHOS DEL TRABAJADOR

La discriminación por discapacidad incluye, el no realizar una adaptación razonable a las limitaciones físicas o mentales conocidas de un individuo calificado con discapacidad, ya sea un solicitante o empleado, salvo una carga excesiva para el empleador. La sección 503 también requiere que los contratistas federales tomen acción afirmativa para contratar y ayudar a progresar a individuos calificados con discapacidades en todos los niveles de empleo, incluido el nivel ejecutivo.

La sección Veteranos con Discapacidades Especiales, de la Era de Vietnam está revisada de la siguiente manera:

VETERANOS PROTEGIDOS

La Ley de Asistencia de Reajuste de los Veteranos de la Era de Vietnam de 1974, en su forma enmendada, 38 USC 4212, prohíbe la discriminación laboral y requiere la acción afirmativa para reclutar, contratar, y progresar en el empleo, a favor de los veteranos discapacitados, veteranos recientemente separados (es decir, dentro de los tres años de la descarga o liberación del servicio activo), veteranos en servicio activo en tiempos de guerra, veteranos insignia de campaña y veteranos de las fuerzas armadas con medalla de servicio.

Suplemento Obligatorio para la CIOE P/E-1(Revisado el 11/09) “IOE es la Ley” Cartel. Si usted cree que ha experimentado discriminación, contáctese con la OFCCP: 1-800-397-6251 | TTY 1-877-889-5627 | www.dol.gov.

SEGÚN ORDEN EJECUTIVA 13706

LICENCIA REMUNERADA POR ENFERMEDAD PARA CONTRATISTAS FEDERALES

Transparencia en el pago Disposición sobre no discriminación

LICENCIA REMUNERADA POR ENFERMEDAD DE 1 HORA POR CADA 30 HORAS TRABAJADAS, HASTA 56 HORAS CADA AÑO LICENCIA REMUNERADA POR ENFERMEDAD

La orden ejecutiva 13706, que establece licencia remunerada por enfermedad para contratistas federales, requiere que ciertos empleadores que tienen contratos con el gobierno federal ofrezcan a los empleados que trabajen en esos contratos o en conexión con estos 1 hora de licencia remunerada por enfermedad por cada 30 horas que trabajen, hasta 56 horas de licencia remunerada por enfermedad cada año. Se debe permitir a los empleados que usen la licencia remunerada por enfermedad para sus propias enfermedades, lesiones u otras necesidades relacionadas con la salud, incluso cuidado preventivo; para ayudar a un miembro de la familia que esté enfermo, lesionado o tenga otras necesidades relacionadas con la salud, incluso tratamiento preventivo; o a raíz de ayudar a un familiar que sea víctima de violencia doméstica, asalto sexual o acoso. Se requiere que los empleadores informen a los empleados del saldo de su licencia remunerada por enfermedad y deben aprobar todas las solicitudes válidas para usar la licencia remunerada por enfermedad. También rigen las reglas sobre cuándo y cómo los empleados deben pedir su licencia remunerada por enfermedad. Puede encontrar más información sobre los requisitos de la licencia remunerada por enfermedad en www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts/eo13706

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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APLICACIÓN DE LA LEY

La División de Salarios y Horarios (Wage and Hour Division, WHD), la cual es responsable por asegurarse de que los empleadores cumplan con la Orden Ejecutiva 13706, tiene oficinas por todo el país. El personal de WHD puede responder preguntas, en persona o por teléfono, sobre sus derechos y protecciones en el lugar de trabajo. WHD puede investigar a los empleadores y recuperar los salarios a los que tengan derecho los trabajadores. Todos los servicios son gratuitos y confidenciales. Si usted no puede presentar una queja en inglés, WHD aceptará la queja en cualquier idioma.

Algunas leyes estatales y locales también requieren que los empleados reciban licencia remunerada por enfermedad. Los empleadores deben cumplir con todos los requisitos aplicables.

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LEY DE CONTRATOS POR SERVICIOS (SCA-SIGLAS EN INGLÉS) LEY DE CONTRATOS PÚBLICOS (PCA-SIGLAS EN INGLÉS)

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS

Su tasa de pago no puede ser inferior al salario mínimo establecido por la Ley de Normas Justas de Trabajo (FLSA-siglas en inglés).

Las determinaciones de salarios bajo SCA pueden exigir pagos de beneficios adicionales (o un equivalente en efectivo). Contratos bajo PCA no exigen beneficios adicionales.

PAGO DE SOBRETIEMPO Se le ha de pagar tiempo y medio (1.5) de su tasa básica de pago por todas las horas trabajadas en exceso de 40 por semana. Existen algunas excepciones. UNDER THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT TRABAJO DE MENORES

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS ON GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PERFORMING GOVERNMENT CONTRACT WORK SUBJECT TO:

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SERVICE CONTRACT ACT (SCA) PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT (PCA)

Favor de ponerse en contacto con la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacionales (OSHA-siglas en inglés) llamando al 1-800-321-OSHA (1-800-321-6742), o

visitando www.osha.gov Under the NLRA, you have the right to: • Organize a union to negotiate with your employer concerning your wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DIVISIÓN DE HORAS Y SALARIOS employment. WHD DEPARTAMENTO DE TRABAJO DE LOS EE.UU. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA • Form, join or assist a union. • Bargain collectively through representatives of employees’ own choosing for a contract with your employer setting your wages, benefits, hours, and other working conditions. DEPARTAMENTO DE TRABAJO EEUU • Discuss your terms and conditions of employment or union organizing with your co-workers or aDE union. El propósito de lo que se presenta a continuación es aconsejar a contratistas sujetos a la Ley Walsh-Healey De Contratos Públicos o a laamong Ley de Contratos por means, Servicios sobre las provisiones principales de estas dos leyes. • Take action with one or more co-workers to improve your working conditions by, other raising work-related complaints directly with your employer or with a government agency, seeking helpSOBRE from aCONTRATOS union. LEYand WALSH-HEALEY PÚBLICOS generales — Esta ley se aplica a contratos que exceden, o que puedan exceder, $10,000 • Strike and picket, depending on the purpose or means of the strikeProvisiones or the picketing. contratados por cualquier agencia o entidad de los Estados Unidos para la fabricación o para proveer • Choose not to do any of these activities, including joining or remaining a member a union. materiales, provisiones,of artículos o equipo. La Ley establece salario mínimo, horas máximas, y normas

FRINGE BENEFITS SCA wage determinations may require fringe benefit payments (or a cash equivalent). PCA contracts do not require fringe benefits. OVERTIME PAY

You must be paid 1.5 times your basic rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 in a week. There are some exceptions.

CHILD LABOR

No person under 16 years of age may be employed on a PCA contract.

SAFETY & HEALTH Work must be performed under conditions that are sanitary, and not hazardous or dangerous to employees’ health and safety. ENFORCEMENT

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Specific DOL agencies are responsible for the administration of these laws. To file a complaint or obtain information, contact the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) by calling its toll-free help line at 1-866-4-USWAGE (1-866-487-9243), or visit www.dol.gov/whd Contact the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) by calling 1-800-321-OSHA (1-800-321-6742), or visit www.osha.gov

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WALSH-HEALEY PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT General Provisions — This act applies to contracts which exceed or may exceed $10,000 entered into by any agency or instrumentality of the United States for the manufacture or furnishing of materials, supplies, articles, or equipment. The act establishes minimum wage, maximum hours, and safety and health standards for work on such contracts, and prohibits the employment on contract work of convict labor (unless certain conditions are met) and children under 16 years of age. The employment of homeworkers (except homeworkers with disabilities employed under the provisions of Regulations, 29 CFR Part 525) on a covered contract is not permitted.

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DE EDAD The NLRA guarantees the right of employees to organize and bargain collectively with their employers, and to engage in other protected concerted activity. Employees covered by the NLRA* are protected from certain types of employer and El trabajo ha deobligations desempeñarse bajo higiénicas y no arriesgadas o peligrosas para la salud y seguridad del empleado. SEGURIDAD Y SANIDAD union misconduct. This Notice gives you general information about your rights, and about the of condiciones employers and unions under the NLRA. Contact the National Labor Relations Board, the Federal agency that investigates and La responsabilidad para la administración de estas leyes le corresponde a ciertas agencias específicas del Departamento de Trabajo (DOL–siglas en inglés). Para sentar una CUMPLIMIENTO resolves complaints under the NLRA, using the contact information supplied below, ifdenuncia you uhave any questions about obtener información, gavor de ponerse en contacto con la División de Horas y Salarios (WHD-siglas en inglés para la Sección) llamando gratuitamente a la línea specific rights that may apply in your particular workplace. de asistencia 1-866-4-USWAGE (1-866- 487-9243), o visitando www.dol.gov/whd

has determined to be prevailing in the locality for the classification in which the employee is working or the wage rates and fringe benefits (including any accrued or prospective wage rates and fringe benefits) contained in a predecessor contractor’s collective bargaining agreement. The wage rates and fringe benefits required are usually specified in the contract but in no case may employees doing work necessary for the performance of the contract be paid less than the minimum wage established in section 6(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Service contracts which do not exceed $2,500 are not subject to prevailing rate determinations or to the safety and health requirements of the act. However, the act does require that employees performing work on such contracts be paid not less than the minimum wage rate established in section 6(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Overtime — The Fair Labor Standards Act and the Contract Work Hours Safety Standards Act may require the payment of overtime at time and one-half the regular rate of pay for

In addition to its coverage of prime contractors, the act under certain circumstances applies to secondary contractors performing work under contracts awarded by the Government prime contractor. All provisions of the act except the safety and health requirements are administered by the Wage and Hour Division. Minimum Wage — Covered employees must currently be paid not less than the Federal minimum wage established in section 6(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Under the NLRA, it is illegal for your employer to: • Prohibit you from soliciting for a union during non-work time, such as before or after work or during break times; or from distributing union literature during non-work time, in non-work areas, such as parking lots or break rooms. • Question you about your union support or activities in a manner that discourages you from engaging in that activity. • Fire, demote, or transfer you, or reduce your hours or change your shift, or otherwise take adverse action against you, or threaten to take any of these actions, because you join or support a union, or because you engage in concerted activity for mutual aid and protection, or because you choose not to engage in any such activity. • Threaten to close your workplace if workers choose a union to represent them. • Promise or grant promotions, pay raises, or other benefits to discourage or encourage union support. • Prohibit you from wearing union hats, buttons, t-shirts, and pins in the workplace except under special circumstances. • Spy on or videotape peaceful union activities and gatherings or pretend to do so.

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sanidad de la Ley Walsh-Healey Sobre Contratos Públicos. If you and your coworkers select a union to act as your Avisos — Durante el período en que se realiza trabajo bajo un contrato sujeto a la ley, el contratista collective bargaining representative, your employer and the ha de colocar ejemplares del Aviso A Empleados Trabajando Bajo Contratos Gubernamentales en varios sitosrequired para que los empleados puedan ejemplar o a la salida de su sitio de union are to bargain inobservar goodunfaith in en a camino genuine empleo. effort to reach a written, binding agreement setting your La Responsabilidad de Contratistas Secundarios — Los contratistas primarios tienen terms and conditions of employment. The union is required responsabilidad legal sobre infracciones de la ley cometidas por sus contratistas secundarios bajo el to fairly you in bargaining and enforcing the alcancerepresent de esta ley. agreement.

LA LEY DE CONTRATOS POR SERVICIOS

Provisiones Generales — La Ley De Contratos Por Servicios se aplica a todo contrato concedido

Illegal conduct will not be permitted. If you believe your rights or the rights others have been violated, you should por los Estadosof Unidos o el Distrito de Columbia, cuyo propósito principal sea proveer servicios en Estados Unidos con el empleo de empleados presten servicios. Contratistas y subcontratistas contact the NLRB promptly to protect your rights, generally within six los months of the unlawful activity.queYou may inquire about realizando trabajo bajo dichos contratos federales han de cumplir con las normas de salario mínimo, possible violations without your employer or anyone else being informed of ythe inquiry. Charges mayregistros, be filed byque any person seguridad sanidad, además de mantener ciertos a menos se aplique una exención específica. and need not be filed by the employee directly affected by the violation. The NLRB may order an employer to rehire a worker fired in violation of the law and to pay lost wages and benefits, and may order an employer or union to cease violating the law. Employees should seek assistance from the nearest regional NLRB office, which can be found on the Agency’s website: www.nlrb.gov.

Overtime — Covered workers must be paid at least one and one-half times their basic rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 a week. Overtime is due on the basis of the total hours spent in all work, Government and non-Government, performed by the employee in any week in which covered work is performed. Child Labor — Employers may protect themselves against unintentional child labor violations by obtaining certificates of age. State employment or age certificates are acceptable.

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Salarios y Beneficios Adicionales — A todo empleado que preste servicios para desempeñar cualquier trabajo en un contrato gubernamental por servicios en exceso de $2,500 se le ha de pagar no menos de las tasas monetarias, y se le ha de proporcionar los beneficios adicionales, que el/la Secretario(a) de Trabajo haya determinado prevalecientes en la localidad para la clasificación bajo la cual el empleado esté trabajando o las tasas de pago y beneficios adicionales (incluyendo cualquier tasa de pago y beneficios adicionales acumulados o anticipados) contenidos en el acuerdo colectivo del contratista antecesor. Se suele especificar en el contrato las tasas de pago y los beneficios adicionales exigidos. No obstante, bajo ninguna situación se permite pagar menos del salario mínimo establecido en la división 6(a)(1) de la Ley de Normas Justas de Trabajo a empleados desempeñando trabajo necesario para el cumplimiento del contrato. Contratos por servicios que no excedan $2,500 no están sujetos a las determinaciones de tasas prevalecientes o a las exigencias de seguridad y sanidad de la ley. No obstante, la ley sí exige que se les pague a empleados desempeñando trabajo bajo dichos contratos no menos del salario mínimo establecido por la división 6(a)(1) de la Ley de Normas Justas de Trabajo. Sobretiempo — La Ley de Normas Justas de Trabajo y la Ley Sobre Horas Laborales y Normas de Seguridad Para Contratos pueden exigir el pago de sobretiempo a tiempo y medio de la tasa regular de pago por toda hora trabajada para el contrato en exceso de 40 horas por semana. La Ley Sobre Horas Laborales y Normas de Seguridad Para Contratos tiene menos alcance que la Ley de Normas Justas de Trabajo y generalmente se aplica a contratos del Gobierno en exceso de $100,000 que exigen o incluyen el empleo de obreros, mecánicos, guardias, serenos. Seguridad y Sanidad — La ley especifica que ninguna parte de los servicios prestados bajo contratos en exceso de $2,500 debe realizarse en edificios o sitios o bajo condiciones laborales, proporcionadas por o bajo el control o supervisión del contratista o subcontratista, que sean insalubres, arriesgadas o peligrosas para la salud y seguridad de los empleados ocupados en la ejecución del contrato. La Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacionales administra las provisiones de seguridad y sanidad de la Ley De Contratos Por Servicios. Aviso a los Empleados — En la fecha que comience a trabajar un empleado prestando servicios bajo un contrato en exceso de $2,500, el contratista (o subcontratista) ha de proveerle al empleado un aviso sobre la compensación exigida por la ley. Se puede cumplir con la exigencia del aviso (inclusive cualquier determinación aplicable de salarios), contenido al lado inverso, colocándolo donde lo puedan ver todos los empleados trabajando en el contrato. Aviso en Subcontratos — Se le exige al contratista insertar las cláusulas sobre las normas laborales especificadas por los reglamentos en 29 CFR Part 4 para contratos por servicios federales que excedan $2,500 en todos los subcontratos. Responsabilidad de Contratistas Secundarios — Los contratistas primarios tienen responsabilidad legal por infracciones de la ley cometidas por contratistas secundarios.

Información Adicional — Se puede obtener información adicional y ejemplares de las leyes y de reglamentos e interpretaciones aplicables de la oficina más cercana de la División de Horas y Salarios o de la Oficina Nacional en Washington, D.C. Se puede obtener información referente a las normas de seguridad y sanidad de la oficina más cercana de la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacionales o de la Oficina Nacional en Washington, D.C.

You can also contact the NLRB by calling toll-free: 1-844-762-NLRB Hearing impaired callers who wish to speak to an ISBN (6572). 978-1-61099-838-3 NLRB representative should contact the Federal Relay Service by visiting its website at https://www.federalrelay.us/tty, calling one of its toll free numbers, and asking its Communications Assistant to call the NLRB toll free number at 1-844-762NLRB (6572).

Posting — During the period that covered work is being performed on a contract subject to the act, the contractor must post copies of Notice to Employees Working on Government Contracts in a sufficient number of places to permit employees to observe a copy on the way to or from their place of employment.

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SEGÚN LA LEY NACIONAL DE RELACIONES DEL TRABAJO La Ley Nacional de Relaciones del Trabajo (LNRT) garantiza el derecho de los empleados a organizarse y negociar colectivamente con sus empleadores, y a participar en otras actividades concertadas protegidas. Los empleados cubiertos por la LNRT * están protegidos contra ciertos tipos de conductas inapropiadas por parte de los empleadores y sindicatos. En este Aviso encontrará información general sobre sus derechos y las obligaciones de los empleadores y los sindicatos según la LNRT. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre derechos específicos que puedan ser aplicables a su lugar de trabajo, utilice la información de contacto que se proporciona más adelante para contactarse con la Junta Nacional de Relaciones Laborales, la agencia federal que investiga y resuelve las quejas basadas en la LNRT.

Según la LNRT, usted tiene derecho a: • Organizar un sindicato para negociar con su empleador respecto de su salario, sus horarios de trabajo y otros términos y condiciones de empleo. • Fundar, unirse o ayudar a un sindicato. • Negociar colectivamente con su empleador, a través de representantes elegidos por los empleados, los contratos que fijen su salario, beneficios, horarios y otras condiciones laborales. • Discutir sus términos y condiciones de empleo, o la organización de su sindicato, con sus compañeros de trabajo o un sindicato. • Actuar con uno o más compañeros de trabajo para mejorar sus condiciones laborales ocupándose, entre otras cosas, de hacer llegar directamente a su empleador o a un organismo gubernamental las quejas relacionadas con su trabajo, y buscar ayuda de un sindicato. • Realizar huelgas y piquetes, según el propósito o los medios de esas huelgas o piquetes. • Decidir no participar en cualquiera de esas actividades, incluso la de unirse o continuar como miembro de un sindicato. Según la LNRT, es ilegal que su empleador: • Le prohíba solicitar para un sindicato durante horarios no laborables –como antes o después del trabajo, o durante los recreos–, o distribuir materiales sobre el sindicato fuera de los horarios laborables y fuera de las zonas de trabajo, como en estacionamientos o salas de descanso. • Lo cuestione sobre su apoyo al sindicato o sus actividades relacionadas en forma tal que desaliente su participación en ello. • Lo despida, lo baje de categoría o lo transfiera, reduzca la cantidad de horas que trabaja o cambie su turno, tome cualquier otro tipo de acción en su contra, o amenace con hacerlo, porque usted se ha unido o apoya a un sindicato, o porque ha participado en actividades concertadas de asistencia y protección mutua, o haya decidido no participar en ese tipo de actividades. • Amenace cerrar su lugar de trabajo si los trabajadores eligen un sindicato para que los represente. • Prometa u otorgue promociones, o pague aumentos u otros beneficios para desalentar o alentar el apoyo a un sindicato. • Le prohíba usar gorras, botones, camisetas y prendedores del sindicato en el lugar de trabajo, excepto bajo circunstancias especiales. • Espíe o filme actividades y reuniones sindicales pacíficas, o simule hacerlo.

Según la LNRT, es ilegal que un sindicato, o el sindicato que lo representa en las negociaciones con su empleador: • Lo amenace con la pérdida de su trabajo a menos que apoye al sindicato. • Rechace procesar una queja porque usted ha criticado a los representantes sindicales o porque no es miembro del sindicato. • Use o mantenga estándares o procedimientos discriminatorios al realizar recomendaciones desde una oficina de contratación. • Cause o intente causar que un empleador discrimine en contra suya por sus actividades relacionadas con el sindicato. • Emprenda acciones en su contra que dependan de si usted se unió a un sindicato o no. Si usted y sus compañeros de trabajo eligen un sindicato para que los represente en forma colectiva, su empleador y el sindicato deben negociar en buena fe con genuino esfuerzo para lograr un acuerdo vinculante y por escrito que fije los términos y condiciones de su empleo. El sindicato está obligado a representarlo justamente en las negociaciones y el cumplimiento del acuerdo.

Los comportamientos ilegales no serán permitidos. Si usted cree que sus derechos, o los de otros, han sido violados, debe contactarse con la NLRB rápidamente para protegerlos, por lo general dentro de los seis meses de la actividad ilegal. Puede preguntar sobre posibles infracciones sin que se informe a su empleador, o a cualquier otra persona, sobre su consulta. Los cargos pueden ser presentados por cualquier persona, no es necesario que lo haga el empleado directamente afectado por la infracción. La NLRB puede obligar a un empleador a recontratar a un empleado y pagarle por los salarios y beneficios no percibidos cuando haya sido despedido en contra de la ley; también puede obligar a un empleador o a un sindicato a dejar de infringir la ley. Los empleados deben buscar asistencia en la oficina regional más cercana de la NLRB; podrán encontrarla en el sitio web de la agencia: www.nlrb.gov. También puede contactar al NLRB al teléfono gratuito: 1-844-762-NLRB (6572). Las personas con discapacidades auditivas que deseen hablar con un representante del NLRB deberán contactar al “Federal Relay Service”, llamando a uno de los teléfonos gratuitos proporcionados en el sitio web https://www.federalrelay.us/tty, y solicitando que uno de los asistentes de comunicaciones del “Federal Relay Service” llame al teléfono gratuito del NLRB: 1-844-762-NLRB (6572). * La Ley Nacional de Relaciones del Trabajo afecta a la mayoría de los empleadores del sector privado. Entre quienes están excluidos de la NLRA se encuentran los empleados del sector público, los trabajadores agrícolas y domésticos, los contratistas independientes, los trabajadores empleados por sus padres o sus cónyuges, los empleados de los transportes aéreos y ferroviarios cubiertos por la Ley Laboral de Ferrocarriles, y los supervisores (aunque los supervisores que hayan sido discriminados por rehusarse a infringir la NLRA pueden estar cubiertos por ella).

Otras Obligaciones — El cumplimiento con las normas laborales de estas leyes no exonera al empresario de ninguna otra obligación que él pueda tener bajo cualquier otra ley o acuerdo que exijan normas laborales superiores.

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Safety and Health — No covered work may be performed in plants, factories, buildings, or surroundings or under work conditions that are unsanitary or hazardous or dangerous to the health and safety of the employees engaged in the performance of the contract. The safety and health provisions of the Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act are administered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

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La Orden ejecutiva 13706 rige en contratos nuevos y reemplazos de contratos vencidos con el gobierno federal a partir del 1 de enero de 2017. Rige en contratos federales para la construcción y muchos tipos de contratos federales por servicios.

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El contratista no podrá despedir ni de ninguna otra manera discriminar contra empleados o solicitantes porque han preguntado acerca de, discutido o revelado su propio salario o el salario de otro empleado o solicitante. Sin embargo, los empleados que tienen acceso a la información de compensación de otros empleados o solicitantes como parte de sus funciones de trabajo esenciales no pueden revelar el salario de otros empleados o solicitantes a las personas que de lo contrario no tienen acceso a la información de compensación, a menos que la revelación sea (a) en respuesta a una queja o acusación formal, (b) en cumplimiento de una investigación, procedimiento, audiencia o acción, incluyendo una investigación llevada a cabo por el empleador, o (c) consistente con la obligación legal del contratista para proporcionar la información. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

La ley prohíbe discriminar o despedir a los trabajadores que presenten una queja o participen en un procedimiento bajo la Orden ejecutiva.

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* The National Labor Relations Act covers most private-sector employers. Excluded from coverage under the NLRA are public-sector employees, agricultural and domestic workers, independent contractors, workers employed by a parent or spouse, employees of air and rail carriers covered by the Railway Labor Act, and supervisors (although supervisors that have been discriminated against for refusing to violate the NLRA may be covered).

Responsibility for Secondary Contractors — Prime contractors are liable for violations of the act committed by their covered secondary contractors.

SERVICE CONTRACT ACT General Provisions — The Service Contract Act applies to every contract entered into by the United States or the District of Columbia, the principal purpose of which is to furnish services in the United States through the use of service employees. Contractors and subcontractors performing on such Federal contracts must observe minimum wage and safety and health standards, and must maintain certain records, unless a specific exemption applies.

This is an official Government Notice and must not be defaced by anyone.

Wages and Fringe Benefits — Every service employee performing any of the Government contract work under a service contract in excess of $2,500 must be paid not less than the monetary wages, and must be furnished the fringe benefits, which the Secretary of Labor

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La Oficina de Programas de Cumplimiento de Contratos Federales (OFCCP), Departamento de Trabajo de los Estados Unidos, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210, teléfono 1-800-397-6251 (línea gratuita) o (202) 693-1337 (línea TTY). También puede enviar un mensaje de correo electrónico a la OFCCP (OFCCP-Public@dol.gov) o bien, llamar a una de sus oficinas regionales o del distrito, las cuales aparecen en la mayoría de las guías telefónicas en la sección Gobierno de los Estados Unidos, Departamento de Trabajo.

Existen plazos estrictos para presentar cargos por discriminación laboral. A fin de preservar la capacidad de la Comisión para la Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EEOC) de actuar en representación suya y proteger su derecho a iniciar una demanda privada si fuese necesario en última instancia, debe comunicarse con la EEOC apenas sospeche que se produjo un hecho de discriminación: Comisión para la Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo de los Estados Unidos, 1-800-669-4000 (línea gratuita) o 1-800-669-6820 (línea gratuita TTY para las personas con problemas auditivos). Puede encontrar información sobre las sucursales de la EEOC en www.eeoc.gov o en la mayoría de las guías telefónicas en la sección Gobierno Federal o Gobierno de los Estados Unidos. También puede obtener información adicional sobre la EEOC, incluso cómo presentar un cargo, en www.eeoc.gov.

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Quedan prohibidas las represalias contra una persona que presenta una demanda por discriminación, participa en un procedimiento de la Oficina de Programas de Cumplimiento de Contratos Federales (Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, OFCCP) o que se oponga, de algún otro modo, a la discriminación según estas leyes federales.

El Título II de la Ley de No Discriminación por Información Genética (Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, GINA) de 2008 protege a los postulantes y empleados contra la discriminación basada en la información genética en lo que respecta a la contratación, los ascensos, los despidos, los pagos, las compensaciones adicionales, la capacitación laboral, la clasificación, las referencias y los demás aspectos del empleo. La GINA también limita la adquisición de información genética por parte de los empleadores y condiciona de manera estricta su divulgación. La información genética incluye las pruebas genéticas de los postulantes, empleados o integrantes de sus familias, la manifestación de enfermedades o trastornos de los miembros de la familia (historia médica familiar) y las solicitudes o la recepción de servicios genéticos por parte de los postulantes, empleados o integrantes de sus familias.

El Decreto Ejecutivo 11246, en su forma enmendada, prohibe la discriminación en el empleo por motivo de raza, color, religión, sexo, orientación sexual, identidad de género o nacionalidad y requiere programas de acción afirmativa para asegurar la igualdad de oportunidades en todos los aspectos de empleo.

Se podría exigir una tasa superior para contratos bajo SCA si se aplica una determinación de salarios. Dicha determinación de salarios se fijará a este aviso como adición.

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La Ley de Asistencia a la Readaptación de Veteranos de Vietnam (Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act) de 1974, con sus modificaciones, 38 U.S.C. 4212, prohíbe la discriminación laboral y exige que se implementen acciones afirmativas para emplear y avanzar en el empleo de los veteranos discapacitados, recién retirados (en el plazo de los tres años posteriores a la baja o al cese del servicio activo), otros veteranos bajo protección (los veteranos que prestaron servicio durante una guerra o en una campaña o expedición para la cual se les autorizó una insignia de campaña) y los veteranos con medalla por servicio a las Fuerzas Armadas (aquellos que durante el servicio activo, participaron en una operación militar de los Estados Unidos por la cual se los reconoció con una medalla por servicio a las Fuerzas Armadas).

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La Sección 503 de la Ley de Rehabilitación (Rehabilitation Act) de 1973, con sus modificaciones, protege a las personas idóneas contra la discriminación por discapacidad en lo que respecta a la contratación, los ascensos, los despidos, los pagos, las compensaciones adicionales, la capacitación laboral, la clasificación, las referencias y los demás aspectos del empleo. La discriminación por discapacidad se refiere a la falta de adaptaciones razonables para las limitaciones físicas o mentales de una persona idónea que tiene una discapacidad y que es un postulante o un empleado, salvo que dichas adaptaciones provoquen una dificultad económica desmedida para la compañía. La Sección 503 también exige que los contratistas federales implementen acciones afirmativas para emplear y avanzar en el empleo de personas idóneas con discapacidades en todos los niveles laborales, incluido el nivel ejecutivo.

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Además de lo establecido en el Título VII de la Ley de Derechos Civiles, con sus modificaciones, la Ley de Igualdad en las Remuneraciones (Equal Pay Act) de 1963, con sus modificaciones, también prohíbe la discriminación sexual en el pago de los salarios a las mujeres y los hombres que realicen básicamente el mismo trabajo, en empleos que requieran las mismas habilidades, esfuerzo y responsabilidad, en condiciones laborales similares, en el mismo establecimiento.

Si Ud. no recibe el pago apropiado, o precisa de información adicional sobre los salarios aplicables, póngase en contacto con el Contratista Oficial que aparece abajo:

o póngase en contacto con la División de Horas y Salarios del Departamento de Trabajo de los EE.UU.

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EDAD

La Ley contra la Discriminación Laboral por Edad (Age Discrimination in Employment Act) de 1967, con sus modificaciones, protege a los postulantes y empleados de 40 años o más contra la discriminación por cuestiones de edad en lo que respecta a la contratación, los ascensos, los despidos, los pagos, las compensaciones adicionales, la capacitación laboral, la clasificación, las referencias y los demás aspectos del empleo.

QUÉ DEBE HACER SI CONSIDERA QUE ES VÍCTIMA DE LA DISCRIMINACIÓN

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DISCAPACIDAD

Los Títulos I y V de la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades (Americans with Disabilities Act) de 1990, con sus modificaciones, protege a las personas idóneas contra la discriminación por discapacidad en lo que respecta a la contratación, los ascensos, los despidos, los pagos, las compensaciones adicionales, la capacitación laboral, la clasificación, las referencias y los demás aspectos del empleo. La discriminación por discapacidad se refiere a la falta de adaptaciones razonables para las limitaciones físicas o mentales de una persona idónea que tiene una discapacidad y que es un postulante o un empleado, salvo que dichas adaptaciones provoquen una dificultad económica desmedida para la compañía.

Todas estas leyes federales prohíben a las entidades cubiertas que tomen represalias en contra de una persona que presenta una cargo por discriminación, participa en un procedimiento por discriminación o que, de algún otro modo, se opone a una práctica laboral ilícita.

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El Título VII de la Ley de Derechos Civiles (Civil Rights Act) de 1964, con sus modificaciones, protege a los postulantes y a los empleados contra la discriminación en lo que respecta a la contratación, los ascensos, los despidos, los pagos, las compensaciones adicionales, la capacitación laboral, la clasificación, las referencias y los demás aspectos del empleo, en función de raza, color, religión, sexo (incluidas las embarazadas) o procedencia. La discriminación religiosa se refiere a la falta de adaptación razonable a las prácticas religiosas de un empleado, siempre y cuando dicha adaptación no provoque una dificultad económica desmedida para la compañía.

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54 PPE — Hand Protection

Reduce employee exposure to potential workplace hazards with eye, hand, face, head, hearing and fall protection methods required by OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.132. Hand Protection … 54

Reflective Workwear … 69

Eye & Face Protection … 60

Head & Fall Protection … 74

Respiratory Protection … 65

Tool Tethering … 78

Hearing Protection … 67

Protective Workwear … 81

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PPE

HAND PROTECTION Memphis Foam Work Gloves

Size

Product Code

S

CT-46632

L

CT-42512

• Features a seamless 13-gauge gray nylon shell and black foam nitrile dipped palm and fingers • Breathable and cool with comfort and grip

M

Ideal for multi-industrial applications that require high dexterity and comfort.

XL

Atlas Fit Rubber Palm String Knit Gloves • 10-gauge cotton/poly shell dipped in gray textured natural rubber coating on the palm and fingertips for better thermal protection as well as abrasion resistance, plus added durability, grip, comfort and fit • Fabric resists dirt and grime for longer use

• 10-gauge 70% cotton, 30% polyester shell dipped in crinkle grip latex for extra grip and durability • Flat dipped to reproduce the natural shape of the hand — workers benefit from less hand fatigue and greater productivity

• Seamless 7-gauge cotton/polyester blend • PVC coated for greater abrasion resistance

Recommended for material and package handling, and general purpose applications.

CT-42514

Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

M

CT-42542

48+ $31.08 12–47 $31.60 1–11 $32.30

L

XL

CT-42544 CT-42546

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Size

Product Code

S

CT-42547

M L

XL

Price Per Pack 48+ $23.82 12–47 $24.22 1–11 $24.77

CT-42549 CT-42550 CT-42552

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Ideal for material handling, glass handling operations, and general maintenance.

Economy PVC Dot String Knit Gloves

48+ $26.82 12–47 $27.27 1–11 $27.87

CT-42510

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Ideal for airport baggage handling, emergency response, landscaping, road construction, railroad, security and municipal utilities.

Flextuff® Latex Palm String Knit Gloves

Price Per Pack

Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

PVC dots on 1 side L

CT-42499

48+ $7.23 12–47 $7.35 1–11 $7.51

PVC dots on 2 sides S L

CT-42508 CT-42500

48+ $8.90 12–47 $9.05 1–11 $9.25

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

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GENERAL PURPOSE GLOVES ® BEST MAXIFLEX SEAMLESS KNIT GLOVES SELLER • Ultra-lightweight, knit wrist gloves

Size

Ultimate , Flat S

CT-28886

L

CT-28888

2XL

CT-28890

M XL

XL

CT-28894

CT-28893

S

CT-28895

L

CT-28897

XL

Endurance™

48+ $4.67 12–47 $4.79 1–11 $4.93

S

• 25% thinner than most comparable gloves

CT-28896 CT-28898

48+ $4.65 12–47 $4.77 1–11 $4.91

• Made of a 15-gauge shell blend of silicone-free nylon/spandex with a proprietary bi-polymer coating combining durability and softness • Provides cut protection without losing dexterity and sense of touch • A pplications include food processing, glass handling, and metal fabricating

CT-28899

48+ $4.95 12–47 $5.08 1–11 $5.23

M

CT-28900

XL

CT-28902

Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

S

CT-46639

48+ $40.74 12–47 $41.42 1–11 $42.33

L

M L

CT-28901

CT-46638 CT-46637

• Molded thermoplastic rubber (TPR) armor on knuckles, fingers and carpal bone for impact protection, pinch injury prevention, and blow deflection

Recommended for construction, drilling, extraction and refining, fracking, cargo handling, and demolition.

Endurance™ Flat

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

8

CT-46620

48+ $47.05 12–47 $47.85 1–11 $48.93

9

CT-46621

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Hand & Foot Protection: PPE PAGE Employee Essentials Training 112 Size

Product Code

Price Per Pair

Dorsal

Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves

Ultimate™ Full

Endurance™, Full

• Raised micro dots increase durability and cushioning

L

CT-19187

XL

CT-19188

3X

CT-19190

L

CT-19191

2XL

CT-19189

Dorsal

48+ $32.94 12–47 $33.61 1–11 $33.95

Economy Dorsal

Economy Dorsal Impact-Reducing Gloves

• Slim, low-profile molded thermoplastic rubber (TPR) armor on knuckles and fingers for impact and pinch protection • Includes a breathable air-mesh back

Recommended for supervisors in construction, drilling, extraction and refining.

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CT-28891

CT-28892

M

• Optimized control grip through micro-cup finish • Minimal palm thickness, thinner than comparable gloves

• Armor “flex zones” for high dexterity • Abrasion-resistant PVC on palm and three fingers limits liquid penetration; reflective accents and hi-vis color improve hand signaling • Reinforced Kevlar ® palm stitching for extended wear

48+ $4.31 12–47 $4.42 1–11 $4.54

Endurance™, Flat

Ultimate™

PROFLEX® IMPACT-REDUCING GLOVES

CT-28889

M L

Also available in ¾–dip style with full finger coating.

• Rugged, comfortable glove designed to handle more demanding jobs • Advanced ergonomic design features a soft, seamless, poly/cotton knit liner for unbelievable comfort • Superior wet and dry grip • Powerful combination of grip, abrasion, and puncture resistance • Fully coated thumb provides added protection in high-risk areas • Uncoated back allows air to circulate, keeping hands cool and dry

CT-28887

Ultimate™, Full S

Ideal for applications which require a high degree of dexterity and sensitivity, especially where grip is important, such as handling small oily parts and components, general assembly, machining, micro-engineering, automotive components, painting, horticulture and maintenance.

Ansell PowerFlex® 80-100 Natural Rubber Work Gloves

Price Per Pair

• Flat-dip micro-foam nitrile coated palm and fingertips • AirTech® technology delivers 360° breathability • Class leading form, fit and feel reduces hand fatigue and increases comfort • Flat: black micro-foam coated palm and fingertips • Full: black micro-foam coated palm, full fingers, and ¾ knuckles

N9674 Ninja Coated Cut-Resistant Work Gloves

Product Code

XL

CT-19192

3X

CT-19194

2XL

CT-19193

48+ $32.94 12–47 $33.61 1–11 $33.95

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Economy Dorsal

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56 PPE — Hand Protection

CUT RESISTANT GLOVES

BEST SELLER

FlexTuff® Latex Palm Kevlar® String Knit Gloves

•1  0-gauge Dupont™ Kevlar ® shell dipped in textured blue latex on the palm and fingertips for better abrasion and cut protection •C  oating improves durability, grip, comfort and fit •E  xcellent tactile sensitivity

Ideal for small parts assembly.

Will not melt, ignite or conduct electricity.

Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

M

CT-42585

48+ $113.30 12–47 $115.18 1–11 $117.73

L

CT-42587

48+ $113.30 12–47 $115.18 1–11 $117.73

XL

CT-42588

48+ $118.54 12–47 $120.52 1–11 $123.19

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Ultratech Nitrile Palm Gloves

•N  itrile coating, textured grip, and 13-gauge stretch Kevlar ®/Lycra® blend for ultra fit, comfort and cut protection • E  xcellent tactile sensitivity makes them ideal for small parts assembly

Size

Product Code

M

CT-42581

L

XL

CT-42582

CT-42584

Price Per Pack 48+ $80.15 12–47 $81.51 1–11 $83.34

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Great White® Polyurethane Grip Gloves

•L  ightweight, made of white spun Dyneema® and Lycra®, with coated palm and fingertips • Superior puncture and abrasion resistance •C  ool to wear in warm conditions •S  eamless knit construction provides comfort without sacrificing dexterity

Ideal for electrics assembly, inspection and general assembly.

Size

Product Code

S

CT-28913

M

CT-28914

L

CT-28915

2XL

CT-28917

XL

CT-28916

Price Per Pair 48+ $8.18 12–47 $8.39 1–11 $8.63

ProFlex® Cut-Resistent Dorsal ImpactReducing Gloves

•M  olded TPR armor for full dorsal impact protection • Patented “flex zones” reduce hand fatigue •R  einforced sandy foam nitrile gripping palm •1  3-gauge HPPE seamless knit •H  i-vis for hand safety awareness and signaling

Recommended for: construction, oil/gas drilling, extraction/refining, fracking, tool pushing, mining, demolition, heavy construction, cargo handling, mechanics, petrochemical use.

Size

Product Code

S

CT-48725

L

CT-48727

M XL

2XL

CT-48726

CT-48728

Price Per Pair 48+ $29.06 12–47 $29.65 1–11 $29.95

CT-48729

SIZING IS IMPORTANT

How To Choose The Proper Glove Size

Choosing properly sized gloves is just as important as the type of glove you choose. Measure the circumference of your hand as illustrated here and compare it to the sizing chart below.

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S (Size 7)

M (Size 8)

L (Size 9)

XL (Size 10)

Hand

7"-8"

8"-9"

9"-10"

10"-11"

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DISPOSABLE GLOVES

Ansell Touch N Tuff® Premium Powder-Free Nitrile Industrial Gloves • Complies with FDA food handling requirements (21 CFR 177.2600) • Eliminates the allergy risks of latex and is more affordable • Powder-free for less risk of skin or respiratory irritation • Smooth finish and beaded cuff for better fit, excellent fingertip sensitivity • Protects against grease and oil

Size

Product Code

M

CT-46683

L

XL

CT-42473 CT-42474

Price Per Box 48+ $14.32 12–47 $14.56 1–11 $14.89

Sold in boxes of 100 gloves.

Best seller for petrochemical use, and food/beverage processing.

SHOWA™ N-DEX Powdered Nitrile Industrial Gloves - 8 mil

• Durable nitrile polymer eliminates the allergy risks of latex and is more affordable • A mbidextrous design • Powdered for faster and easier glove donning, greater tactile grip and handling • Recommended for light industrial oily environments, automotive, light chemical and cleaning applications

Size XL

Product Code CT-42472

Price Per Box 48+ $16.61 12–47 $16.88 1–11 $17.26

Sold in boxes of 50 gloves.

Best seller for petrochemical use, and food/beverage processing.

CHEMICAL-RESISTANT GLOVES

North® B131 Butyl Unsupported ChemicalResistant Nitrile Gloves

• Designed with a high permeation resistance to gas and water vapor for greater worker protection especially when handling toxic substances • Highly-resistant to ketones (MEK, MIBK, acetone) and esters (tricresyl phosphate, amyl acetate, ethyl acetate) • Features 11" length, 13 mil thickness and rough grip • Curved finger and hand design provides a better fit for greater worker comfort

Size

Product Code

L

CT-46702

Size

Product Code

9

CT-42478

Price Per Pair 48+ $26.49 12–47 $26.93 1–11 $27.53

Ansell 37-175 Sol-Vex® Nitrile Immersion Gloves • Complies with FDA regulations for food contact • Made of high performance nitrile • Curved fingers, contoured palm, embossed surface texture • 15 mil thickness provides excellent resistance to snags, punctures, abrasions and cuts • Flock-lined, 13" long, features straight cuff and sandpatch grip • O ffers protection against bases, oils, many solvents and esters, grease and animal fats

10 11

CT-42480

CT-46690

Price Per Pack 48+ $24.16 12–47 $24.57 1–11 $25.11

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Ansell 37-145 Sol-Vex® Nitrile Immersion Gloves • Complies with FDA food handling requirements • Versatile chemical protection that performs across a diverse range of applications • High performance nitrile compound provides an outstanding combination of chemical resistance and strength • 11 mil thickness offers snag, puncture and abrasion protection over rubber or neoprene gloves • Suitable for heavy-duty cleaning applications • High levels of flexibility, comfort and dexterity • Won’t swell, weaken or degrade, and does not promote contact dermatitis • Unlined, 13" long, features straight cuff and sandpatch grip

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Size

Product Code

9

CT-46692

10 11

CT-42477

CT-46691

Price Per Pack 48+ $23.26 12–47 $23.65 1–11 $24.17

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

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58 PPE — Hand Protection

LEATHER WORK GLOVES

ECONOMY SPLIT COWHIDE GLOVES

Description

• Leather palm for secure grip

Ideal for general purpose abrasion protection work, such as assembly, construction, landscaping or maintenance.

Double leather for added protection and longer wear.

Knit Cuff

With Safety Or Knit Cuffs Safety Cuff

•U  nlined for greater freedom of movement •Y  our choice of knit or 2½" safety cuff options

Double Leather Palm

The protection of leather with the comfort of cotton.

CT-42559

48+ $30.90 12–47 $31.42 1–11 $32.13

Size XL, safety cuff

CT-42560

48+ $34.98 12–47 $35.57 1–11 $36.35

Size XL, knit wrist

CT-42557

48+ $19.84 12–47 $20.17 1–11 $20.61

With Double Leather Palm Size L

CT-42465

48+ $45.08 12–47 $46.85 1–11 $47.89

Size XL

CT-42562

48+ $49.66 12–47 $50.48 1–11 $51.60

With Denim

With Denim

• Blue denim cuff and back for extra breathability and comfort •2  ½" safety cuff

Size L

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

DRIVER GLOVES

Top Grain Cowhide Leather Gloves

Size

Product Code

• Unlined for greater freedom of movement • All-leather top grain cowhide construction is rugged and long-lasting • Cotton color binding denotes size • E xcellent dexterity and abrasion resistance • Choose straight or keystone thumb patterns; keystone thumb provides extra comfort and wear

2XL

CT-28928

Ideal for construction, machine operation, light-duty welding, utility work, farming, roping and many other general work applications.

S

CT-28929

L

CT-28932

Top Grain Cowhide Leather Gloves

“Great Gloves for the price we spent...” TBissell | Safety Professional | Fort Worth, TX

Keystone Thumb

48+ $24.62 12–47 $25.03 1–11 $25.59

CT-42466

Denim Cuff

Straight Thumb

Price Per Pack

Size L, safety cuff

With Double Leather Palm •D  ouble leather palm •2  ½" rubberized safety cuff • Fleece palm lining

Product Code

With Safety Or Knit Cuffs

Price Per Pair

Straight Thumb S

CT-28924

L

CT-28926

M XL

CT-28925 CT-28927

48+ $5.52 12–47 $5.67 1–11 $5.83

Keystone Thumb M XL

CT-28931

CT-28933

2XL

CT-28934

Size

Product Code

M

CT-42564

48+ $5.66 12–47 $5.81 1–11 $5.96

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Safety Premium Grain Goatskin Driver Gloves • Straight thumb, shirred elastic back for more precise fit • Soft, abrasion-resistant leather • E xcellent tensile strength and tactile sensitivity

L

XL

CT-42565 CT-42567

Price Per Pack 48+ $106.82 12–47 $108.60 1–11 $111.01

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Industry Grade Cowhide Fleece-Lined Leather Gloves

• Straight thumb, shirred elastic back for more precise fit • Durable all-leather construction makes them ideal for forklifts, truck driving, and utility work, plus general purpose applications requiring greater dexterity

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Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

L

CT-42571

48+ $135.21 12–47 $137.47 1–11 $140.51

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

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MECHANICS GLOVES

BEST SELLER

Tilman™ Truefit™ Top Grain Mechanics Gloves

•T  op-grain goatskin for best dexterity • Top-grain cowhide is rugged and long-lasting •T  op-grain deerskin is the softest and most comfortable • D  ouble-stitched, reinforced fingertip backs for heavy wear area protection •R  einforced thumb to protect severe stress areas •R  ough side out reinforced palm for longer life and better grip • Nylon spandex back for precision fit • Elastic cuff with hook and loop closure provides secure fit

Size

Product Code

M

CT-46648

L

CT-42574

XL

CT-42576

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Price Per Pair

Goatskin 48+ $13.10 12–47 $13.32 1–11 $13.61

Cowhide L

CT-16549

XL

CT-16550

48+ $13.34 12–47 $13.57 1–11 $13.87

Goatskin

Deerskin L

CT-16551

XL

CT-16552

48+ $19.72 12–47 $20.05 1–11 $20.49

Leather and spandex design lasts longer than all-synthetic highdexterity gloves.

Deerskin

Cowhide

Mechanixwear® Original Mechanics Gloves

• Durable synthetic leather palm with 2-way stretch material for maximum comfort • Features reinforced thumb and fingertip panels for added durability • Flexible TPR (thermoplastic rubber) hook-and-loop closure for a secure fit • Machine washable

Size

Product Code

M

CT-46672

Price Per Pair

Black L

CT-46673

2XL

CT-46675

M

CT-46666

XL

CT-46668

XL

CT-46674

48+ $26.38 12–47 $26.82 1–11 $27.41

Red CT-46667

L

48+ $26.38 12–47 $26.82 1–11 $27.41

THERMAL GLOVES

Winter Monkey Grip™ PVC Coated Gloves

• Full-lined with foam insulation for snug fit and cold weather protection • Curved fingers, wing thumb, and soft jersey lining offer superior comfort • PVC coating provides oil and grease repellency • P VC coating remains soft and flexible at low temperatures • K nit wrist cuff for greater flexibility and freedom of movement • Choose textured or smooth vinyl surface for excellent grip and safe handling of wet or dry materials

Size

Product Code

Price Per Pack

Textured Vinyl XL

CT-42490 Smooth Vinyl

XL

Ideal for construction, winter transportation, freight handling, and fuel hauling.

48+ $145.57 12–47 $148.00 1–11 $151.28

CT-46597 Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Monkey Grip™ PVC Coated Gloves

“Great Gloves!”

They last 4 times longer than competitor’s cheaper versions, which saves our company in the long run! Only gloves our employees want to use. MonkeyGloveHappy | Owner/Executive | Midland, TX

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Textured Vinyl

Smooth Vinyl

SHOWA™ Atlas® 451 Therma-Fit Gloves

• Cold weather glove combines a mixture of acrylic loop-in terry cotton liner for warmth, lightweight feel and suppleness • The natural rubber coating on the palm and fingertips protects the hand from abrasion, cutting and puncturing and tearing • The rough textured grip allows slippery objects to be gripped firmly • 10 gauge

Ideal for all work in cold rooms or outside in cold weather conditions.

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Size

Product Code

M

CT-46706

L

CT-46707

Price Per Pack 48+ $44.21 12–47 $44.95 1–11 $45.95

Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

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60 PPE — Eye Protection

EYE PROTECTION BEST SELLER

BearKat® Safety Glasses

• E xceeds ANSI Z87.1+ Standard and meets military MIL-PRF-31013 clause 3.5.1.1 for high velocity impact protection • Provides 99.9% UV protection • “ Frameless” safety glasses feature 1-piece wraparound for side impact protection and unobstructed vision • Polycarbonate lens • Flexible, bayonet temples and black, rubber temple sleeves • Treated with Duramass® scratch-resistant coating for longer wear and/or Duramass® A4 anti-fog coating Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Clear lens

CT-42606

$1.44 $1.47 $1.50

Clear anti-fog

CT-42608

$2.21 $2.25 $2.30

CT-46511

$2.15 $2.18 $2.23

Lens

Frost

Inside/outside clear mirror anti-scratch Gray

CT-42609

$1.44 $1.47 $1.50

Gray anti-scratch/anti-fog

CT-46506

$2.15 $2.18 $2.23

Silver mirror anti-scratch

CT-46509

$2.15 $2.18 $2.23

Frost Blue

Light blue anti-scratch

CT-46507

$1.79 $1.82 $1.86

Translucent Yellow

Amber anti-scratch

CT-46508

$1.79 $1.82 $1.86

Smoke

Blue mirror anti-scratch

CT-46510

$2.15 $2.18 $2.23

Frost Black

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Product Code

Frame

Klondike® Safety Glasses

•M  eets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high-impact standard • 99.9% UV protection •A  djustable temples with 11 degree base curve lens •D  uramass® anti-fog scratch-resistant coating for longer wear

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Frame

Lens

Product Code

Black w/ Adjustable Temple

Clear

CT-42644

$2.61 $2.65 $2.71

Clear anti-fog

CT-42643

$3.25 $3.30 $3.37

Clear gray

CT-42641

$2.97 $3.02 $3.08

Light blue

CT-42640

$2.97 $3.02 $3.08

Klondike® Safety Glasses

“Best quality for the price.” Adjustable Temple

MCR Klondike's are the only safety glasses I order in either clear or amber. Scratch resistant and anti fog.

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Virtual™ Safety Eyewear

•M  eets ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard •L  ightweight frame design •U  nisex styling and high-wrap lens for front and side impact protection •P  olycarbonate lens absorbs 99.9% UV •A  vailable with anti-fog coating or hardcoat

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Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Lens

Product Code

Clear hardcoat

CT-46457

$1.62

$1.65

Clear anti-fog

CT-46459

$1.89

$1.92

$1.96

Gray hardcoat

CT-46458

$1.80

$1.83

$1.87

Gray anti-fog

CT-46460

$2.00 $2.03 $2.08

$1.69

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Eye Protection — PPE

V30 Nemesis® Safety Glasses

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high-impact standard • 99.9% UV protection • Lightweight for all-day comfort • Includes neck cord so glasses don’t get lost • Soft-touch temples so glasses won’t slip • Wraparound lens for side impact protection

Frame

Camo

Black

Inferno Red

Crews® Checklite® Safety Glasses • E xceeds ANSI Z87+ and meets military MIL-PRF-31013 clause 3.5.1.1 for high velocity impact protection • 99.9% UV protection • Flexible spatula temple design for a comfortable fit during long use • Nearly total seal of eye orbit assures high level of protection • Available with Duramass® anti-fog scratch-resistant coating for longer wear

V30 Nemesis™ Polarized Safety Eyewear

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard • 99.9% UV protection • Sporty, flexible, lightweight design with wraparound for side impact protection • 8 -base curve lens and soft-touch temples for added comfort • Includes neck cord

Crews® CheckMate Glasses • Meets ANSI Z87.1+ standard • 99% UV protection • Lightweight design offers nearly total eye-orbital seal • Polycarbonate lens • Flexible bayonet temples and universal nosebridge • Available with Duramass® scratchresistant coating, Duramass® A4 anti-fog lens coating, or uncoated

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Frame

Clear

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Lens

Product Code

Bronze

CT-42605

$7.52 $7.65 $7.82

Smoke anti-fog

CT-42602

$6.36 $6.47 $6.61

Amber anti-fog

CT-46481

$6.52 $6.63 $6.78

Clear anti-fog

CT-46480

$6.52 $6.63 $6.78

Clear

CT-42595

$4.52 $4.60 $4.70

Clear anti-fog

CT-42599

$5.34 $5.43 $5.55

Amber

CT-42600

$4.74 $4.82 $4.92

Indoor/outdoor

CT-42597

$4.90 $4.98 $5.09

Smoke anti-fog

CT-46479

$6.57 $6.68 $6.83

Smoke

CT-46482

$5.67 $5.77 $5.89

Lens

Product Code

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Clear mirror anti-fog

CT-42617

$1.85 $1.88 $1.93

Clear anti-scratch

CT-42611

$1.13

Clear anti-fog

CT-42613

$1.89 $1.92 $1.96

$1.15 $1.18

Clear uncoated

CT-42619

$1.03 $1.05 $1.07

Amber

Amber

CT-46520

$1.52 $1.55 $1.58

Smoke

Gray anti-scratch

CT-42621

$1.13

Silver Mirror

Silver mirror

CT-46521

$1.85 $1.88 $1.93

Frame Gunmetal

Black

Blue

Lens

Product Code

$1.15 $1.18

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Polarized

CT-46473

$29.82 $30.32 $30.99

Smoke mirror

CT-46474

$4.90

$4.98

$5.09

Blue mirror

CT-46475

$5.57

$5.67

$5.79

IRUV 5.0

CT-46476

$9.56

$9.72

$9.93

Copper blue shield

CT-46478

$5.64

$5.73

$5.86

Light blue

CT-46477

$4.80

$4.88

$4.99

Product Code

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Frame

Lens Clear uncoated

CT-46522

$1.31 $1.33 $1.36

Clear

Clear anti-scratch

CT-46523

$1.52 $1.55 $1.58

Clear anti-fog

CT-46524

$2.28 $2.32 $2.37

Gray

Gray anti-scratch

CT-46525

$1.52 $1.55 $1.58

Silver Mirror

Silver mirror anti-scratch

CT-46526

$3.10 $3.15 $3.22

Inside/Outside Clear Mirror

Inside/outside clear mirror anti-scratch

CT-46527

$2.74 $2.78 $2.84

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62 PPE — Eye Protection

Genesis Safety Glasses

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high impact standard and military V0 ballistic impact test • 99.9% UV protection • Wraparound 9-base style for peripheral vision and side impact protection • Soft browguard diffuses and deflects impact • Ultra-dura® anti-scratch coating for 3x longer lens life • Ventilation channel for moisture/fog control Price Each • Adjustable temple length and lens Frame Lens Product Code 48+ 12–47 1–11 • Manufacturer lifetime frame guarantee

Flexible fingers on nosepiece adjust and conform to almost any nasal profile to reduce slippage.

Clear

CT-42622

$8.74

Espresso

CT-42624

$9.64

Frame

Lens

Product Code

Smoke

Clear

CT-46528

$2.34 $2.38 $2.44

Product Code

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Black

$8.88

$9.08

$9.80 $10.02

Crews® CK2® CheckMate2 Safety Glasses • Meets ANSI Z87.1+ standard • 99.9% UV protection • Lightweight design offers nearly total eye-orbital seal • Polycarbonate lens features single lens design with wraparound sideshields • Flexible bayonet temples and universal gel nosebridge • Duramass® scratch-resistant coating

Crews® BearKat® Magnifier Safety Glasses

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard • 99.9% UV protection • One-piece, wraparound, polycarbonate lens offers unobstructed vision and side impact protection • Flexible temples enhance comfort • Features magnifiers (bifocals) molded directly into the lenses, available in multiple diopters (strengths)

V40 Hellraiser™ Safety Eyewear • Meets ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard • Streamlined, sunglass styling with lightweight and flexible design • Flex-point temples add comfort and stability with 8-base wrap-around lens for side impact protection

Frame

Lens Clear +1.0 diopter

Clear

CT-46513

$4.97 $5.05 $5.16

CT-46514

$4.97 $5.05 $5.16

CT-46516

$4.97 $5.05 $5.16

CT-46518

$4.97 $5.05 $5.16

CT-46515

$5.51 $5.60 $5.72

Gray +2.5 diopter

CT-46517

$5.51 $5.60 $5.72

CT-46519

$5.51 $5.60 $5.72

Lens

Product Code

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Clear anti-fog

CT-46488

$6.61

$6.72 $6.87

CT-46489

$6.07

$6.17 $6.30

CT-46490

$6.07

$6.17 $6.30

CT-46491

$6.25 $6.35 $6.49

CT-46492

$6.07

$6.17 $6.30

CT-46493

$7.16

$7.28 $7.44

Clear +1.5 diopter Clear +2.0 diopter Clear +2.5 diopter Gray +1.5 diopter

Smoke

Frame

Gray +2.0 diopter

Smoke Black

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Amber Indoor/outdoor Light blue Blue mirror

OX™ Safety Eyewear

• E xceeds ANSI Z87.1-2003 Standard and CSA Z94.3 high velocity standards • O ver-the-glass (OTG) design extends the worker’s view, increases comfort, and provides a custom fit and adjustability for prescription eyeglass wearers • Polycarbonate lens provides all-around coverage, blocks 99.9% of harmful UV rays • Lightweight, high-impact protection • Made in U.S.A.

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Frame

Lens

Product Code

Black

Clear anti-fog hard coat

CT-42637

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Eye Protection — PPE

Smith & Wesson® Magnum 3G™ Safety Glasses

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard • 99.9% UV protection • Ergonomic design provides 3-point fit • Built-in hinge helps prevent scratches • Self-adjusting nose pads for comfort • Curved lens for side impact protection

Product Code

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Clear anti-fog

CT-46467

$9.07 $9.22 $9.42

Clear

CT- 46469

$7.98 $8.12 $8.30

Smoke

CT-46471

$8.25 $8.38 $8.57

Frame

Lens

Black

Mini Clear

CT-46470

$7.98 $8.12 $8.30

Smoke

CT-46472

$8.56 $8.70 $8.89

Tomahawk Safety Glasses

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high impact standard • 99.9% UV protection • Duramass® scratch-resistant coating for longer wear • Fully adjustable, five position, ratchet action temples for optimal fit

Frame

Lens

Product Code

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Black

Clear

CT-42638

$1.85 $1.88 $1.93

Bouton® Universal Flexible Side Shields

Product Code

• Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high impact standard • 100% UV protection • Designed to absorb the energy of impact • Molded for flexible softness • Made in U.S.A.

CT-42636

Bouton® Universal Slip-On Side Shields

Price Per Pair 48+ $2.79 12–47 $2.83 1–11 $2.90

Product Code

• Designed to fit all types of eyewear, making them ideal for visitors and temporary workers • Quick and inexpensive way to provide lateral eye protection

CT-42467

5 Position

Price Per Pair 100-290 59¢ 50-90 60¢ 10-40 61¢

Sold in packs of 10 pairs.

Saline Eyewash

• Contains sterile, buffered solution, sealed to ensure safety • Ideal for use in a first aid room or on a jobsite as a single-dose unit to help remove non-toxic floating foreign matter from eyes • Also use to relieve eye irritation due to pollen and dust particles

Eyewash bottles cannot be used as the sole means of emergency flushing.

Saline Wall Station

• Provides safe, first response care until the person can access an ANSI–compliant emergency eyewash device • Easy snap-out access to bottles • Easy to clean • E xtended flow opening provides longer flow rate than conventional bottles • Single Bottle Wall Station holds one 16 oz. or 32 oz. bottle (included) • Double Bottle Wall Station holds two 32 oz. bottles (included) • Includes wall-mounting hardware

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Description

Product Code

Price

16 oz. bottle

CT-16407

48+ $8.70 ea. 12–47 $8.85 ea. 1–11 $9.05 ea.

32 oz. bottle

CT-16487

48+ $12.15 ea. 12–47 $12.35 ea. 1–11 $12.62 ea.

Description

Product Code

Price

16 oz. single bottle wall station

CT-16406

48+ $28.49 ea. 12–47 $28.97 ea. 1–11 $29.61 ea.

32 oz. single bottle wall station

CT-16485

48+ $32.46 ea. 12–47 $33.00 ea. 1–11 $33.73 ea.

32 oz. double bottle wall station

CT-16486

48+ $47.89 ea. 12–47 $48.68 ea. 1–11 $49.76 ea.

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64 PPE — Eye Protection

Economy Safety Goggles

•M  eets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high impact standards •C  an be worn with most half-mask respirators • Fits over prescription eyewear •E  asy adjustable strap design for comfortable fit •D  uramass® anti-fog, scratch-resistant coating for longer wear Frame

Lens

Product Code

Perforated

Clear

CT-42632

Indirect Vent

Clear

CT-42631

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11 $1.43 $1.45 $1.48 $2.28 $2.32 $2.37

Perforated

Indirect

Seismic Goggles

•M  eets ANSI Z87.1-2003 Standard • Top and bottom indirect ventilation • Cushion-lined frame •S  oft and flexible nose pads conform to a variety of facial profiles and minimize slippage •C  omes with interchangeable temples and highly adjustable flame-resistant headband • Uvex® anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings perform well in extreme conditions for longer-lasting wear and lens life • Protection against chemical splash Frame

Lens

Product Code

Black

Clear

CT-42633

Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11 $14.70 $14.95 $15.28

Jackson Safety® V90 Shield® Goggles

•M  eets ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard •9  9.9% UV protection • Features Monogoggle XTR with indirect ventilation •P  olycarbonate shield conforms to the shape of the face offering full face protection, plus provides comfortable fit over most prescription eyewear •S  hield detaches from goggle Price Each 48+ 12–47 1–11

Frame

Lens

Product Code

Black

IRUV 5.0 anti-fog

CT- 46543

$32.20 $32.73 $33.46

Blue

Clear anti-fog

CT-46544

$22.20 $22.57 $23.07

Fibre-Metal® F300 Light-Duty Headgear

•M  eets ANSI Z87.1-2010 and CSA Z94.3 standards •L  ightweight, heat-resistant Noryl crown protectors and ratchet headbands •P  rovides general face protection for light-duty applications •F  its over spectacles, with room for air circulation to prevent fogging • 3" crown protector headgear •A  ccommodates standard size (8" x 11½") faceshields (sold separately)

Product Code CT-46714

Price 48+ $16.72 ea. 12–47 $17.00 ea. 1–11 $17.38 ea.

Fibre-Metal® Faceshield Aluminum Mounting Hard Hat Bracket •P  rovides positive seal to keep debris from filtering between cap and shield •M  ay be pivoted above cap between uses without removing the cap • Hard hat aluminum mounting bracket •H  ard hat and faceshield sold separately

Product Code CT-46816

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Respiratory Protection — PPE

65

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION BEST SELLER

Particulate Respirator 8511, N95

• Features Advanced Electret Media and 3M™ Cool Flow™ Exhalation Valve for easy exhalation and cool, dry comfort • Innovative M-noseclip to provide comfort and to help reduce eyewear fogging • NIOSH approved

Product Code CT-42535

For work settings that involve extreme heat, humidity or long periods of wear.

Price Per Box 48+ $21.36 12–47 $21.72 1–11 $22.20

Sold in boxes of 10.

3M™ Disposable P95 Exhalation Valve Particulate Respirator

• NIOSH 42 CFR 84 approved • Features 3M™ Cool Flow™ Exhalation Valve for easy exhalation and cool, dry comfort • Innovative M-noseclip to provide comfort and to help reduce eyewear fogging • 3M recommended for relief against nuisance levels of acid gas and/organic vapors

Excellent choice for work environments that may contain oil aerosols.

Product Code CT-46863

Price Per Box 48+ $40.23 12–47 $40.90 1–11 $41.81

Sold in boxes of 10.

Moldex® Dirt Dawgs® N95 Disposable Particulate Respirator

• NIOSH certified for a filter efficiency of 95% or greater against non-oil based particulates • Meets heat and flame resistance in accordance with ANSI/ISEA 110-2003, Section 7.11.1 • O ffers N95 protection for a variety of industrial applications • Dura-Mesh shell protects filter media from dirt and prevents mask from collapsing • Contour-molded nosebridge seals easily without having to pinch metal noseband; softspun inner lining is soft to the touch

Gerson® 1501 Disposable Nuisance Dust Mask

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CT-46892

Price Per Box 48+ $22.05 12–47 $22.42 1–11 $22.91

Sold in boxes of 20.

Product Code

• E ffective for pollen, common household dust, cut grass, and other non-toxic particles • Adjustable nosepiece contours to fit individual facial features • Not a NIOSH-approved respirator • Not intended for use with toxic mists or chemicals

Respiratory Protection: Breathing Safely Training Program

Product Code

CT-42545

Price Per Box 48+ $7.15 12–47 $7.27 1–11 $7.43

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66 PPE — Respiratory Protection

3M™ P100 6000 Series Half Facepiece Respirator Assembly w/Particulate Filters

• Meets NIOSH 42 CFR 84 requirements • Reusable respirator assembly offers comfort and particulate protection • Each facepiece is remarkably comfortable and soft • A ssemblies use the simple bayonet mounting system with low-profile P100 filters

Size

Product Code

M

CT-46945

Price

L

CT-46946

Size

Product Code

Price

M

CT-16495

L

CT-16424

48+ $160.92 ea. 12–47 $163.60 ea. 1–11 $167.22 ea.

Size

Product Code

48+ $22.20 ea. 12–47 $22.57 ea. 1–11 $23.07 ea.

Full Facepiece 6000 Series, Reusable

• NIOSH approved for negative pressure air purifying and positive pressure dual airline applications • Lightweight design with silicone faceseal for enhanced comfort and durability • L arge, scratch-resistant polycarbonate lens offers wide field of view and excellent visibility • No extra parts required to attach filters, cartridges or a dual airline • 3M™ Cool Flow™ valve helps provide cool, dry comfort • C an be washed and reused many times

Half Facepiece 6000 Series, Reusable

• NIOSH approved • Lightweight with easy-to-adjust headstraps • No extra parts required to attach filters or cartridges to the facepiece • Can be washed and reused many times

Low-profile design allows safety glasses to be worn.

3M™ Particulate Filter P100

For use with 3M™ 6000 Series respirators (above).

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CT-16494

L

CT-16423

Description

• NIOSH approved for environments containing certain oil and non-oil based particles • Unique flexible filter material resists abrasion • Flame- and water-resistant • Use for solid, liquid, oil and radioactive particulates, metal fumes, and asbestos • 2 filters per box

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M

Product Code

Price 48+ $15.26 ea. 12–47 $15.52 ea. 1–11 $15.86 ea.

Price

Standard

CT-19259

48+ $8.02 ea. 12–47 $8.15 ea. 1–11 $8.33 ea.

With Nuisance Level Organic Vapor Relief

CT-19261

48+ $11.57 ea. 12–47 $11.77 ea. 1–11 $12.03 ea.

With Nuisance Level Organic Vapor Relief & Ozone Protection

CT-19260

48+ $10.75 ea. 12–47 $10.93 ea. 1–11 $11.18 ea.

EDITOR TIP  IOSH-approved disposable dust masks will have two head straps. Masks having N only one strap are commonly called “comfort” masks because they are designed to be used where nuisance dust may be present at non-hazardous levels. Comfort masks are not NIOSH-approved, and they do not meet OSHA’s requirements for providing respiratory protection.  When respirator use is required, the employer must meet all of the standard’s requirements, including the requirements for using NIOSH-approved respirators and providing medical evaluations and fit testing.  There is an exception for voluntary use of dust masks when workers are not exposed to hazardous levels of air contaminants. For example, an employee with seasonal allergies may want to wear a mask for comfort when working outdoors. Fit tests and medical evaluations are not required for voluntary use of a dust mask.

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Hearing Protection — PPE

67

HEARING PROTECTION BEST SELLER

E-A-R™ Classic™ Disposable Earplugs

• Easy-to-use cylindrical shape • Non-allergenic and moisture-resistant dermatological safe foam • Soft polymer foam expands in ear for comfortable custom fit • Slow recovery PVC foam provides comfort with low pressure • Flame-retardant for convenient storage • Bright yellow color aids in compliance checks • Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) 29 • Uncorded

E-A-R™ E-Z-Fit™ Corded Earplugs

CT-42561

Price Per Box 48+ $31.38 12–47 $31.90 1–11 $32.61

Sold in boxes of 200 pairs.

Product Code

• Soft, smooth, low-pressure foam rolls down easily and expands to fit ear canal • Bright yellow color aids in compliance checks • Test compatible with 3M E-A-Rfit™ Validation System

Corded Laser Lite® Single-Use Earplugs

CT-46984

Price Per Case 48+ 12–47 1–11

Corded 1110 Foam Earplugs

• Bright orange color aids in compliance checks • Soft, tapered foam conforms to ear canals for great hearing protection and comfort • C an be combined with earmuffs for additional protection • Test compatible with 3M E-A-Rfit™ Validation System • CSA Class AL • Disposable

CT-42575

Price Per Box 48+ 12–47 1–11

$25.82 $26.25 $26.83

Sold in boxes of 100 pairs.

Product Code CT-47006

Price Per Case 48+ 12–47 1–11

$20.92 $21.27 $21.74

Sold in cases of 100 pairs.

Product Code

• Soft, flexible, translucent flanges conform to shape of ear canal to provide an effective seal against noise • Test compatible with 3M E-A-Rfit™ Validation System

$66.16 $67.27 $68.76

Sold in cases of 200 pairs.

Product Code

• High-visibility magenta and yellow colors make compliance checks quick and easy • Self-adjusting foam expands gently inside the ear canal for comfortable long-term wear, while its contoured T-shape delivers easy handling and insertion • Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) 32 • Disposable

Corded Tri-Flange™ Earplugs

Product Code

CT-47013

Price Per Case 48+ $123.10 12–47 $125.15 1–11 $127.92

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68 PPE — Hearing Protection

PlugStation®

Product Code

• High visibility to increase awareness for your hearing conservation program • Eliminates the mess of individually bagged packaging • Each dispenser is filled with Pura-Fit ® earplugs • Sealed, disposable and completely recyclable

CT-16637

Price Per Dispenser 48+ 12–47 1–11

$48.36 $49.17 $50.26

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Peltor™ X Series Over-The-Head Earmuff

• Electrically insulated (dielectric) wire over-the-head headband models • Earcups tilt for optimum comfort and efficiency • Twin headband design helps reduce heat buildup with good fit and balance • Wire headband offers comfortable pressure during prolonged use • Ear cushion foam technology for an effective acoustic seal and reliable protection • Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) 22 • Lightweight

Product Code

Price

CT-46904

48+ $15.34 ea. 12–47 $15.60 ea. 1–11 $15.95 ea.

OPTIME™ 105 Headband Earmuffs

• For noise levels up to 101 dBA • Double-shell technology for effective hearing protection • Stainless steel headband distributes weight, offers low-pressure fit • Earcups tilt for comfort and efficiency • Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) 30

Product Code

Price

CT-42555

48+ $26.41 ea. 12–47 $26.85 ea. 1–11 $27.44 ea.

Peltor™ Optime™ 101 Series Cap-Mount Earmuff

• Stainless steel headband wires with 4-point suspension help distribute cushion pressure evenly • Liquid foam-filled cushions provide excellent seal and lower pressure • Provides attenuation at low and high frequencies • Recommended for noise levels up to 101 dBA

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Product Code

Price

CT-46926

48+ $20.49 ea. 12–47 $20.83 ea. 1–11 $21.29 ea.

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Reflective Workwear — PPE

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REFLECTIVE WORKWEAR SAFETY VEST SIZE CHARTS GloWear® Size Chart Vest Size

S/M

L/XL

Fits Chest Size

36"-44"

44"-52"

BEST SELLER

SafetyGear™ Size Chart

2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL 52"-58"

Vest Size Fits Chest Size

58"-64"

M

L

XL

2X

3X

4X

5X

Up to 40" 42"-44" 46"-48" 50"-52" 52"-54" 56"-58" 60"-62"

GloWear® Mesh Silver-Beaded Reflective Safety Vest • Recommended for work where ANSI certification is not required: parking lots, warehouse/distribution, and delivery • Lightweight, breathable 2.6 oz. polyester mesh fabric • 3¾" hook and loop front closure • Elastic sides • 1" wide reflective tape is vertical over each shoulder • One size fits most Vest Color

Product Code

Orange

CT-5828

Lime

CT-18623

Price Each 25-99 $4.03 10-24 $4.11 1-9 $4.15

Aggregate pricing applies.

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GloWear® Mesh High-Gloss Reflective Safety Vest

• Economic alternative to an ANSI certified vest, not mandated by ANSI Standards • 1" 3M™ Scotchlite™ high-gloss reflective material over shoulders and down the back; more effective in wet conditions than silver glass-beaded striping • Lightweight polyester mesh with black trim • 3¾" hook and loop front closure • Elastic sides • One size fits most Vest Color

Product Code

Orange

CT-5982

Lime

CT-14051

Price Each 25-99 $4.90 10-24 $5.00 1-9 $5.05

Aggregate pricing applies.

GloWear® Mesh High-Gloss Reflective Safety Vest

“The price is right!”

We regularly order these vests for use in all areas of our business. From truck drivers to forklift drivers, plant workers and guests touring our facility. The price is right for keeping them on hand and meet all of our visibility needs!

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70 PPE — Reflective Workwear

BEST SELLER

GloWear® Hi-Vis Seat Belt Cover

• ANSI-compliant polyester solid fabric makes seat belt compliance much easier to observe from outside the cab • 2" Level 2 ANSI-compliant reflective material • Hook and loop closure • Fits standard width seat belt harness

Color

Product Code

Price Each

Orange

CT-28807

Lime

CT-28806

48+ $4.41 12-47 $4.50 1-11 $4.55

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GloWear® Zipper Closure Mesh Safety Vests

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • 2" 3M™ Scotchlite™ silver reflective material over shoulders and around torso • Breathable polyester mesh

Vest Color

Size

Product Code

Price

Without Pocket Orange

Lime PERSONALIZE your vests with your company logo. See page 73.

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28774 CT-8490 CT-8492 CT-28776 CT-28773 CT-8493 CT-8495 CT-28775

25–99 10–24 1–9

$6.84 ea. $6.98 ea. $7.05 ea.

25–99 10–24 1–9

$7.23 ea. $7.38 ea. $7.45 ea.

With Pocket Orange

Lime

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28787 CT-10770 CT-10780 CT-28789 CT-28786 CT-10772 CT-10781 CT-28788

Aggregate pricing applies.

Pocket

SafetyGear™ Zipper Closure Vests With Pockets

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • Breathable polyester mesh allows air flow for keeping cool • Zipper closure • 2" silver reflective tape • 2 lower internal pockets • 2 upper chest pockets with 4 pen pockets

Vest Color

Orange

Lime

Size

Product Code

Price

M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL

CT-28811 CT-28815 CT-28817 CT-28819 CT-28821 CT-28823 CT-28825 CT-28810 CT-28814 CT-28816 CT-28818 CT-28820 CT-28822 CT-28824

25–99 $10.89 ea. 10–24 $11.94 ea. 1–9 $12.99 ea.

Aggregate pricing applies.

DID YOU KNOW?

ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 American National Standard For High-Visibility Safety Apparel And Accessories updates the widely accepted standard on high-visibility safety apparel. With a few major changes and noteworthy differences, the 2015 version: • Adds ”types” to garment descriptions: off-road — type O, roadway and temporary traffic control — type R, and public safety activities — type P • Combines the ANSI/ISEA 107 and 207 standards; • Adds specifications for accessories including headwear, gloves and armbands; and • Adds a ”smallest size” offering (allows for an exception to the minimum area requirements for background materials used in Type R Performance Class 2 and Class 3 garments); • Specifies labeling requirements to identify the garment by performance class, type and by its flame resistance characteristics

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Reflective Workwear — PPE

GloWear® Mesh Non-Refective Safety Vest

• Used where visibility is important, but not mandated by ANSI standards • Lightweight polyester mesh with black trim • 3¾" hook and loop front closure • Elastic sides • One size fits most

GloWear® Hook & Loop Closure Vest With Pocket

Vest Color

Product Code

Orange

CT-5981

Lime

CT-14050

Aggregate pricing applies.

Vest Color

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • 2" 3M™ Scotchlite™ silver reflective material over shoulders and around torso • Breathable polyester mesh • 1 lower inside pocket

Price Each 25-99 $3.63 10-24 $3.71 1-9 $3.75

Orange

Lime

Size

Product Code

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28783 CT-10766 CT-10778 CT-28785 CT-28781 CT-10768 CT-10779 CT-28784

Price Each

25–99 $6.74 10–24 $6.88 1–9 $6.95

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GloWear® Fire-Retardant Treated Safety Vest

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • Solid polyester with fire-retardant treatment to prevent after-flame (NOT designed for use in arc flash applications) • Flame-retardant treatment good for up to 25 washings • Fastens in front with hook and loop closure • 2" 3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective material over shoulders and around torso

Vest Color

Size

Product Code

Lime

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28800 CT-19297 CT-19298 CT-28801

Price Each 25–99 $32.74 10–24 $33.41 1–9 $33.75

Aggregate pricing applies.

GloWear® X-Back Solid Safety Vest

• M  eets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R and Canadian CSA Z96-02 standards for Class 2 acceptability • High-gloss reflective material is more effective in wet conditions • 2" 3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective material horizontally around torso and in an X pattern on back • Plastic zipper front (plastic improves spark resistance) • 1 large inside right pocket

GloWear® Surveyor Safety Vest

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • 2" W Level 2 ANSI-compliant silver reflective material • Durable solid polyester front and breathable mesh polyester back • Zipper closure • 2 lower internal pockets, 1 upper right external radio flap pocket, 1 upper left external chest pocket with pen pockets in front, 1 lower external back pocket

Vest Color

Size

Product Code

Orange

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28790 CT-14054 CT-14055 CT-28791

Price Each 25–99 $21.10 10–24 $21.53 1–9 $21.75

Aggregate pricing applies.

Vest Color Orange

Lime

Size

Product Code

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28316 CT-5987 CT-5989 CT-28771 CT-28770 CT-5990 CT-5992 CT-28772

Price Each

25–99 $20.42 10–24 $20.84 1–9 $21.05

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72 PPE — Reflective Workwear

SafetyGear™ 3-Pocket Mesh Breakaway Safety Vest

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • Breathable polyester mesh for maximum cool comfort • Hook and loop closure • 2" reflective stripes • 2 internal lower pockets and 1 external chest pocket with 1 pen pocket • Breakaway provides additional safety around extreme traffic hazards, moving machinery, or equipment

Vest Color

Orange

Lime

Size

Product Code

M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL

CT-28872 CT-28874 CT-28876 CT-28878 CT-28880 CT-28882 CT-28885 CT-28870 CT-28873 CT-28875 CT-28877 CT-28879 CT-28881 CT-28883

Price Each

25–99 $12.92 10–24 $13.44 1–9 $13.99

Aggregate pricing applies.

SafetyGear™ Two-Tone Mesh Safety Vest • Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • Breathable polyester mesh • Zipper closure with 2 lower internal pockets • 2" two-tone reflective tape for optimum visibility

Vest Color

Orange

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GloWear® Hi-Vis Neck Shade

Lime

CT-28809

Size

Product Code

M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL

CT-28856 CT-28858 CT-28861 CT-28863 CT-28865 CT-28867 CT-28869 CT-28855 CT-28857 CT-28860 CT-28862 CT-28864 CT-28866 CT-28868

Price Each

25–99 $18.04 10–24 $18.98 1–9 $19.99

Aggregate pricing applies.

GloWear® Breakaway Mesh Safety Vest

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • Hook and loop front closure • 2" reflective stripes • Five-point breakaway vest releases at the sides and shoulders with moderate force to help prevent the worker from being pulled into the equipment • Ideal for workers exposed to moving parts of powered equipment (such as a power take-off) and passing vehicles

SafetyGear™ Two-Tone Surveyor Safety Vest

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 2 standards • Durable polyester solid front and breathable polyester mesh back • 2" wide silver reflective tape on 4" wide contrasting color ribbon for optimal visibility • Zipper closure • 2 lower internal pockets, 2 upper external mic tabs with reinforced stitching, 1 upper right external radio flap pocket, 1 upper left external chest pocket with 4 pen pockets in front, 2 lower external flap pockets

Vest Color Orange

Lime

Size

Product Code

Price Each

S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL S/M L/XL 2XL/3XL 4XL/5XL

CT-28797 CT-14696 CT-14697 CT-28799 CT-28796 CT-14698 CT-14699 CT-28798

25–99 $9.75 10–24 $9.95 1–9 $10.05

Aggregate pricing applies.

Vest Color

Orange

Lime

Size

Product Code

M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL

CT-28842 CT-28844 CT-28846 CT-28848 CT-28850 CT-28852 CT-28854 CT-28840 CT-28843 CT-28845 CT-28847 CT-28849 CT-28851 CT-28853

Price Each

25–99 $18.96 10–24 $19.95 1–9 $20.99

Aggregate pricing applies.

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Reflective Workwear — PPE

GloWear® Fleece-Lined Bomber Jacket

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 3 standards • Features 100% polyester, weatherproof outer shell with zipper front closure; removable, zip-out 190g fleece liner; and inset hood with drawstring • 2 hand pockets, 1 cell phone pocket, 1 pen pocket • 2" Level 2 ANSI-compliant silver reflective 3M™ Scotchlite™ stripes around arms and chest

Color

Size

Product Code

Lime

S (34–36) M (36–38) L (38–42) XL (42–46) 2XL (46–50) 3XL (50–54) 4XL (58–58) 5XL (58–62)

CT-27087 CT-27089 CT-17974 CT-17975 CT-17976 CT-17977 CT-17978 CT-17979

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Price Each

25–99 $53.31 10–24 $54.40 1–9 $54.95

Aggregate pricing applies.

GloWear® Rain Jacket

• Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-2015 Type R Class 3 standards • Breathable poly shell keeps rain out while letting perspiration escape; polyester mesh lining promotes airflow • Snap closures over full-length zipper with drawstring waist • 2 front pockets, 1 cell phone pocket • 2" Level 2 ANSI-compliant silver reflective 3M™ Scotchlite™ stripes around arms and chest • Machine washable

Color

Size

Product Code

Lime

S (34–36) M (36–38) L (38–42) XL (42–46) 2XL (46–50) 3XL (50–54)

CT-28802 CT-28803 CT-18304 CT-19286 CT-19287 CT-19288

Price Each 48+ $87.27 12–47 $89.05 1–11 $89.95

Aggregate pricing applies.

Hood Rolls Up Into Collar

GloWear® Class E Rain Pants

• Use with Class 3 rain jacket (above) to create an ensemble that exceeds ANSI/ ISEA 107-2015 Type R for Class 3 standards • Breathable poly shell keeps rain out while letting perspiration escape • Wide leg openings with zipper closures • 2" Level 2 ANSI-compliant silver reflective 3M™ Scotchlite™ horizontal stripes around lower legs • Machine washable

Color

Size

Product Code

Lime

S (34–36) M (36–38) L (38–42) XL (42–46) 2XL (46–50) 3XL (50–54)

CT-28804 CT-28805 CT-19291 CT-19292 CT-19293 CT-19294

Aggregate pricing applies.

Price Each 48+ $42.64 12–47 $43.51 1–11 $43.95 Elastic Waistband With Drawstring


74 PPE — Head Protection

HEAD PROTECTION BEST SELLER

Cotton Brow Pad

Flex-Gear® Ratchet

Bullard® Hard Hats

• Meets or exceeds ANSI Z89.1-2009, Type I, Class E & G standards • Lightweight, low profile, and low center of gravity for exceptional balance • Adjustable suspension/shell height so you can “personalize” fit for optimal comfort, look and ventilation • Choose from 4-point pinlock suspension with replaceable poly brow pad or 4-point Flex-Gear ® ratchet suspension with large, absorbent replaceable cotton brow pad • Meets requirements for “reverse wearing” and “extreme cold” • Made in U.S.A.

Vertical adjustments and flexible ratchet ensure a comfortable fit. Color

Product Code

Price

Flex-Gear® Ratchet With Gray Cotton Brow Pad White

CT-13422

Yellow

CT-13423

60+ 20–59 1–19

$13.60 ea. $13.88 ea. $14.02 ea.

Flat Front Pinlock With Poly Brow Pad

Poly Brow Pad

Flat Front Pinlock

White

CT-13419

Yellow

CT-13420

60+ 20–59 1–19

$8.08 ea. $8.25 ea. $8.33 ea.

Standard Vented Shell Ratchet With Gray Cotton Brow Pad White

CT-13424

Yellow

CT-13425

60+ 20–59 1–19

$14.40 ea. $14.69 ea. $14.84 ea.

Classic Full Brim Ratchet With Blue Cotton Brow Pad White

CT-13417

Yellow

CT-13418

60+ 20–59 1–19

$20.37 ea. $20.79 ea. $21.00 ea.

Classic Wide Brim Ratchet With Blue Cotton Brow Pad White

CT-13413

Yellow

CT-13414

60+ 20–59 1–19

$18.86 ea. $19.25 ea. $19.44 ea.

Classic Full Brim Pinlock With Blue Cotton Brow Pad Classic Full Brim Ratchet

Cotton Brow Pad

Bullard® Standard Ratchet Hard Hat

“Lightweight and simple”

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60+ 20–59 1–19

$13.62 ea. $13.90 ea. $14.04 ea.

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Head Protection — PPE

V-Gard® Hard Hats

• Meets all applicable requirements for a Type 1 (top impact helmet as outlined in ANSI/ISEA Z89.1-2009, Class E) • Constructed of lightweight, onepiece injection-molded, high-density polyethylene • Choose from Staz-On® pinlock or Fas-Trac® ratchet suspensions - Fas-Trac suspension is a 4-point webbed system with a large knob for easy adjustment - Staz-On suspension is a 4-point webbed system • Meets requirements for “reverse wearing” and “extreme cold” • Made in U.S.A.

Color

Product Code

Price Each

Fas-Trac® Ratchet White

CT-42496

Yellow

CT-42495

Blue

CT-46786

Orange

CT-46790

Hi Vis Yellow/Green

CT-46791

Green

CT-46793

Gray

CT-46795

48–143 $16.82 12–47 $17.10 1–11 $17.48

Fas-Trac® Ratchet

Staz-On® Pinlock White

CT-42489

Yellow

CT-42486

Red

CT-42484

Blue

CT-46776

Orange

CT-46779

Green

CT-46782

Bright Lime Green

CT-46783

48–143 $10.10 12–47 $10.27 1–11 $10.49

Staz-On® Pinlock

Weldas® SweatSOpad® Air-Cushioned Hard Hat Headband • Made form absorbent, 100% fleecy cotton • Features air cushion layer • Absorbs excessive perspiration • Helps minimize “helmet head” helmet slippage • Headband is flame-retardant treated • Hook-and-loop closure • Fits all major brands of hard hats and welding/face shield type headgear

Skullerz® Long- and ShortBrim Bump Cap

• Removable, impact-resistant shell with foam lining and flanged design for comfort and air flow • Ideal for aircraft manufacturing, warehouse, food and beverage, confined space, HVAC, electrical, transportation and manufacturing environments, among others • Short-brim: 50mm; Long-brim: 80mm

Color

Product Code

CT-42498

Price Each 48+ $2.66 12–47 $2.70 1–11 $2.76

Price Each

Long-Brim Black

CT-48711

Navy Blue

CT-48712

Lime

CT-48713 Short-Brim

Black

CT-48708

Navy Blue

CT-48709

Lime

CT-48710

North® Bump Cap Baseball Cap Insert

48-143 $24.89 12-47 $25.39 1–11 $25.65

• Turns most baseball caps into instantaneous protection against bumps, scrapes and low hanging obstructions • Ideal for meter readers, food processing, and other industries that do not require full hard hat protection

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Product Code

Long-Brim

Product Code CT-46735

Short-Brim

Price Each 48-143 $2.23 12–47 $2.27 1–11 $2.32

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76 PPE — Fall Protection

FALL PROTECTION BEST SELLER

Miller® Titan™ Non-Stretch Full Body Harness

•M  eets all applicable OSHA, ANSI and CSA standards • Features mating chest buckle and shoulder straps • Sliding back D-ring with flexible D-ring pad •S  ub-pelvic strap; trilingual labeling and instructions •D  urable label packs protect labels and inspection documents • Rated up to 400 lb. capacity

Size

Product Code

S/M

CT-42616

L/XL

CT-42615

2XL

CT-42614

Price 48+ $60.95 ea. 12–47 $61.97 ea. 1–11 $63.34 ea. 48+ $68.43 ea. 12–47 $69.57 ea. 1–11 $71.11 ea.

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Miller® TurboLite™ Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) •M  eets all applicable OSHA, ANSI and CSA standards •1  .9 lbs.; 6' abrasion-resistant web deadline •A  ttaches directly to the harness back D-ring for greater mobility and versatility •H  igh-strength, impact-resistant nylon housing for maximum durability • Built-in swivel prevents lifeline from twisting •E  ngineered webbing for greater abrasion resistance and long service life •R  ated up to 400 lb. capacity; no annual factory recertification required

Product Code

Price

CT-16489

48+ $185.92 ea. 12–47 $189.02 ea. 1–11 $193.20 ea.

Product Code

Price

Capital Safety® Protecta® PRO™ Stretch Shock Absorbing Lanyard

• Abrasion-resistant polyester tubular webbing • Energy-absorbing design limits fall arrest forces • Impact indicator •S  elf-locking snap hooks at each end • 6'

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48+ $67.16 ea. 12–47 $68.28 ea. 1–11 $69.80 ea.

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Fall Protection — PPE

Miller® DuraFlex Python™ Ultra Harness

• Meets all applicable OSHA, ANSI and CSA standards • Cushioned tubular webbing in shoulder straps for comfort around the neck and shoulders when wearing a tool belt • Breathable comfort-touch back D-ring pad for tangle-free donning and cooler extended wear comfort • Stretch webbing in the lower torso straps move with the body for greater flexibility • Quick-connect buckles on the chest and leg straps for easy donning • Friction buckle shoulder straps and tool belt loops • Rated up to 400 lb. capacity Description Size L/XL (Universal)

Product Code

Price

CT-42603

48+ $167.03 ea. 12–47 $169.82 ea. 1–11 $173.58 ea.

Capital Safety® DBI Sala Delta Vest-Style Harness

• Meets all applicable OSHA and ANSI standards, including ANSI Z359.1 • Water-repellent Repel webbing has built-in rip-stitch impact indicators for inspection of harness for prior damaging impact loads • Revolver vertical torso adjuster makes adjustments simple and fast • L anyard keepers for holding unused snap hooks and reducing trip hazards • L abel protector has Velcro cover for holding harness labels and i-Safe identification tag • Rated up to 420 lb. capacity Product Code CT-46566

Price 48-143 $151.52 ea. 12–47 $154.05 ea. 1–11 $157.46 ea.

Capital Safety® DBI Sala ExoFit NEX™ Vest-Style Harness

• Meets all applicable OSHA and ANSI standards • Durable, anti-absorbent webbing • Covered pocket with elastic sides holds workplace or personal items •Reflective material for low-visibility environments • Stand-up dorsal D-ring, integrated suspension trauma straps for post fall-arrest comfort, impact indicator stitches and breakaway lanyard keepers • L abel protector has Velcro cover for holding harness labels and i-Safe identification tag • Rated up to 420 lb. capacity Product Code CT-46567

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Price 48-143 $447.26 ea. 12–47 $454.72 ea. 1–11 $464.79 ea.

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78 PPE — Tool Tethering

TOOL TETHERING NEW Premium Topped Tool Pouch - Hinge

• One-handed snap-hinge closure to maintain three points of contact; webbing thumb tab and handle for easy opening and closing • Two exterior and two interior D-rings for carabiner and tool lanyard attachment • Two tool loops for holstering larger tools • 8 interior tool slots for organization; fleece-lined pocket for cell phones Product Code Price • Modular buckle connection system on back for easy attachment and removal to fall protection harnesses and tool belts 48-143 $62.04 ea. CT-56945 12–47 $63.31 ea. • Maximum safe working capacity: 20 lbs. 1–11 $63.95 ea. • 10" L x 6" W x 11½" H

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NEW Small Tool And Radio Holster

• Holds Channellocks®, pliers, wrenches, radios, and cell phones, and more • Two exterior D-rings for tool lanyard attachment Product Code Price • Modular buckle connection system on back for easy attachment and removal to fall protection harnesses and tool belts 48-143 $23.24 ea. CT-56946 12–47 $23.71 ea. • Maximum safe working capacity: 5 lbs. 1–11 $23.95 ea. • 4½" L x 2½" W x 8½" H

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NEW Topped Parts Pouch

• Trap door closure for safety and security • Waterproof tarpaulin material • 2 exterior nickel-plated D-rings for tool lanyard • Maximum safe working capacity: 20 lbs. • 7½" L x 7½" W x 12" H Product Code CT-56988

Price 48-143 $38.76 ea. 12–47 $39.55 ea. 1–11 $39.95 ea.

NEW Can/Bottle Holder & Trap

• A pproved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Neoprene primary material is abrasion-resistant and stretches to fit a variety of bottles/cans (fits standard 16.9oz. water bottles, spray paint cans, WD40 canisters and more) • Convenient stainless steel belt clip attaches to tool belts and fall protection harnesses • Maximum capacity: 2 lbs. Product Code CT-56998

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Price 48-143 $17.42 ea. 12–47 $17.77 ea. 1–11 $17.95 ea.

NEW Self-Adhering Tape Trap

• Third party tested using a 2:1 safety factor • Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Provides added grip to the handle of a tool • Maximum safe working capacity: 10 lbs., depending on length, tool, tail and lanyard used • 1" W x 12' L

Description

Product Code

Gray

CT-56949

Orange

CT-56950

Price 48-143 $29.45 ea. 12–47 $30.05 ea. 1–11 $30.35 ea.

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NEW TOOL TRAPS

Tool Tethering — PPE

• Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Made of stainless steel

Drill & Impact Driver

• Perfect for smaller, cylindrical 12v. drills and impact drivers • Set includes 1 bracket connection point, 6 fasteners with locking washers • Fasteners include M2.5 socket cap head; 2 M3 Phillips pan heads; and 3 M4 Phillips pan heads • Maximum tethering capacity: 2.5 lbs. for the M2.5 fastener; 3 lbs. for M3 and M4 fasteners

Grinder

Drill & Impact Driver

• Perfect for corded or cordless angle grinders and similar power tools • Set includes 1 bracket connection point, 2 fasteners and locking washers • Fasteners include stainless-steel M8 and M10 hex head bolts • Maximum tethering capacity: 8lbs.

Pneumatic

• Perfect for a variety of pneumatic tools using an air hose • Set includes 1 bracket connection point • Fits couplers ranging in size from ¼" to 3/8" • Maximum tethering capacity: 5 lbs.

NEW Hand Tool Trap - Slips

Description

Product Code

Price

Drill & Impact Driver

CT-57022

Grinder

CT-57023

48-143 $14.12 ea. 12–47 $14.40 ea. 1–11 $14.55 ea.

Pneumatic

CT-56999

Description

• A pproved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Swiveling exterior ring spins 360-degrees allowing screwdrivers and other rotating tools to be used without issue • Maximum tethering capacity up to 1 lb., depending on size • Available in four sizes compatible with tools ranging from 0.05" to ½"

Product Code

48-143 $8.68 ea. 12–47 $8.86 ea. 1–11 $8.95 ea.

Pneumatic

Price Per Pack

Small

CT-56990

48-143 $14.50 ea. 12–47 $14.80 ea. 1–11 $14.95 ea.

Medium

CT-56991

48-143 $15.47 ea. 12–47 $15.79 ea. 1–11 $15.95 ea.

Large

CT-56992

48-143 $16.44 ea. 12–47 $16.78 ea. 1–11 $16.95 ea.

X-Large

CT-56993

48-143 $17.42 ea. 12–47 $17.77 ea. 1–11 $17.95 ea.

Variety Pack (includes 1 of each size)

CT-56994

48-143 $16.06 ea. 12–47 $16.38 ea. 1–11 $16.55 ea.

Intended for single use; discard after removal and replace.

Grinder

Variety Pack

Sold in packs of 4.

NEW Web Tool Tails

• A pproved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Use with Tape Trap (sold on page 78) to create retrofit tether point • Fully enclosed plated D-ring for secure attachment • Web catch with double stitch for more durable stop • Maximum safe working capacity: 2 lbs.

Description

Product Code

Short, Black

CT-56969

Price Per Pack

CT-56970

Medium, Orange

CT-57011

Long, Black

CT-57012

X-Long, Orange 2X-Long, Black Variety Pack (includes 1 of each size)

CT-57013

48-143 $8.39 ea. 12–47 $8.56 ea. 1–11 $8.65 ea.

CT-57000 Variety Pack

Short through 2X-Long sold in packs of 6. Variety pack sold in packs of 5.

NEW Elastic Loop Tool Tails Extensions • Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Use as an anchor for belt, harness, or structure • Use with Tool Trap™ (sold above) to create retrofit tether point • Stretch cord surrounded by tubular nylon webbing • Maximum safe working capacity: 15 lbs.

Description

Product Code

Price Per Pack

Standard, 11" L

CT-56947

48-143 $10.82 ea. 12–47 $11.04 ea. 1–11 $11.15 ea.

Extended, 18" L

CT-56948

48-143 $12.76 ea. 12–47 $13.02 ea. 1–11 $13.15 ea.

Sold in packs of 3.

Standard

Extended

NEW Coil Hard Hat Lanyard With Clamp • Low profile durable plastic coil; coil design prevents snag and tangle hazards • Quick connect clamp attaches securely to fabric • Easily attaches to hard hats and other headwear • Maximum safe working capacity: 2 lbs. • 12" L coiled; 48" L extended

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Description

Product Code

Black

CT-57035

Lime

CT-57003

Price 48-143 $6.06 ea. 12–47 $6.19 ea. 1–11 $6.25 ea.

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80 PPE — Tool Tethering

NEW TOOL TETHERING KITS

• Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Include Self-Adhering Tape

2 lb. Kit

• 4½" Web Tool Tails (6 Pack) • Coiled lanyard design, prevents snagging • Tether up to six 2 lb. tools

5 lb. Kit

• Accessory Kit - Detachable Loops (3 Pack) • Detachable Single Carabiner • Tether up to four 5 lb. tools

2 lb. kit

10 lb. Kit

• Elastic Loop Tool Tails™ Swivel • Tool Lanyard Single Carabiner • Tether up to three 10 lb. tools

Description

Product Code

Price

2 lb. kit

CT-57005

48-143 $59.04 ea. 12–47 $60.24 ea. 1–11 $60.85 ea.

5 lb. kit

CT-57006

48-143 $52.15 ea. 12–47 $53.21 ea. 1–11 $53.75 ea.

10 lb. kit

CT-57007

48-143 $55.06 ea. 12–47 $56.18 ea. 1–11 $56.75 ea.

NEW Power Tool Tethering Kit

• Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Tether one standard 6lb. cordless power tool • Includes: - Squids® Power Tool Trap (Large) - Squids® Tool Lanyard Single Carabiner

Product Code

Price 48-143 $29.45 ea. 12–47 $30.05 ea. 1–11 $30.35 ea.

CT-57008

NEW Wrist Lanyard Tethering Kit - 3 lb. • Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Tether up to four 3 lb. tools • Includes: - Accessory Kit - Detachable Loops (3 Pack) - Self-Adhering Tape - Pull-On Wrist Lanyard with Buckle

NEW Tape Measure Tethering Kit

• Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Tether one standard 2 lb. tape measure • Coiled lanyard design, prevents snagging • Includes Tape Measure Trap

Product Code

Price 48-143 $45.26 ea. 12–47 $46.18 ea. 1–11 $46.65 ea.

CT-57009

Product Code CT-57010

Price 48-143 $39.34 ea. 12–47 $40.14 ea. 1–11 $40.55 ea.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

NEW Retractable Single Carabiner With Loop End

• Modular connecting buckle for exchanging tools • Plated swiveling ring for 360 degree rotation • Maximum safe working capacity: 2 lbs. • Self-setting pawls set desired lanyard length; extendable length up to 48"

Product Code CT-57004

Price 48-143 $39.34 ea. 12–47 $40.14 ea. 1–11 $40.55 ea.

NEW Double-Locking Carabiner With Swivel

• Approved to the ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard • Non-shock absorbing webbing provides better protection for heavier tools and lasts longer • Designed to be attached to the structure being worked on instead of worker • Swiveling carabiner(s) prevents entanglement • Double-action locking carabiner with captive eye provides maximum security • Maximum capacity: 40 lbs. • 76" L

Single

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Description

Product Code

Price

Single

CT-57025

48-143 $39.73 ea. 12–47 $40.54 ea. 1–11 $40.95 ea.

Dual

CT-57026

48-143 $66.90 ea. 12–47 $68.26 ea. 1–11 $68.95 ea.

Tools not included with purchase. Please use the promotion code in the yellow box on the back of this catalog when prompted at online checkout or when calling to place your order.

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Protective Workwear — PPE

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PROTECTIVE WORKWEAR BEST SELLER

PROFLEX® Economy Elastic Back Support • Affordable all-elastic 7½" body for extra firm support • 5" single strap closure • Rubber track webbing • Non-conductive polypropylene stays • Detachable suspenders adjust for exact fit Size

Product Code

M (32–34)

CT-26222

XL (38–42)

CT-19263

L (34–38)

CT-19262

2XL (42–46)

CT-19264

4XL (52–58)

CT-19266

3XL (46–52)

CT-19265

Price Each

48+ $14.70 12–47 $15.00 1–11 $15.15

Proflex® Economy Elastic Back Support

“An ounce of prevention..."

...is worth a pound of cure. And it's amazing how much easier it is to get through your day with the additional support these belts provide. If you do a lot of lifting and or bending throughout your day you should make the small investment in this back support. Mike | Safety Professional

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PROFLEX® Economy Soft Cap Knee Pad

Product Code

• Thick 15mm cell foam padding • Durable 600D polyester fabric cover for longer wear • Hook and loop closure adjusts for exact fit

Ansell 56-512 Heavy Weight Supported Non Disposable Apron

CT-19278

Product Code

• Neoprene styles are resistant to a wide range of chemicals • Hycar styles, a tough nitrile blend • Urethane styles offer lightweight comfort and long wear

Ideal for grease and animal fats and working in cold conditions

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CT-46415

Price Per Pair 48+ $18.19 12–47 $18.56 1–11 $18.75

Price Per Box 48+ $219.51 12–47 $223.17 1–11 $228.11

Sold in boxes of 12.

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DuPont™ Tychem® QC Disposable Clothing Coveralls

• Made with polyethylene-coated Tyvek fabric • Provides protection against light liquid splash • Bright yellow color creates contrast across a wide range of natural backgrounds for high visibility in the workplace • Lightweight fabric is durable and resistant to tear and abrasion • Ideal for use in chemical processing and manufacturing applications • Features zipper front

DUPONT™ SIZING Size

Sleeve Length Chest Width

Size L

XL

2XL 3XL

Product Code CT-42533

CT-46436

CT-46434 CT-46435

Price Per Box 48+ 12–47 1–11 $123.41 $125.47

$128.25

$123.41 $125.47

$128.25

$123.41 $125.47 $130.80 $132.98

$128.25 $135.93

Sold in boxes of 12.

Inseam

Fits Chest

M

34"

25"

28½"

36¾"-40¼"

Fits Height 5'3"–5'7"

L

35½"

26½"

29½"

39¾"-43¼"

5'5"–5'9"

XL

37"

28"

30"

42¾"-46¼"

5'8"–6'2"

2XL

38½"

29¼"

31"

45¼"-48¾"

6'0"–6'4"

3XL

38½"

31¼"

32"

49¼"-52¾"

6'2"–6'4"

4XL

39"

33"

33"

52¾"-56¼"

6'4"–6'7"

TM

DuPont™ Tyvek® Coveralls With Collar, Open Wrists And Ankles

• Tyvek® high density polyethylene creates a unique balance of protection, durability and comfort, blocking particles down to 1 micron • Protection is built into the fabric itself, with no films or laminates that wear away • Comfort fit design based on wearer input for a greater range of movement while stretching and bending. Elastic waist helps keep garment in place • Reinforcement in high-stress areas for fewer blowouts • Long zipper for easier donning and doffing • Recommended for lead and asbestos work, general maintenance and operations, painting, and general clean-up

DuPont™ ProShield® NexGen® Coveralls • Meets ANSI 101-1996 sizing standards • Lightweight and soft, yet strong • Anti-static treated • Fabric is especially suited for non-toxic liquid and spray hazards • Coveralls feature zipper front, collar and elastic wrists and ankles

Price Per Box 48+ 12–47

Size

Product Code

M

CT-46438

$141.39

$143.75

$146.93

1–11

L

CT-42519

$141.39

$143.75

$146.93

XL

CT-42516

$141.39

$143.75

$146.93

2XL

CT-42513

$149.84

$152.33

$155.71

3XL

CT-42511

$158.87

$161.52

$165.09

4XL

CT-46437

$173.11

$176.00

$179.90

Sold in boxes of 25.

Size

Product Code

Price Per Box 48+ 12–47 1–11

XL

CT-42530

$132.25

$134.45

$137.43

2XL

CT-42528

$132.25

$134.45

$137.43

3XL

CT-42525

$140.15

$142.48 $145.64

4XL

CT-42523

$151.34

$152.87

$157.27

Sold in boxes of 25.

TM

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Protective Workwear — PPE

Chill-Its® Cooling Towel

• Advanced PVA material holds water without feeling heaving or dripping • Super-evaporative, simply re-wet the towel to reactivate • Wear for hours, or wipe off for quick relief • Machine washable • 29" L x 13" W

Product Code

Using the towel every day? Keep it damp in its convenient storage container so it’s always ready to use.

CT-19086

Price Each 48+ $7.33 12–47 $7.47 1–11 $7.55

Chill-Its® Cooling Towel

“Product of choice."

I love this cooling towel. This towel stays considerably lower in temperature than the air around you.

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• Features advanced PVA material liner that activates easily and quickly when run under water • Lightweight and low-profile design is perfect for use under hard hats/helmets • Reusable - simply re-wet the bandana to reactivate its cooling effects • Tie closure for personal fit • Machine washable • 36" L x 2" W

Evaporative Cooling Bandana

Color

• Advanced PVA material activates easily and quickly after one minute in cold water • Evaporative cooling process keeps you cool all day • Super-evaporative material holds water without feeling heavy • Patented

Fire Retardant Evaporative Cooling Bandana • Fabric meets ASTM F1506 performance requirements and ASTM F2302 for flame resistance • Classified HRC1 per NFPA® 70E • Modacrylic cotton blend fabric

Product Code

Price Each

Evaporative Bandanas Blue

CT-19091

Hi-Vis Lime

CT-19090

Stars & Stripes

CT-19087

Camouflage

CT-30162

Flames

CT-30163

48+ $4.71 12–47 $4.80 1–11 $4.85

Fire Retardant Evaporative Bandanas Hi-Vis Lime

CT-30165

Blue

CT-30166

48+ $5.90 24–47 $6.03 1–23 $6.15

Chill-Its® Sweatband

• Absorbent 100% cotton terry material • Convenient snaps hold sweatband firmly in place • Fits most hard hat suspension systems • Machine washable • 11" L x 21⁄2" W

Product Code CT-19085

Price Each 48+ $2.77 12–47 $2.82 1–11 $2.85

Trex™ Ice Traction Devices

• Rugged, one-piece steel studs for added traction in icy or snowy conditions • Stretchable rubber for easy on and off • Flexible up to -40˚F • Reflective accents on heel for improved visibility in low light • Cinch cord for adjusting fit Size

Product Code

Price Per Pair

Reflective Heel

Non-Adjustable M (5–8)

CT-17958

L (8–11)

CT-17959

XL (11–14)

CT-17960

M (5–8)

CT-17961

L (8–11)

CT-17963

XL (11–14)

CT-17965

48+ $18.19 12–47 $18.56 1–11 $18.75

Adjustable

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Adjustable

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84

FORKLIFT

Help employees avoid injury with solutions for completing daily inspections

mandated by OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.178.

84

FORKLIFT Forklift Operator Daily Checklist

This form provides your forklift operators with safety and maintenance points to look for when performing pre-operational inspections before each shift.

Snap-Out Format Description 2-ply, carbonless, 8½" W x 11" L

Forklift Operator Daily Checklist

“We are very pleased”

They meet all the OSHA requirements and help us stay compliant. DeborahAnn | Compliance Professional | Cleveland, MS

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Forklift Signs

PAGE

29

Product Code

Price 250 $76.08 100 $36.38 50 $19.72

CT-2118

Call for additional price breaks. Book Format

31 sets of forms per book Description

Product Code

Price

2-ply, carbon, 5½" W x 81/8" L

CT-955

200–299 $2.29 ea. 100–199 $2.50 ea. 1–99 $3.00 ea.

2-ply, carbonless, 5½" W x 81/8" L

CT-7779

200–299 $3.38 ea. 100–199 $3.58 ea. 1–99 $4.10 ea.

2-ply, carbonless, 5½" W x 81/8" L, ENGLISH/SPANISH

CT-30092

100–199 $2.78 ea. 20–99 $3.30 ea. 1–19 $3.43 ea.

Call for additional price breaks.

Tips for safe forklift operation 1. Stay alert. 2. Drive on the right side of aisles and roads. 3. Keep three vehicle lengths behind other vehicles. 4. Slow down and sound the horn at corners and blind intersections. 5. If you cannot see past the load, safely travel backwards. 6. Face the direction of travel. 7. Be careful when traveling from bright areas to dim areas, and vice-versa. 8. Be aware of overhead obstacles. 9. Watch for oil and grease spots. 10. Give pedestrians the right of way.

Tips for properly lifting a load 1. Lift only load weights that the forklift can safely handle. 2. Adjust the forks and attachments to fit the load. 3. Secure highway vehicles when loading/unloading. 4. Place the heaviest part of the load closest to the backrest. 5. Slide the forks all the way into the pallet. 6. Support and center the load so that it will not slide forward or sideways. 7. Secure unstable loads before lifting.

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Tips for properly carrying a load 1. Do not attempt to move unstable loads or loads on broken pallets. 2. Tilt the mast back to stabilize the load before moving. 3. Travel with the load lowered as far as possible. 4. Know the load limits of elevators. 5. Raise and lower the loads only when the forklift is stopped.

Daily inspections should include: • • • • • • • •

Brakes, steering, and tires Safety equipment Horns and alarms Hoses, belts, and cables Indicator lights Mast and forks Gauges and controls Leak detection

Periodic inspections should include: • All items recommended by the truck’s manufacturer • Bolts, nuts, pins, and welds • Wear, deformation, or other damage to forks • Proper function of the lift, tilt, and reach mechanisms • Hoses, belts, and cables • Covers and floor pans • Lift chains • Forks

Forklift Safety Instructional Chart

Contains important forklift safety information and procedures your employees need to know. • Poster outlines forklift safety procedures to help comply with OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.178 • Covers safe forklift operation, properly lifting a load, properly carrying a load, daily inspections, and periodic inspections

Forklift Training Description 26" W x 20" L, laminated

PAGE

118

Product Code

Price 10–24 $24.00 ea. 5–9 $26.95 ea. 1–4 $29.95 ea.

CT-40341

Copyright 2014 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., All Rights Reserved • Neenah, WI • USA • 800-327-6868 • JJKeller.com • Printed in the USA

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Forklift Tags

Cardstock – Pliable, 10 mil plastic (wood- and paper-free). Tear-resistant and waterproof for light duty, short-term use. 3¼" W x 5¾" H with ³⁄ 8" hole. Plastic – 15 mil, plastic tags are tear-resistant, weatherproof, and resistant to chemicals, grease and dirt. 3¼" W x 5¾" H with ³⁄ 8" hole, reinforced by a pull-proof, metal grommet. ◆ CT-47634 ◆ CT-47636

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Description

Price

10–24 $3.25 ea. ◆ 5–9 $3.32 ea. Cardstock 1–4 $3.35 ea.

Plastic

10–24 $9.05 ea. 5–9 $9.24 ea. 1–4 $9.33 ea.

Sold in packs of 5.

◆ CT-47550 ◆ CT-47552

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SPILL CONTROL

85

Avoid unnecessary personal injury, or damage to property or the environment with transportable cleanup solutions that support EPA spill control regulations.

85-87

SPILL CONTROL Hazmat Portable Spill Kit

With this handy kit, you’ll get clean-up supplies and a container to carry used sorbents — all in one. The kit contains enough hazmat sorbents to hold up to 4.5 gallons of liquid spills. NOTE: Care should be taken when using the hazmat sorbents to pick up fuming acids and chlorinated solvents, as these chemicals may degrade the polypropylene sorbent material.

A great choice for smaller spills. Kit includes:

• (1) 5-Gallon Plastic Pail • (4) 3" W x 4' L Hazmat Sorbent Socks • (6) 1  6" W x 20" L Hazmat Sorbent Pads • (1) Temporary Disposal Bag • (1) E  mergency Response Guidebook • (1) Pair Nitrile Gloves • (1) P  air Splash-Resistant Goggles

Product Code CT-6124

Price 12+ $75.26 ea. 4–11 $79.13 ea. 1–3 $83.55 ea.

Individual components also available separately. Call toll-free.

Hazmat Portable Spill Kit

Need more

“came with a variety of sizes for a spill...”

SPILL KIT SOLUTIONS

...and the complete contents of what would be needed. With it coming in a pail it has the perfect place to store everything. MMMS | Safety Coordinator | Jamestown, ND

Choose a kit that fits your specific needs.

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Battery Acid Spill Kit

For quick response to leaking battery acid. Absorbs and neutralizes most small, manageable battery acid leaks.

For use with almost any vehicle. Kit includes:

• (3) 3" W x 4' L Hazmat Sorbent Socks • (15) 1  6" W x 20" L Hazmat Sorbent Pads • (2) 2  lb. Acid Neutralizer Shaker Cartons • (1) Temporary Disposal Bag • (1) Pair Nitrile Gloves • (1) Clear Zippered Storage Bag • (1) Pair Clear Spill Clean-Up Goggles With Perforated Venting (meets CSA Z94.3-99 Standards) • (1) E  mergency Response Guidebook • (1) Clear Zippered Storage Bag

Individual components also available separately. Call toll-free.

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Product Code CT-15004

Price 12+ $65.93 ea. 4–11 $68.67 ea. 1–3 $71.66 ea.

Spill control and emergency response personnel must verify the suitability of any personal protective equipment and clean-up materials before using.

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SPILL CONTROL

Hazmat Poly Drum Spill Kit

Contain up to 16 gallons of liquid spills. NOTE: Care

Product Code

should be taken when using the hazmat sorbents to pick up fuming acids and chlorinated solvents, as these chemicals may degrade the polypropylene material.

Kit includes:

• (1) 2  0-Gallon Un-Certified 1H2/200S Screw Top Drum • (6) 3" X 4' Hazmat Sorbent Socks • (12) 6" X 20" Hazmat Sorbent Pads • (1) 3" X 12' Hazmat Sorbent Sock

Price 12+ $207.09 ea. 4–11 $215.90 ea. 1–3 $226.11 ea.

CT-6127

• (2) 2  1" x 17" Hazmat Sorbent Pillows • (3) Temporary Disposal Bags • (1) E  mergency Response Guidebook • (1) Pair Nitrile Gloves • (1) Pair Splash-Resistant Goggles

Individual components also available separately. Call toll-free.

55-GALLON DRUM UNIVERSAL SPILL KITS Multi-purpose sorbent used for the widest variety of spills, including oil, solvents and other non-aggressive liquid spills.

Earth-Friendly Spill Kit

Features universal sorbents with SPILLOCK ™ to prevent dripping. Made in the U.S.A. from renewable and recycled materials. Our lowest cost sorbent. Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 48 gallons of liquid.

Industrial Spill Kit

Traditional universal sorbents.

Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 40 gallons of liquid.

Kits include:

Are employees TRAINED HAZWOPER Training Programs

• (12) 12' L x 3" W Sorbent Socks • (4) 12" W x 17" H x 2" D Sorbent Pillows • (60) 16" W x 18" L Sorbent Pads • (10) Temporary Disposal Bags • (1) Pair Nitrile Glove • (1) P  air Vented Chemical Softie Goggles • (1) E  mergency Response Guidebook • (1) 5  5-Gallon Un-certified UN1H2/X250/S/00 Polyethylene Drum with Clamp-Ring Top

Product Code

Price

Earth-Friendly 12+ $401.31 ea. 4–11 $418.04 ea. 1–3 $436.20 ea.

CT-15003

Industrial 12+ $422.37 ea. 4–11 $439.96 ea. 1–3 $459.31 ea.

CT-15002

Individual components also available separately. Call toll-free.

See page 132.

Universal Spill Clean-Up Kit w/ 85-Gallon Drum

UN-certified 1A2/X440/S/07/USA/SDCC and 1A2T/Y320/S/07/USA/SDCC 16-gauge steel salvage drum with clamp ring (not recommended for use with highly corrosive materials). Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 42.6 gallons of liquid.

Kit includes:

• (2) 1½' Cubic Foot Bags Sorbent Bulk • (4) 18" W x 8" L Sorbent Pillows • (4) 4  ' L x 3" W Sorbent Socks • (1) 4  4" L Anti-Static Shovel with 10" W x 12" L Blade • (10) 12' L x 3" W Sorbent Socks • (100) 16" W x 20" L Sorbent Pads • (2) Pair Norfoil™ Gloves • (2) Pair Vented Chemical Softie Goggles • (1) R  oll "CAUTION DO NOT ENTER" Barricade Tape, 3" W x 1,000' L • (2) W  hite Tychem® QC Coveralls with Attached Hood

Product Code CT-7922

Price 12+ $519.34 ea. 4–11 $540.54 ea. 1–3 $564.04 ea.

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SPILL CONTROL

TRUCK SPILL KITS

Individual components also available separately. Call toll-free.

Order a kit for each truck. Standard kits include:

• (3) 4' L x 3" W Sorbent Sock • (20) 16" W x 20" L Sorbent Pads • (1) Disposal Bag • (1) Pair Nitrile Gloves • (1) P  air Perforated Chemical Softie Goggles • (1) E  mergency Response Guidebook • (1) Zippered Clear Storage Bag

Standard Kits Description

Deluxe kits include all the components of a standard kit, plus: • (1) Pair Norfoil™ Gloves • (1) P  air Indirect Vented Chemical Splash Goggles • (1) Extra Pair Goggles • (1) Orange Mesh Safety Vest • (1) Z  ippered Yellow Nylon Carrying Bag

Universal Deluxe Kit

Deluxe Kits Product Code

Price Per Kit

Description

Product Code

Price Per Kit

Universal

CT-14998

12+ $86.26 ea. 4–11 $91.65 ea. 1–3 $97.76 ea.

Universal

CT-14999

12+ $118.09 ea. 4–11 $123.57 ea. 1–3 $129.61 ea.

SPILLOCK Universal

CT-15000

12+ $80.20 ea. 4–11 $85.20 ea. 1–3 $90.88 ea.

SPILLOCK Universal

CT-15001

12+ $113.52 ea. 4–11 $118.79 ea. 1–3 $124.58 ea.

Hazmat

CT-7261

12+ $90.56 ea. 4–11 $96.05 ea. 1–3 $102.08 ea.

Hazmat

CT-8320

12+ $120.52 ea. 4–11 $126.13 ea. 1–3 $132.44 ea.

Oil Only

CT-8321

12+ $82.39 ea. 4–11 $87.10 ea. 1–3 $93.57 ea.

Oil Only

CT-8322

12+ $114.35 ea. 4–11 $121.04 ea. 1–3 $126.90 ea.

Universal Kit

Contains multi-purpose sorbents for the widest variety of spills, including oil, solvents, and other non-aggressive liquid spills.

Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 12 gallons of liquid.

SPILLOCK Universal Deluxe Kit

SPILLOCK Universal Kit

Use for a variety of non-aggressive liquid spills. Made from renewable organic and recycled materials. Features SPILLOCK™ sorbents to prevent dripping (more information at bottom). Our lowest cost sorbent.

Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 14.5 gallons of liquid.

Hazmat Kit

Used for corrosive and aggressive liquid spills such as acetone, toulene, benzene, anti-freeze, cutting fluid, and many others. Yellow sorbents alert others that there is a dangerous spill being cleaned up.

Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 12 gallons of liquid.

Oil Only Kit

Used for hydrocarbon (oil) based liquid spills. Oil-only sorbents repel water but pick up fuel, brake fluid, hydraulic fluid, and other oil-based liquids.

Contains enough sorbents to absorb up to 2 gallons of liquid.

GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, GOOD FOR YOU!

SPILLOCK ™ sorbents absorb 20-40% more liquid than traditional sorbents. Their special solidifying agent also helps prevent contaminants from dripping, making cleanup and disposal easier. They are manufactured in the USA using renewable organic and recycled resources.

Traditional sorbent pad.

SPILLOCK™ sorbent pad holds 20-40% more liquid without dripping!

All J. J. Keller® Spill Kits Made in U.S.A.

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88

HAZWASTE

Protect your employees, the general public, and the environment by

following EPA-regulated standards for the storage, transportation and management of hazardous waste.

88-89

HAZWASTE

NEW Uniform HazWaste Manifests & Continuation Sheets

5-ply, carbonless, 8½" W x 11¾" L, detached Description

Stock Code

Stock Price

Personalized Code Personalized Price

Snap-Out Manifest

CT-55359

Continuation sheet

CT-55463

1,000 $345.60 500 $194.40 250 $111.11

5,000 $322.41 2,000 $351.71 1,000 $439.62

CT-55465 CT-55468

Continuous Manifest

CT-55462

Continuation sheet

CT-55464

2,000 $818.82 1,000 $479.52 500 $287.24

5,000 $403.26 2,000 $442.01 1,000 $551.44

CT-55466 CT-55467

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Non-HazWaste Manifests & Continuation Sheets Carbonless, 8½" W x 11¾" L, detached Description Uniform Hazardous Waste

6-Ply Code

Snap-out

CT-10497

Continuous

CT-10498

Continuous continuation

CT-10502

6-Ply Price 1,000 $345.60 500 $194.40 250 $111.11 2,000 $409.41* 1,000 $479.52 500 $287.24

5-Ply Code

5-Ply Price 1,000 $286.86 500 $161.37 250 $92.23

CT-11979 CT-11977

2,000 $335.24* 1,000 $391.28 500 $215.03

CT-11978

Call for additional formats, price breaks, and to order personalized sheets.

*Price per thousand.

REG ALERT As of June 30, 2018, the EPA converted the hazardous waste manifest from a 6-ply to a 5-ply form. NOTE: The non-hazardous waste manifest is not impacted by this change.

Non-Hazardous Waste

Also Available at JJKeller.com Empty Label

CT-13809 paper CT-55284 laser imprintable paper

Used Lamps Label

CT-13811 paper CT-55285 laser imprintable paper

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Special Waste Label

CT-13808 vinyl CT- 55244 laser imprintable vinyl

Used Batteries Label

CT-13813 paper CT-13814 vinyl CT- 55286 laser imprintable vinyl

Non-RCRA Regulated Waste Label CT-13806 vinyl CT-13805 laser imprintable vinyl

Hazardous Waste Label CT-11910 paper

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HAZWASTE 89

Markings BioHazard Package Marking

California Hazardous Material Marking

HAZARDOUS WASTE

Description

Description

STATE AND FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS IMPROPER DISPOSAL IF FOUND, CONTACT THE NEAREST POLICE OR PUBLIC SAFETY AUTHORITY, THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OR THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL.

CT-1639 5,000–9,500 05¢ ea. 1,000–4,500 07¢ ea. 500 10¢ ea.

Paper, 4" W x 4" L

ACCUMULATION START

EPA WASTE

DATE

NO.

HAZARDOUS CHARACTERISTICS:

CA WASTE

TOXIC

CORROSIVE

Single sheets, screen-printed vinyl, 6" W x 6" L

REACTIVE

ADDRESS CITY

STATE

EPA ID. NO.

MANIFEST TRACKING NO.

COMPOSITION AND PHYSICAL STATE DOT PROPER SHIPPING NAME DOT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Sold in multiples of 500.

(Must fill the height of the box to comply with §172.301.)

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Sold in multiples of 100.

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OIL & GAS SAFETY

Protect employees from dangers and health hazards specific to the oil and gas industry while meeting applicable OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations.

90-91

OIL & GAS SAFETY Hours Of Service Rules For Oil & Gas CMV Drivers Explains how FMCSA hours-of-service (HOS) rules apply to the oil and gas industry. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Recognize the purpose of HOS regulations • E xplain how to apply HOS regulations, including on-duty and driving limits and the restart options available to them • Describe how to track HOS using an AOBRD, ELD or paper logs • Identify which HOS exceptions apply to them Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51541

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If your commercial motor vehicles are specially constructed to service oil wells, waiting time at an oil well or natural gas site can be counted as off-duty time and does not count toward the 14-hour period. These logs were created just for this unique driving situation. They have a fifth line for recording off-duty time while drivers are waiting. NAME ADDRESS

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A wide variety of hazards are present at an oil and gas site. This handbook helps you properly protect employees and train them on critical oil and gas field topics, including worker safety and health, and common workplace hazards. Topics covered include: • Fall protection - including requirements under the Walking-Working Surfaces Rule • Personal protective equipment • Worksite exposures such as H2S and requirements under the OSHA Silica rule • Fire prevention • Material handling/forklift safety • Site preparation The handbook features full-color photos to illustrate key points, chapter quizzes to test employee understanding, and a removable employee receipt page for easy documentation. 51/4" W x 81/4" L. Perfect-bound, 264 pages. Description

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H2S Understand The Dangers Handbook

A lot of the on-the-job hazards in your industry are obvious. Corrosion. Confined spaces. Heavy machinery. And then there’s hydrogen sulfide — a colorless, flammable gas that can be incredibly harmful. Because H 2S is common in oil and gas processes as well as industrial operations, we’ve created this compact, easy-to-understand handbook. It’s a practical addition to onsite H 2S training, and a handy field reference for both workers and supervisors. It includes: • The properties of H2S and what makes it dangerous • H2S sources, protective measures, and PPE • Symptoms and health effects of exposure • Medical and first aid treatments • General evacuation and emergency response procedures • Dedicated pages for your site-specific emergency action plan 51/4" W x 81/4" L. Softbound, 32 pages. Product Code CT-30108

Price 10-24 $9.79 ea. 5-9 $9.99 ea. 1–4 $10.49 ea.

Hydrogen Sulfide For Oil & Gas After completing this course, employees will understand: • Potentially dangerous properties of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) • Sources of hydrogen sulfide exposure • Using H2S exposure limits to determine when exposures are not within safe limits • Protective measures to guard against hydrogen sulfide exposure • Appropriate personal protective equipment • Planning an escape route given an area’s wind direction and terrain • Symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure • Response to an emergency release of hydrogen sulfide Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

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ALCOHOL & DRUG

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Delivers CLIA-waived and DOT-approved alcohol testing by qualified personnel.

• Provides quantitative results in less than 5 minutes using only a saliva sample • 10 tests per box

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CT-3756

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Alco-Screen 02™ Oral Fluid Alcohol Test Device

• Easy-to-read results in 4 minutes • Included in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations (NHTSA) conforming products list of alcohol screen devices • Helps determine the presence of alcohol at .02% BAC or more in accordance with DOT regulations 49 CFR §40.245 • Difficult to adulterate Product Code Price Per Box • Allows for observed collections without privacy issues 5–9 $98.00 ea. • 24 tests per box

DOT-approved for testing of CDL drivers by qualified personnel.

CT-37729

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Split-Specimen Cup® 5-Panel Urine Drug Test Cup

Innovative design allows you to divide the sample so that a portion can be sent to a lab for confirmation testing if needed. • Easy-to-read results in 5 minutes • Only test cup available with a locking lid to prevent spills and adulteration • Only test cup available with a peel-off label covering temperature strip to help prevent tampering • Only test cup available with a key-operated chamber allowing the collector to activate the test • 5 -panel test detects amphetamines, cocaine, opiates, marijuana and phencyclidine • Section of panel can be peeled off so that results can be copied and filed • 25 tests per box Product Code

While this test is based on DOT standards, it does not meet the DOT requirements for drug testing in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382. It is not intended to be used for a drug test required by Part 382.

CT-38075

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BreathScan® Disposable Breath Alcohol Detector

Use to determine if the next-level urine, breath, or blood-alcohol test is needed. The .02 BAC level tester measures low levels of alcohol in a person’s system, so it’s best suited for a no-tolerance situation such as a drug-free workplace program. To use, simply have the individual blow into the detector for 12 seconds. If the crystals inside turn from yellow to light blue, the BAC has exceeded .02. • Non-invasive • Unlimited shelf life • Non-perishable • For your non-DOT testing needs • Easily portable • Includes an instruction and information sheet

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The only U.S. FDA 510K-approved onsite saliva test for workplace drug testing. • Easy-to-read results in 5 minutes • Only one-step oral fluid testing device available — collect and test in one integrated device • Detects amphetamines, cocaine, opiates, marijuana and methamphetamines, including MDMA (Ecstasy) and phencyclidine (PCP) • Non-invasive — avoids cross-gender observation issue • Each test is individually sealed and labeled with lot number and expiration date Product Code Price Per Box • Includes transport vial for confirmation testing 5-9 $376.28 ea. CT-26809 3-4 $387.38 ea. • For your non-DOT testing needs 1–2 $399.45 ea. • 25 tests per box

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Alcohol Testing Form — (Non-DOT)

This form is for testing employees not regulated by DOT and can be used when conducting breath or saliva alcohol testing.

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Drug-Free Workplace Policy Poster

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WORKPLACE Workplace Policy POLICY NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES AND JOB APPLICANTS

This is a

Drug-Free Workplace

& DRUG SOLUTIONS The illegal use, possession, distribution, or manufacture of controlled substances is strictly prohibited. Employees are not allowed to be under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol while at work.

Drug and alcohol tests may be conducted before hire and during your employment.

This poster is for informational purposes only.

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OSHA Compliance For Construction Activities: From Understanding To Implementation Manual

Provides straightforward guidance on OSHA’s Part 1926 requirements including fall protection, scaffolding, work zone safety, PPE, ladders and stairways, and more. Includes summaries, FAQs, safety plans, audit checklists, and J. J. Keller ® ez Explanations™. CT-47506 $279

OSHA Rules For Construction Activities: 1926 And Other Essential Regulations Guide

Quickly and easily locate up-to-date 29 CFR Part 1926 and referenced Part 1910 regulations with OSHA Rules For Construction Activities. This manual also includes OSHA letters of interpretation, a glossary of safety and health terms and acronyms, and OSHA’s most frequently cited serious violations. CT-47507 $279

Hazard Communication Compliance Manual

This manual cuts through confusing regulatory language to spell out how to comply with OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, including GHS labeling requirements. Over 400 pages. CT-50359 $279

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OSHA Rules For General Industry: 1910 And Other Essential Regulations Guide

Get all of OSHA’s word-for-word Part 1910 workplace safety regulations, including requirements under Subpart D, WalkingWorking Surfaces. Also includes Part 1904 injury and illness recordkeeping regulations and the 1903 regulations that outline the OSHA inspection and penalty process, all in one user-friendly book. CT-47429 $279

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J. J. Keller’s one-of-a-kind Everyday OSHA Safety & Health Management manual covers what you need to know to be a successful safety manager. CT-49921 $279

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OSHA Compliance For General Industry: From Understanding To Implementation Manual

Provides easy-to-understand compliance guidance for the 1910 regulations, including requirements under Subpart D, WalkingWorking Surfaces. Also includes sample written plans, compliance checklists, FAQs, ez Explanations™ summaries,and more. CT-47417 $279

Safety Training Talks Manual

Takes the work out of preparing essential safety training by providing over 250 ready-to-use talks covering a wide variety of general industry (Part 1910) and construction (Part 1926) regulations. Also includes a Training Requirements At-A-Glance Table to help you determine required training. CT-51327 $279

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Construction Regulatory Update Newsletter With Poster

This 8-page monthly newsletter keeps you up to date with changing regulations. It covers: •O  SHA proposed and final rules •S  afety tips and information •R  egular features include violations and enforcement, industry calendar, and Expert Questions of the Month •E  PA and DOT regulation information affecting the construction industry

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February 2019

News of OSHA, EPA & DOT Activity

National Safety Stand-Down for Falls coming May 6-10 OSHA invites employers and workers to participate in its National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, May 6-10, 2019. The week long outreach event encourages employers and workers to pause during the workday to discuss fall hazards and how to prevent them. Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction

IN THIS ISSUE • OSHA must improve employer injury, illness reporting . . . . . .2 • 2017 fatal injuries shows decrease from previous year . .3 • OSHA provides two rulemaking updates . . . . . . . . .4 • Six facts you must know about OSHA and construction . . . . . .4 • What you need to know about diesel exhaust exposure . . . . . .5

JJKeller.com Check our website for the latest OSHA/DOT documents. Go to Construction and then Reference Materials. • Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs in Construction • Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction: OSHA 3902-11 2016

employees, accounting for 370 fatalities in 2016.

Emphasize safety and training The Safety Stand-Down is a time when construction employers across the country can stop to emphasize safety and training. OSHA says any workplace can take a break to focus on fall hazards and reinforce the importance of fall prevention. Even employers with workers who are not exposed to fall hazards can use this opportunity to talk with employees about other job hazards they face. It’s also a good time to discuss protective methods and the companies’ safety policies and goals.

Teamwork in action

• U.S. Air Force, and • OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Centers.

Everyone participates OSHA says in past years participants included: • Commercial construction companies of all sizes, • Residential construction contractors, • Sub- and independent contractors, • Highway construction companies, • General industry employers, • The U.S. military, • Other government participants, • Unions, • Employer’s trade associations, institutes, • Employee interest organizations, and • Safety equipment manufacturers. Employers can download a Certificate of Participation from OSHA’s website following the National Safety Stand-Down.

To sponsor the national event OSHA is partnering with the: • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), • National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA), • OSHA approved State Plans, • State consultation programs, • Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR), • American Society of Safety ProfesFriendly reminder of sionals (ASSP), a serious deadline • National Safety OSHA began collection of Council, 2018 Form 300A data on • National ConJanuary 2, 2019. Remember, struction Safety the deadline for submitting Executives the data is March 2, 2019. (NCSE),

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Employers could be liable for active-shooter violence

Written specifically for line supervisors. It addresses safety issues affecting supervisors and their employees, provides materials for safety talks and oneon-one training, and includes information on inspecting work areas, employee motivation, supervisor accountability, case studies, and safety examples. 4 pages. Monthly.

Restroom requirements

Health concerns Diet, medication use, and medical conditions are among some of the factors that can affect the frequency that people use the restrooms. Pregnant women, women with stress incontinence, and men with prostatic hypertrophy need to urinate more frequently than other people. The frequency to go to the restroom can be caused by various medications,

fluid intake, cold and hot temperatures, and medical conditions.

Within a reasonable timeframe Allow employees to use the restrooms when needed. Employers shall not dock pay or impose a fee during non-schedule breaks; doing so could lead to Wage and Hour violations. While you may have fixed break times when employees can use the restroom, some employees may need to use them more frequently. Talk to your human resources department if you think an employee is taking too many breaks. Mobile crews Employees who work in construction or who are part of a mobile crew in the field must be allowed to use some form of transportation to use a restroom near where they are working.

What about work stations requiring constant coverage? OSHA recommends establishing signal or relief worker systems for employees working in assembly lines or in other jobs where any employee’s absence can disrupt the work environment. Under these systems, an employee can signal another person by raising their hand, so they can be provided work relief while the employee goes to the restroom. This can easily be done when sufficient work relief workers are there to accommodate employees.

IN THIS ISSUE Ladders with self-closing gates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Inspecting Forklifts . . . . . . . . . 2 What employees need to know: Three indispensable categories in an SDS . . . . . . . 2 Evaluation of an injury . . . . . . 3 Push sticks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Did You Know? Respirator cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Take a proactive approach to machine guarding . . . . . . . . . . 3 Planning for fire safety and practicing evacuations . . . . . . 4 Did You Know? Open sided floors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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BLS: Data show slight decrease in workplace fatalities A total of 5,147 people lost their lives at work in 2017, according to the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), which was released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) on December 18. The fatal injury rate decreased to 3.5 per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers from 3.6 in 2016.

To use a ladder safely: • Set the ladder on a firm, solid surface • Keep the area around the top and bottom of the ladder clear • Face the ladder when climbing and descending Workplace deaths by type of incident • Use both hands to grip the ladder’s side rails whenever possible The BLS reports that work injuries transportation incidents • Allow only one person on the ladder at a time involving remained the most common fatal event in 2017, accounting for 40 • Never use a metal ladder near electrical lines. percent of work-related deaths. Fatal falls were at their highest level in the 26-year history of the CFOI, accounting for 17 percent of worker deaths. In addition, deaths from expo-

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Number of SVEP cases takes a turn While OSHA’s Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP) is not going away, the number of employers in the program is going down. Of the 1,148 cases logged since 2010, 655 employers (or 57 percent) remain on the December 2018 SVEP log. Compare that to the March 2018 log, which had 672 employers listed, it’s a 2.5 percent drop. OSHA instituted the program on June 18, 2010, to focus enforce-

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ment efforts on employers that the agency claims demonstrate indifference to the health and safety of their employees through willful, repeated, or failure-to-abate violations of the OSH Act. While OSHA gives no explanation for the decrease, it may be attributed to fewer employers being placed in the program and/or more employers finally meeting the criteria to get out of the program.

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OSHA has set permissible exposure limits (PELs) for many air contaminants. However, for many, such as 1-bromopropane, the Agency does not. Does that mean OSHA can’t issue citations when employees are exposed to a hazardous level of a contaminant for which there is no PEL?

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OSHA raises maximum penalties 2.5 percent Federal OSHA announced a final rule to increase its penalties for inflation. OSHA’s maximum penalties at 29 CFR 1903.15 are now increased 2.5 percent. Citations assessed by OSHA on or after Jan. 23, 2019, will be subject to the new maximums seen here. The agency managed to get a final rule into the Federal Register on January 23, despite a partial government shutdown. State-plan states must increase their private-employer penalties in

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Employers are required to provide restrooms for each separate sex. The restroom stalls must be able to be locked from the inside for each stall and maintained in a sanitary condition. Restrooms must be equipped with hot and cold running water along with hand soap or similar cleansing agents so employees can wash their hands. Hand towels, cloth, paper, continuous cloth toweling, or air blowers must be supplied to employees so they can dry their hands.

ing such incidents. For instance, in 2017, a worker was allowed to enter the distribution facility where he worked despite setting off metal detectors at the entrance. He then shot five coworkers, three of whom died, before killing himself. The company in question now faces lawsuits from families of those who were shot, as well as workers who were injured trying to escape. Though the likelihood of a shoot-

If it seems like active shootings are happening more frequently, that’s because they are. The FBI identified 250 active-shooter incidents between 2000 and 2017, with 50 happening between 2016 and 2017 alone. The agency recorded 30 such events in 2017, the highest year on record. While the FBI reports that nearly half (42 percent) of the incidents between 2000 and 2017 took place at businesses or areas of commerce, most of the locations categorized as non-commerce, such as education, healthcare, and places of worship, are also places of employment. Through this lens, more than 80 percent of active shootings happened in places of employment. Section 5 of the OSH Act states that employers are required to furnish workplaces “free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm.” In other words, employers have a duty to keep their workers safe from identifiable harm. With the rise of workplace shootings in recent years, this kind of violence is beginning to be considered a “recognized hazard,” and employers have faced increased legal action follow-

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sure to harmful substances or environments rose 2.5 percent, and deaths from fires and explosions rose over 39 percent. The BLS breaks down the data further, showing: • Violence and other injuries by people or animals decreased 7 percent in 2017. Homicides decreased by 42 cases to 458 in 2017, and workplace suicides decreased by 16 cases to 275. • Unintentional overdoses due to non-medical use of drugs or alcohol while at work increased 25 percent from 217 in 2016 to 272 in 2017. This was the fifth consecutive year in which unintentional workplace overdose deaths have increased by at least 25 percent. • Contact with objects and equipment incidents were down 9 percent in 2017 and caught in running equipment or machinery deaths were down 26 percent. Cranerelated workplace fatalities fell to their lowest level ever recorded in the CFOI, with 33 deaths in 2017.

• Fatal occupational injuries involving confined spaces rose 15 percent to 166 cases in 2017, from 144 in 2016. • Within the occupational subgroup driver/sales workers and truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers had the largest number of fatal occupational injuries with 840. This represented the highest value for heavy and tractortrailer truck drivers since the occupational series began in 2003.

More information A summary, and links to details from the CFOI for 2017 are available at https://www.bls.gov/ news.release/cfoi.toc.htm.

IN THIS ISSUE Quick Tips — Stand-Up for Grain Safety Week set for March 25-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Q&A — How long do we need to keep training records? . . . . . 3 BLS reports on how workers are getting injured, ill . . . . . . . . . 4 Training Blueprint — Bloodborne pathogens: Know what puts you at risk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Safety Selections — Bloodborne pathogens: Avoid serious illness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Copyright J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

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What’s Inside n In The News Flammable liquids related fatality . 1 In May 2018, OSHA cited an employer with 11 safety violations...

Get your flammable liquids to their destination safely ........................ 2 Subpart (c) is concerned with the piping, valves, and fittings in flammable liquid piping systems.

It’s a gas…It’s a chemical…It’s a hazardous material! .................... 2 OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard at 1910.1200 uses the word “hazardous” 74 times to discuss hazardous chemical...

A safe bulk plant ensures that your flammable liquids get delivered .... 3 Flammable liquids are delivered to your facility somehow...

Containing the hazard requires choosing the right container ......... 4 Not just any old tank or container will do. OSHA says only use approved containers...

Nothing lasts forever, here is an exception to the rules ................... 5 It can be inefficient to go between your active production and storage areas continuously.

Don’t let your flammable liquid’s program run out of gas at your service stations ........................... 6 OSHA also discusses flammable liquid storage at auto and marine service stations...

EZ as 1-2-3, don’t overprocess flammable liquids compliance at your plant .......................................... 6 Processing plants have chemical operations such as: oxidation, reduction...

A tank…no, not the war machine....7 No, we aren’t talking about an armored fighting vehicle ...

Keeping your wharves compliant is not sink or swim ......................... 8 Wharves are piers, bulkheads, or other structures over or contiguous to navigable water. They are usually used in conjunction with a bulk plant.

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Flammable liquids related fatality In May 2018, OSHA cited an employer with 11 safety violations, including 10 deemed serious and two repeat offenses, plus $281,220 in proposed fines. OSHA inspected the employer’s facility after a fire killed one worker and prompted 125 workers to seek medical treatment. According to fire inspectors, the fire was caused by a preventable static electric spark from the transfer of a flammable liquid. The company was cited in 2016 for failing to ground flammable liquids; their containers and pouring nozzles weren’t properly grounded or bonded. OSHA requires that employers take adequate precautions to prevent the ignition of flammable vapors. Sources of ignition include—but are not limited to—open flames, lightning, smoking, cutting and welding, hot surfaces, frictional heat, sparks, spontaneous ignition, and radiant heat. Furthermore, OSHA says that category 1 or 2 flammable liquids, or category 3 flammable liquids with a flashpoint below 100 °F (37.8 °C), cannot be dispensed into containers unless the nozzle and container are properly grounded or bonded.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY TRAINING 109

HAZARD PERCEPTION CHALLENGE®: SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS • Helps employees understand what hazard perception is, and how important it is to develop and practice it • A unique “watch and react” training formula requires employees to participate in training by quickly identifying the slip, trip, and fall hazards in 16 video scenarios, then making the best choice to avoid or eliminate the hazards • Covers housekeeping, ladder use, stairways, elevated surfaces, and scissor lifts

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48658

$424

Pay Per View Program

CT-43216

$65

Online Course

CT-42426

25 points

Video Training Book

CT-50680

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

DVD program includes:

• 30-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4 -Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 1 EyeCue® Trainer Guide • 1 EyeCue® Poster To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48658.

Unique “watch and react” format requires trainee participation, keeping employees focused and engaged in training.

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Slips & Trips: Workplace Safety Designed to help learners recognize and avoid slip and trip hazards. Explains how to recognize the difference between slips and trips, and what causes each of them to occur. Discusses the potential injuries sustained and costs associated with slips and trips. Describes ways to prevent slips and trips in the workplace.

Reflects Walking-Working Surfaces Final Rule.

Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-38765

800–327–6868

25 points

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First Aid Basics After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Identify situations that require first aid response • A ssess an environment for safety • Prioritize and apply first aid measures • Evaluate appropriate responses to a person in distress • Select a person to assist when other people are available • Communicate effectively with 911 and emergency medical service (EMS) personnel • Summarize the importance of company emergency plans, procedures, and policies Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) CT-41093

Online Course

25 points

Emergency Eyewash & Shower Use After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain the purpose of emergency eyewashes and showers, including when and how to use them • Describe the type and temperature of the flushing fluid used within emergency eyewashes and showers • Identify ways to ensure immediate access and use of emergency eyewashes or showers Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) CT-51659

Online Course

25 points

First Aid Kit: 25-Person Class A Type I and II ANSI Z308.1-2015

This industrial first aid kit helps you meet the requirements of ANSI standard Z308.1-2015 as well as OSHA 29 CFR 1910.151(b) regulations for industrial work environments. Plastic storage case features a snap-shut lid to keep contents dust free and organized until they are needed; carrying handle includes tabs allowing the kit to be wall-mounted. Product Code CT-47982

Price 24–47 $30.88 ea. 12–23 $32.85 ea. 1–11 $34.95 ea.

Also Available at JJKeller.com 50-Person Class B Type III ANSI Z308.1-2015 First Aid Kit

Kit includes:

• (32) 1" x 3" Adhesive Bandages • (1) ½" x 5 yd First Aid Tape • (1) 4" x 4" Burn Dressing • (1) 2" Gauze Rolls • (4) 3" x 3" Gauze Pads • (2) 5" x 9" Trauma Pads • (1) 40" Triangular Bandage • (10) Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets (.5 gm) • (10) BZK Antiseptic Wipes • (10) Burn Cream Packets (.9 gm) • (1) Instant Cold Pack • (2) Eye Pads • (1) Eyewash (1 oz.) • (6) Hand Sanitizers (.9 gm) • (1) CPR Mask • (4) Nitrile Medical Exam Gloves • (1) Scissors •(1) First Aid Guide (ANSI Z308.1-2015 version)

CT-47983

WORKPLACE SAFETY First Aid Emergency Guidelines Unconsciousness Assess the scene and make sure it is safe to approach the person. If it is safe, look for responsiveness. Tap the person and ask, “Are you OK?” If there is no response, call 911or have someone else do so. Check for breathing. Begin CPR if necessary. If the person is breathing and you are sure there is no spinal injury: • Roll the person onto his or her side, toward you. • Bend the top leg. The hip and knee should be at right angles. • Gently tilt the head back. This keeps the airway open. • If breathing stops, roll the person onto his or her back. Begin CPR. If you suspect a spinal injury, do not move the person as long as breathing continues. If the person vomits, roll the entire body to the side. The head and neck should be supported while the body is rolled. Keep the person warm until help arrives.

Seizures Protect the person from injury. Lay the person on the ground in a safe area. Move nearby objects out of the way. Cushion the person’s head. Loosen tight clothing. Do not put anything in the person’s mouth. Gently turn the person on his or her side, in case vomiting occurs. Look for a medical I.D. bracelet that offers information and/or instructions. Call 911 if the seizure lasts more than five minutes or the person is injured, has trouble breathing, cannot be awakened, is pregnant, has diabetes, or has heart disease. Stay with the person until help arrives.

Abrasions, cuts, and punctures Clean the wound with cool water. Hold the wounded area under running water or pour water over the wound. Clean the skin around the wound with soap and a soft washcloth. Try to keep soap out of the wound itself. If there is dirt in the wound, remove the particles with tweezers that have been cleaned in isopropyl alcohol. Apply a thin layer of antibiotic cream or ointment. Cover the wound with a dressing and bandage.

Bleeding If bleeding is severe, call 911 and get medical help as soon as possible. Have the injured person lie down. Put on protective gloves if they are available. Place layers of sterile gauze or cloth on the wound. Apply direct pressure. If possible, elevate the injury above the level of the person’s heart. Wrap the wound securely.

If bleeding doesn’t stop Use pressure points. Press the artery against the bone beneath it. In the arm: Press on the inside of the arm just above the elbow or just below the armpit. In the leg: Press just behind the knee or in the groin.

Minor burns: Hold the burned area under cool running water or immerse it in cool water for at least 5 minutes. Cover the burn with a sterile gauze bandage, wrapping the gauze loosely.

Poisoning

Major burns: Call 911 or have someone else do so. Begin CPR if the person is unconscious and not breathing. Elevate the burned body parts above heart level, if possible. Cover the burn with a dry, sterile bandage. Electrical burns: Do not touch the person. Turn off the source of electricity. Call 911 or have someone else do so. Begin CPR if the person is unconscious and not breathing. If CPR is not necessary, lay the person down and elevate the legs. Cover any burned area with a sterile gauze bandage or clean cloth. Chemical burns: Brush away any dry chemical. Rinse with cool, gently running water for 10 to 20 minutes or more. Remove contaminated clothing or jewelry. Loosely wrap the burned area with a dry, sterile bandage or clean cloth. Call 911 or get medical care if the burn is severe. If a chemical gets into the eyes, quickly flush the eyes well for at least 15 minutes. Use an eyewash station or emergency shower if possible. A hose may also be used. Do not rub the eyes. Try to force the eyes open and flush under the eyelids. Call 911 or seek medical care.

Spinal injury

Call the National Poison Control Center hotline at (800) 222-1222. Follow the advice given.

If poison spilled onto the person’s clothes, remove the clothes. Flush the skin with water. If the person vomits, wrap a cloth around your fingers and sweep the mouth and throat. The person can be rolled onto the left side and kept comfortable until help arrives. Begin CPR if the person becomes unresponsive and stops breathing.

Strains, sprains, and contusions Wrap a sprain with an elastic bandage. Elevate the injured limb above the heart.

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CT-39508

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Fractures Immobilize the injured limb. Do not attempt to straighten the bone. If a bone is sticking out, do not try to push it back in. Apply a splint if you have been trained to do so. Apply ice wrapped in cloth to the injured area. Treat for shock if the person feels faint or is taking short, rapid breaths. Call 911 or seek medical attention.

Shock Call 911 or have someone else do so.

Call 911 or have someone else do so. Keep the person still. Hold the head and neck to prevent movement. Do not allow the neck to bend or twist. If the victim must be rolled, two people are needed. Station one person at the victim’s head and the other along the victim’s side. Keep the head, neck, and back aligned while rolling the person onto one side.

Begin CPR if the person is unresponsive and not breathing. If CPR is not necessary, lay the person down on his or her back with the feet about 12 inches higher than the head. Do not elevate the feet if doing so will cause pain or further injury. Keep the person warm and comfortable; cover the person with a blanket and loosen tight clothing. Turn the person to the side if the person vomits or bleeds from the mouth.

Frostbite End the exposure. Move the person to a warm place. Remove any wet clothes. Wrap affected areas with a dry, sterile dressing. Transport to medical care.

Hypothermia

Emergency Contact Information

Call 911 or local emergency services.

Call 911 or have someone else do so.

Internal Emergency Response Team:_______________________________________

Move the person to a warm place. Remove wet clothing. Warm the person slowly with blankets or dry clothing. Warm compresses may be applied to the center of the body. Warm the trunk and abdomen first — not the arms, legs, hands, and feet. Warming the extremities first can cause shock.

Ambulance: ____________________________________________________________

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Heat exhaustion Move the person to a shady, cool area or air-conditioned building. Have the person rest and give sips of water or other fluids. Do not give the person alcohol or caffeinated beverages. Loosen or remove any tight or unnecessary clothing. Apply cool water to the skin and fan air over the person, or have the person take a cool shower or bath. Seek medical care if the person does not feel better within 30 minutes.

Hospital:_______________________________________________________________ Physician: ______________________________________________________________ Police: _________________________________________________________________

Heatstroke Call 911 or have someone else do so. Move the person to a shady, cool area or air-conditioned building. Have the person lie down. Loosen or remove clothing. Fan air over the person while wetting the skin with water. Apply cool compresses or ice packs to the armpits, groin, neck, and back.

39508

Charts contain important safety information and procedures your employees should know. Each chart measures 20" W x 26" L, laminated.

Do not make the person vomit or give the person anything to drink unless told to do so by the Poison Control Center or another health professional.

Apply ice wrapped in cloth to the injured area.

Burns

Workplace Safety Instructional Charts

This poster is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for first aid training. Take an accredited first aid course to learn more about lifesaving techniques.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY TRAINING 111

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE • Gives employees the knowledge to protect themselves from potential exposures • Helps employees understand what bloodborne pathogens are, how these microorganisms are transmitted, and who’s at risk • Covers 9 standard preventive and control measures, steps to take if there’s an exposure incident, and how the exposure control plan is a source for more information

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 23-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 5 -Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools USB • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

BONUS VIDEO • Refresher Training Video (9 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48653.

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48653 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-44021 CT-49297 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-43850

25 points

CT-48398

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Video Training Book

Additional Training Components

$494 $85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

Employee Handbook

CT-43254 CT-43253 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Safety In The Workplace

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Excellent training product. Allows staff to view possible situations to which they are exposed on a daily basis. Also allows staff to realize they can protect themselves against unseen hazards. Pete359 | Safety Professional | Eloy, AZ

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OSHA Safety Training Handbook

Using clear, easy-to-understand language and full-color photos, the handbook covers topics like: • An intro to OSHA • Forklift safety • Confined space entry • Hazard communication • Electrical safety • Lockout/tagout • Fall protection • PPE • First aid and bloodborne pathogens • Slips, trips, and falls

For each topic, the handbook reviews the relevant OSHA regulations and identifies common workplace hazards. Includes prevention strategies and specific safety procedures to follow. Contains a review quiz for each chapter. Softbound, 5¼" W x 8¼" L. English (272 pages). Spanish (304 pages). Description

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CT-50844

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CT-50845

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CT-50735

10–24 $10.13 ea. 5–9 $10.39 ea. 1–4 $10.99 ea.

Answer Key

Have construction WORKERS OSHA Construction Safety Handbook Give workers easy-tounderstand information on key safety topics.

FREE

OSHA Safety Training Handbook

See page 140.

“Great classroom tool”

I have used this product for several of my classes … Well worth the cost. Instructor1 | Chicago Heights, IL

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Employee Food Safety Handbook 4th Edition

Featuring an easy-to-read format and full-color illustrations, this versatile handbook covers 12 key food safety topics: • Allergens • HACCP • T ime and temperature controls • Bacteria • Personal hygiene • FSMA and • Foodborne illness • Pest control preventive controls • Cross contamination • Sanitation • Security • Foreign material

Product Code

Also includes charts and chapter quizzes. 112 pages.

CT-56601

Price 10–24 $9.29 ea. 5–9 $9.49 ea. 1–4 $9.99 ea.

COMING SOON Employee Food Safety Handbook 4th Edition - Spanish CT-57320

Hand & Foot Protection: PPE Employee Essentials

Use this course to help comply with 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I (1910.132, 1910.136, and 1910.138) requirements. The course covers: •W  hat PPE is • Glove types and use •O  ther controls • Ergonomics •W  ho is responsible • Foot protection •T  he importance of fit • Safety shoes and boots •H  and protection Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-41140

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Head, Eye & Face Protection: PPE Employee Essentials

Reviews protective equipment for the head, eyes, and face, including: hard hats, safety glasses, safety goggles, face shields, and welding goggles. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-41138

Emergency Shower & Eye Wash Signs

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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: EMPLOYEE ESSENTIALS • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.132(f) requirements • E xplains how to recognize the hazards each piece of PPE is designed to protect against, so employees have the knowledge they need to always wear the right PPE • Discusses the importance of proper donning, doffing, adjusting, wearing and caring of PPE. Not only does this training help protect employees when on the job, it also helps employers meet OSHA’s PPE training requirements • Covers head, eye and face, hearing, respiratory, hand and foot protection

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48656 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-44173 CT-49295 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-43855 Additional Training Components

CT-43262 CT-43263 SPANISH

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48656.

Show employees how to protect themselves against on-the-job hazards through proper use of PPE.

25 points

Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

• 30-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 10-Minute Review Video • 5-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

$494 $85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Are employees

PROTECTED Personal Protective Equipment Make sure employees have access to the appropriate head, eye and face, hearing, respiratory, hand and foot protection for every job. See pages 54-77.

Hearing Protection: PPE Employee Essentials

Reviews hearing safety and conservation and how to prevent over-exposure to loud sounds. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-41139

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15 points

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ELECTRICAL SAFETY: TRAINING FOR UNQUALIFIED EMPLOYEES • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.332 for unqualified employees • Developed with input from real-world electrical safety professionals • Covers an introduction to the basics of electricity; electrical hazard recognition and avoidance; safetyrelated work practices; and emergency procedures • Helps unqualified employees understand their role in maintaining a safe workplace

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) CT-45379 ENGLISH/SPANISH

DVD Program Pay Per View Program Online Course

CT-45391 CT-45394 SPANISH CT-43864 CT-48700 SPANISH

$494 $85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

25 points ea.

Additional Training Components Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

CT-45376 CT-45377 SPANISH

• 27-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 4-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • Arc Flash/Arc Blast Video (6 minutes) • Power Tool and Extension Cord Safety Video (8 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-45379.

Power Tool & Extension Cord Safety

After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Recognize the hazards associated with the use of power tools • E xplain when and how to properly inspect extension cords • Discuss basic safety rules for handling and operating power tools Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51179

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Arc Flash/Arc Blast Awareness & Safety

After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Recognize and avoid arc flash and arc blast situations • E xplain what to do in the event of an arc flash/arc blast electrical emergency Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-38756

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WORKPLACE SAFETY TRAINING 115

HOT WORK: SAFETY OPERATIONS TRAINING Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points)

• Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.252 and NFPA 51B training requirements • Covers the roles of the hot work operator, fire watch, and permit authorizing individual; components of a completed hot work permit; and how to arrange a fire-safe area for temporary work • Features real-world industry professionals who drive home the dangers of hot work • 2017 Bronze Telly Award Winner

DVD Program

CT-48583

Pay Per View Program

CT-48579

Online Course

CT-43870 CT-48439 SPANISH

$395 $85 25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

• 21-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 1 Hot Work Permit Tag

CT-48574

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • Hot Work: General Awareness for Affected Employees (5 minutes) • Hot Work: Responsibilities for the Permit Authorizing Individual & Fire Watch (5 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48583.

Are hot work areas

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Welding: Safety & Health Protections

This course is designed to teach workers directly involved in the welding process how to stay safe. Specifically, it covers activities that must be completed before welding can begin; how to prevent and protect against fire; and precautions to take to protect against health and safety hazards. Training Format (see page 94 for more information on points) Online Course

CT-49765

800–327–6868

25 points

EDITOR TIP Hot work is any process that can be a source of ignition when flammable or combustible material is near. Common hot work processes are welding, grinding, cutting, and brazing. Devastating fires can develop from the “quick” job if done in a prohibited or unprepared hot work area. Before starting hot work, consider: Can it be moved to a fire safe area? Can combustibles and flammables be moved at least 35 feet away or be protected by fireproof shields or blankets? Is a fire watch needed? If needed, maintain a fire watch for at least 30 minutes after work is complete.

Mark Stromme

J. J. Keller® Editor, Workplace Safety

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CONFINED SPACES: ENTRY TEAM TRAINING — MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES • Outlines precautions that must be taken before a confined space is entered • E xplains how to recognize the signs, symptoms and characteristic effects of exposure to confined space hazards • Defines the role and responsibilities of each member of the confined space entry team • Illustrates proper procedures via a step-by-step confined space entry and a confined space rescue

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-45346 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-45388 CT-45386 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-43858

25 points

CT-48688

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Video Training Book

Additional Training Components

$494 $85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 27-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 10-Minute Review Video with quiz • 4 -Minute Note To Trainers Video explaining what OSHA means by “construction activities” and “maintenance activities” • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Confined Space Entry Sign • 1 Confined Space Entry Permit Example • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

CT-45372 CT-45373 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

BONUS VIDEOS • Alternative Entry Procedures (3 minutes) • Reclassifying A Permit Space (4 minutes) • Atmospheric Testing Procedures (6 minutes)

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Explains why entry procedures and permits are necessary.

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WORKPLACE SAFETY TRAINING 117

FIRE PREVENTION & RESPONSE: WHAT EMPLOYEES NEED TO KNOW • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910 Sections 38, 39 and 157 • Trains your employees on how to spot and eliminate fire hazards, how to respond to a fire, and the basics of fire extinguisher use, including demonstrations • E xplains the characteristics of fire so employees understand how to prevent fires from occurring • Demonstrates fire prevention methods such as proper housekeeping and chemical safety • Teaches proper evacuation procedures

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48654 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-43215 CT-49294 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-43994

Video Training Book

$494 $85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

25 points

CT-50067 Additional Training Components

0–24 $199 ea. 1 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 25-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 5-Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

CT-40997 CT-40996 SPANISH

• 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

BONUS VIDEOS • Fire Extinguisher Essentials (9 minutes) • Fire Extinguisher Demonstrations (8 minutes)

To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48654.

Help your employees keep their cool during a fire emergency.

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Fire Extinguisher Use

Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.157 requirements for portable fire extinguishers. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Identify the different classes of fires and determine when to use each type of fire extinguisher • List all parts of a fire extinguisher • Identify precautions that must be taken before using a fire extinguisher • Demonstrate how to extinguish a fire using the PASS technique Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

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CT-41007 CT-51847 SPANISH

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FORKLIFT TRAINING • Helps you satisfy 29 CFR 1910.178(I) classroom and practical training requirements, and conduct evaluations • Useful for refresher training in the event of an incident or near-miss, poor evaluation, or changes in the workplace or type of forklift used • Covers various kinds of forklifts and their basic controls; center of gravity and stability triangle concepts; what to look for when performing a pre-use inspection; safe forklift operation (including picking up, traveling with, and placing a load); and how to park, charge, refuel, and perform maintenance or modifications on a forklift

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) CT-52465 ENGLISH/SPANISH

DVD Program

CT-52463 CT-52471 SPANISH CT-52459 CT-52487 SPANISH

Pay Per View Program Online Course

CT-52457 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Video Training Book

$494 $100 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

80 points ea. 0–24 $199 ea. 1 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 32-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4-Minute Message to Management Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks. (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Forklift Operator Evaluation Form • 1 Forklift Operator’s Daily Checklist (Bilingual) • 1 Certificate of Training - Classroom • 1 Certificate of Training - Operational • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 1 Trainer Tools USB (not sold separately): • Main Video Programs • Bonus Videos (see below) • Trainer Guide PDFs (English & Spanish) • Customizable PowerPoint ® Presentations • Learning Activities • Quizzes and Answer Keys • Images • Training Log • Training Certificate BONUS VIDEOS • Forklift Training: Specialized Units & Attachments (8 minutes) • Forklift Training: Non-Operator Safety (7 minutes) • Forklift Training: Refresher (14 minutes)

CT-52467 CT-52468 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Forklift Training

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FORKLIFTS: ULTIMATE HAZARD PERCEPTION CHALLENGE® • Takes our Hazard Perception Challenge® approach to forklift training to the next level with scenarios that are faster-paced, more challenging, and more demanding of active participation • Puts trainees up against real-life scenarios and challenges them to identify hazards quickly and correctly • Covers situations that cause forklift operators the most trouble and can cause the most damage, such as backing in tight areas; traveling on ramps; dealing with pedestrians and co-workers; and keeping the forklift and load stable

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-28124

$395

Pay Per View Program

CT-41369

$85

Online Course

CT-47322 Basic CT-47323 Intermediate CT-47321 Advanced

20 points ea.

Additional Training Component Quick Reference Card

DVD program includes:

• 50-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Video Scenario A nswer Forms • 1 Trainer Tools CD (with training exercises and learning activities) • 10 Forklift Operator Quick Reference Cards

25–49 $1.15 ea. 10–24 $1.25 ea. 5–9 $1.75 ea.

CT-28156

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Material Handling Safety

This course is designed to help employees recognize the potential hazards related with lifting, moving, stacking, and storing materials and determine how to minimize the dangers associated with materials handling. After completing the course, employees should be able to: • Recognize the hazards associated with improper, inadequate, or unsafe handling of materials • A pply proper techniques when lifting or moving materials manually or with the help of mechanical equipment • Understand the safest ways to stack and store materials • Keep work areas safer with various housekeeping techniques

Reflects Walking-Working Surfaces Final Rule. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-48459 CT-51846 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Scissor Lifts For General Industry

• Covers the different types of hazards related to scissor lifts • E xplains preventive measures employees can take to stay safe when operating or working near a scissor lift Training Format (see page 94 for information on points)

Online Course

CT-51198

25 points

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Scissor Lifts and Aerial Lifts For Construction Online Training

Aerial Lifts For General Industry

• E xplains the primary intended use of aerial lifts and identifies different types used on the job • Discusses training and re-training requirements for employees who use aerial lifts • Outlines types of hazards associated with aerial lifts • E xplains safe work practices related to inspection, operation, and maintenance of an aerial lift Training Format (see page 94 for information on points)

Online Course

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MOTORIZED PALLET JACKS: SAFE OPERATION • Focuses on the specific training requirements of operators who use “walkie” and “walkie-rider” model motorized pallet jacks • Addresses the safe operating procedures of pallet jacks • Walks operators through an entire workday — including the potential dangers they’ll face along the way • Helps operators avoid the most commonly reported pallet jack incidents such as getting crushed between the unit and a fixed object, or being struck by the pallet jack due to improper use

DVD program includes:

• 20-Minute Closed-Captioned Video with Bonus Features • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Operator Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster • 1 Trainer Tools CD

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38327

$395

Pay Per View Program

CT-41361

$85

Online Course

CT-38762 CT-56155 SPANISH

25 points ea.

Additional Training Component Operator Handbook

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

CT-38925

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OSHA’s Powered Industrial Trucks Standard (1910.178(l)) applies to powered pallet jacks.

Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation

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Excellent training tool for those new at using electric pallet jack equipment. Also a good tool for an always needed refresher course for those that are experienced.

Commonly reported severe injuries/incidents involving motorized pallet jacks include:

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• Operators injured or killed by an overturned pallet jack that was being driven too fast or that took a turn too sharply

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LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: PUT A LOCK ON HAZARDOUS ENERGY • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(7) requirements (OSHA’s #5 cited standard) • Demonstrates a lockout/tagout process from beginning to end and explains why each step is important to employee safety • Covers the 3 types of employees and their roles and responsibilities; types of hazardous energy; OSHA’s definition of lockout and tagout, and when each is used; energy isolating devices; and OSHA’s requirements for both locks and tags • Includes 4 bonus videos that cover more complex lockout/tagout procedures such as group lockout and minor servicing

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-48655 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-41843 CT-49284 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-41836

Video Training Book

25 points 0–24 $199 ea. 1 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

CT-48683 Additional Training Components

CT-40345 CT-40489 SPANISH

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions.

BONUS VIDEOS • Group Lockout (9 minutes) • Minor Servicing Exception (8 minutes) • Line Breaking Procedure (8 minutes) • Vehicle Lockout/Tagout (2 minutes)

$85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

• 30-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 4 -Minute Note To Trainers Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks. (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish)

$494

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Machine Guarding

This course helps employees understand the hazards and potential injuries associated with operating machinery. It explains how they can protect themselves by using safeguards and following proper operating instructions. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-48875

25 points

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Helps employees understand the who, what, where, why and how of lockout/tagout.

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CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY EMPLOYERS After completing this program, employers will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards • A pply exposure control measures to protect their employees from the effects of crystalline silica dust • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) Pay Per View Program Online Course

CT-52037 CT-56180 SPANISH CT-48457 CT-56101 SPANISH

$65 ea. 25 points ea.

REG ALERT OSHA’s crystalline silica requirements for general industry and shipyard employers began on June 23, 2018, with additional dates for fracking operations in the oil and gas industry.

CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR GENERAL INDUSTRY EMPLOYEES After completing this program, employees will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards • A pply exposure control measures to protect themselves from the effects of crystalline silica dust • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) Pay Per View Program Online Course

CT-52038 CT-56179 SPANISH CT-52039 CT-56100 SPANISH

$65 ea. 25 points ea.

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RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: BREATHING SAFELY Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points)

• Addresses the key elements OSHA requires for respiratory protection training in 29 CFR 1910.134 • Covers selection of respirators; care and maintenance; medical evaluations; employer and employee responsibilities; fit testing procedures; respirator inspections; and seal check requirements

DVD Program

CT-48657 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-42737 CT-49296 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-41831

$494 $85 ea.

For more information on EyeCue®, see pages 106-107.

25 points

Additional Training Components

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 25-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 4-Minute Message For Management Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 EyeCue® Tag Pack: • Set of 45 topic-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs, and window clings for use in your workplace • 2 EyeCue® Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 2 EyeCue® Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-48657.

Employee Handbook

CT-13948 CT-13949 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Respiratory Protection: Breathing Safely

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This video is an excellent way to train employees for wearing and using a respirator. DeniseGum | Employee Wellness, Training & Recognition Coordinator | Rolla, MO

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HazCom: Introduction To Hazard Communication & GHS • Helps employees understand more about chemicals and the methods used to provide them with information about their hazards • Covers ways to stay safe through education on the Hazard Communication Standard Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-49762

25 points

HazCom: GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) This course is designed to help workers understand more about OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and how the Safety Data Sheet can help them stay safe when working with chemicals. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe how the Hazard Communication Standard keeps you safe from the dangers of hazardous chemicals • E xplain what information can be found in each section of a chemical’s Safety Data Sheet • Describe how Safety Data Sheets can help you work safely with chemicals Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-49763

15 points

HazCom: GHS Container Labels This course is designed to help employees understand more about OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and how understanding container labels can help you stay safe when working with chemicals. After completing the course, employees will be able to: • Describe how the Hazard Communication Standard keeps you safe from the dangers of hazardous chemicals • E xplain what information can be found on each chemical’s container label • Describe how container labels can help you work safety with chemicals Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-49764

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15 points

DID YOU KNOW?

Pictograms are an important component of the hazard communication tools in the HazCom Standard. A pictogram draws the attention of a label reader, and you and your workers should be aware that the appearance of a pictogram in a diamond frame means that a hazard of concern is present in the product. Some of the pictograms in the Standard have symbols that resemble the hazardous effect, and others are merely meant to attract attention.

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HAZCOM: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW • Provides required training on the Hazard Communication Standard and applicable GHS provisions • Helps you meet OSHA’s requirement of giving employees the “right to understand” chemical hazards • Raises awareness of the dangers and costs of improperly handled chemicals • Covers OSHA’s physical and health hazard classifications, the chemical inventory, Safety Data Sheets, GHScompliant labels, employee training requirements, the written program, and best practices for safely handling chemicals

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 20-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 1 Instructor Guide • 1 Trainer Tools USB • 2 Employee Handbooks (1 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right and below. • 1 GHS Pictograms Poster (Bilingual) • 20 GHS Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish)

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program Pay Per View Program Online Course Video Training Book

CT-19065 ENGLISH/SPANISH CT-41351 CT-41353 SPANISH CT-47324 CT-36654 SPANISH CT-36640 FRENCH CANADIAN CT-48689

$395

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$85 ea. 30 points ea. 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-17846 CT-19299 SPANISH

10–24 $6.89 ea. 5–9 $6.99 ea. 1–4 $7.39 ea.

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HazCom Made Easier Employee Handbook

With this illustrated reference and training tool, you can provide your employees with critical information they need to work safely around hazardous chemicals. They’ll learn the who, what, when, where and how of hazard communication, as well as the background of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). Specific topics covered include: • Labeling — hazard categories, pictograms, hazard statements, precautionary statements, and supplier information • Safety Data Sheets — how to read the sheets so that they know how to handle, store, and dispose of a chemical; signs and symptoms of release and exposure; and first aid information Quizzes at the end of every chapter test employees’ understanding of the topic and a removable receipt page documents your training. 124 pages. 5¼" W x 8¼" L.

Explains employees’ roles and responsibilities under OSHA’s HazCom Standard with GHS. Description

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CT-17846

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CT-19299

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BACK SAFETY: KEEP YOUR BACK IN ACTION This essential program goes beyond general back injury prevention tips. Workers will learn how they can prevent back injuries when performing everyday tasks such as lifting, pushing, climbing, sitting, standing or twisting/ reaching/overreaching, along with the proper techniques for those tasks. Covers industrial, trucking, construction, and office environments. • How your back works • Types and causes of back pain • Everyday tasks that use the back • General preventative measures

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38232

Pay Per View Program

CT-41336

Online Course

CT-38236

Video Training Book

CT-48682

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10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component

• 30-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Back Stretch & Strength Exercise Poster • 1 Awareness Poster • 1 Trainer Tools CD

Helps employees understand principles of good back health.

$85 25 points

Employee Handbook

DVD program includes:

BONUS VIDEOS • Pre-Shift Warm-Up Exercises (5 minutes) • Back Strength & Flexibility Exercises (6 minutes)

$395

CT-38238

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

Back Safety DVD Program

“Excellent presentation”

As always, excellent presentation. Well done. Covers all aspects of the subject matter. I would recommend this to anyone attempting to provide back training to their employees. Pete359 | Fleet Operations Management | Eloy, AZ

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WORKPLACE SAFETY BASICS • Helps employees (especially those new to industrial workplaces) understand the safety issues and hazards they face and what safe work practices they can use to protect themselves • Use for employee orientation training to help instill good safety habits and promote a solid safety culture • Covers 22 topics in four main areas: WORK PRACTICES — wellness; back safety; slips, trips, & falls; personal protective equipment

 ORK ENVIRONMENT — hazard communication; safety W signs & tags; electrical safety; fire safety; confined spaces; hot work; temperature extremes

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program Pay Per View Program

Online Courses

SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT — hand & power tools; ladders; machinery; powered industrial trucks; lockout/tagout

Video Training Book

Work Environment CT-51024 CT-51025 SPANISH Safe Use Of Equipment CT-51026 CT-51028 SPANISH

CT-49774 CT-49757 SPANISH Additional Training Component

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 52-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 1 Trainer Guide (English) • 1 Trainer Tools CD (English) • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster

CT-49777 CT-49778 SPANISH Work Practices CT-49779 CT-49780 SPANISH

In Case Of An Emergency CT-51029 CT-51030 SPANISH

I N CASE OF AN EMERGENCY — emergency action plans; first aid/emergency response; bloodborne pathogens; HAZWOPER; workplace violence; medical records

DVD program includes:

CT-49772 ENGLISH/SPANISH

$395 $85 ea.

15 points ea.

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Employee Handbook

CT-49759 CT-49758 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

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NEW

ACTIVE SHOOTER/ACTIVE THREAT Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points)

This program helps employees anticipate and recognize an active shooter/active threat situation and respond appropriately.

4 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions for both supervisors and employees. 2 Closed-Captioned Videos: • How To Survive An Active Shooter (26 minutes) • Organizational Preparedness & Recovery (22 minutes) • 2 Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • NEW 1 Trainer Tools USB (not sold separately) • Main Video Programs • Trainer Guide PDFs (1 English; 1 Spanish) • Customizable PowerPoint ® Presentations • Learning Activities • Quizzes and Answer Keys • Images • Training Log • Training Certificate • Emergency Action Plan Template • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) BONUS VIDEOS • Active Shooter: Avoid (3 minutes) • Active Shooter: Deny (3 minutes) • Active Shooter: Defend (5 minutes) To preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-56135.

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How To Survive CT-56137 CT-56446 SPANISH

After completing the program, employees will be able to: • Describe warning signs of potential workplace violence • Discuss how to prepare themselves for an active threat situation • Recognize signs that an active threat is near • Identify the best course of action to take if confronted with an active shooter and execute the plan • E xplain what to do when police arrive on the scene

DVD program includes:

CT-56135 ENGLISH/SPANISH

DVD Program

Pay Per View Programs Organizational Preparedness & Recovery CT-56449 CT-56450 SPANISH How To Survive CT-56447 CT-56448 SPANISH Online Courses Organizational Preparedness & Recovery CT-56434 CT-56140 SPANISH Video Training Book

CT-56138 ENGLISH/SPANISH

$85 ea.

25 points ea.

10–24 $199 ea. 5-9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-56431 CT-56410 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

DID YOU KNOW?

According to the FBI, there were 250 active shooter incidents between 2000 and 2017, with 50 happening between 2016-2017 alone.

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SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION

• Shows helpful bystanders IDEATM anti-harassment actions: - Intervene by distracting or interrupting the harasser -D  irect by talking directly to the harasser after the encounter -E  levate by asking a manager or HR for help addressing it - Approach the victim and provide help and support • Includes a module focused on supervisor responsibilities • Covers how to confront a harasser; the difference between Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Environment; conducting thorough investigations; and much more

DVD program includes:

4 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions for supervisors and employees. • 50-Minute Closed-Captioned Video (divided into 6 modules) • 2 Trainer Guides (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • NEW 1 Trainer Tools USB (not sold separately) • Main Video Programs • Bonus Videos (see below) • Trainer Guide PDFs (1 English; 1 Spanish) • Customizable PowerPoint® Presentations • Learning Activities • Quizzes and Answer Keys • Images • Training Log • Training Certificate • Links to state requirements • Sample Anti-Harassment Policy BONUS VIDEOS (with Applied Learning Experiences) • IDEATM Anti-Harassment Actions (Coworkers) (5 minutes) • IDEATM Anti-Harassment Actions (Customer/Vendor) (8 minutes)

CT-56063 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Individual Course Modules

Pay Per View Programs

$395 Online Courses

What Is Sexual Harassment?

CT-56114 CT-56389 SPANISH

CT-56122 CT-56129 SPANISH

Civility In The Workplace

CT-56115 CT-56390 SPANISH

CT-56123 CT-56130 SPANISH

Taking Action

CT-56117 CT-56412 SPANISH

CT-56125 CT-56132 SPANISH

Addressing Harassment

CT-56116 CT-56411 SPANISH

CT-56124 CT-56131 SPANISH

What Happens Next?

CT-56118 CT-56413 SPANISH

CT-56126 CT-56133 SPANISH

Additional Management Responsibilities

CT-56119 CT-56414 SPANISH

CT-56127 CT-56134 SPANISH

$20 ea.

20 points ea.

CT-56120 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Video Training Book

10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

CT-56432 CT-56433 SPANISH

10–24 $5.59 ea. 5–9 $5.69 ea. 1–4 $5.99 ea.

DID YOU KNOW?

T o preview the video online, go to JJKeller.com and search CT-56063. In 2018, the EEOC collected nearly $70 million in penalties and litigation for sexual harassment violations.

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Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

Five states (Connecticut, Maine, New York, California, and Delaware) have sexual harassment training requirements. Our Sexual Harassment Prevention programs can easily be customized to meet these state requirements using the additional information provided.

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H2S For General Industry After completing this course, employees will understand: • Potentially dangerous properties • Sources of hydrogen sulfide exposure •Using H2S exposure limits to determine when exposures are not within safe limits • Protective measures to guard against hydrogen sulfide exposure • A ppropriate personal protective equipment • Planning an escape route given an area’s wind direction and terrain • Symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure • A ppropriate response to an emergency release of hydrogen sulfide Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-40559

H2S: Understand The Dangers Handbook

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Asbestos Awareness Training This course is designed to help employees understand the impact of asbestos exposure, steps to take to minimize exposure, and additional precautions they must take when exposure to asbestos is unavoidable. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51122

25 points

Indoor Air Quality Covers the sources of air contamination; the importance of proper housekeeping; smoking and secondhand smoke; use of humidifiers and dehumidifiers; air ducts and crawl spaces; heating and air conditioning systems; and signs and symptoms of poor air quality. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-21824

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Hazardous Substances: Spill Discovery & Notification Helps employees understand the potential effects hazardous spills have on health and safety, the environment, and your organization. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe hazardous substances and chemicals and the harmful effects associated with them • Explain the common reasons hazardous spills occur • E xplain what to do when they discover a hazardous spill while at work Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51305

25 points

Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response Familiarizes employees with incidental spills of hazardous substances, as well as the immediate and follow-up tasks associated with the spill control and cleanup process. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe an incidental spill and the type of individuals authorized to assist in its control and cleanup • E xplain the proper spill response procedure to take upon discovery of an incidental spill at work • Identify common follow-up tasks performed following the cleanup of an incidental spill Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51631

25 points

RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training This course is designed to guide hazardous waste generators through federal hazardous waste regulations for waste identification, generator category determination, waste management, waste preparation for transport, and emergency planning. After completing this course, hazardous waste generators will be able to: • Identify hazardous and characteristic waste • Determine their generator category and obtain an EPA ID Number • Manage the hazardous waste they produce • Prepare and ship hazardous waste Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

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HAZWOPER: EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING FOR EMPLOYEES • E xplains what is expected of team members prior to, during, and after a hazardous substance release, focusing on the awareness and operations levels • Follows an incident from the second the hazardous substance is spilled to the final incident debriefing and recordkeeping • Covers recognition, notification, risk assessment, PPE, and decontamination • Best fit for awareness and operations-level responder trainees

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CT-13453

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CT-27416

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CT-27415

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CT-27411

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CT-27417

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Crane Safety For General Industry The safe use of cranes depends on several factors, including operator training, proper maintenance and inspections, as well as diligence to safe work practices. This course will familiarize employees with hazards related to cranes and provide best practices to ensure safety while operating or working near one. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51818

25 points

Compressed Gas Cylinders • Identifies different parts of a compressed gas cylinder and any attachments including labels, regulators, gauges and valves • Covers the different types of gases used in compressed gas cylinders • E xplains how to handle and use compressed gas cylinders safely, including inspection, transportation, storage and maintenance • Lists special situations that require additional precautions when working Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

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Workplace Injury & Illness: OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping For Managers After completing this course, managers will be able to: • Determine which workplace injury and illness incidents need to be recorded • E xplain the process of recording workplace illness and injury data • Identify which OSHA form must be made available to employees and how long injury and illness records must be kept on file • Summarize the necessary steps to electronically submit injury and illness data to OSHA • Describe OSHA’s severe injury reporting requirements Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51826

25 points

OSHA Recordkeeping For Employees • Shows employees actual workplace incidents, demonstrating how to report accidents and covering what information they need to furnish in the event of an incident • Covers why recordkeeping is important, what recordkeeping is used for, and examples of work-related illnesses and injuries Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-21923

25 points

Incident Investigations For Accidents & Near Misses OSHA recommends (and in some cases, requires) you to conduct investigations of all accidents, incidents, and near misses to identify the root causes and keep similar events from happening again. This course will help you prepare for and conduct a thorough accident, incident, or near miss investigation. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-48872

25 points

Emergency Preparedness & Response After completing this course, employees should understand: • Various types of emergency situations they may encounter and how to prepare for them • The importance of their company’s emergency action plan • Appropriate ways to react to emergencies Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-48877

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Cold Stress Helps employees understand how the body reacts to cold conditions, recognize the most common types of cold stress, and learn how to treat workers with cold stress injuries until medical personnel arrive. • Cold working environments • Signs and symptoms of cold stress • Preventing cold stress • Responding to cold stress emergencies Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-43851

25 points

Heat Stress Helps employees understand the dangers of heat stress in both indoor and outdoor environments and how to prevent and respond to a heat stress emergency. • Hot working environments • Signs and symptoms of heat stress • Preventing heat stress • Responding to heat stress emergencies Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-43852

25 points

Winter Safety: Working & Driving In Snow, Ice, & Extreme Cold Helps employees to prepare themselves and their vehicles for winter weather. It explains how to recognize common signs and symptoms of winter weather-related injuries and identify how to stay safe while working or driving in snowy, icy and extreme cold conditions. • Winter weather preparation • Working in winter weather • Driving in winter weather Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-50690

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Extreme Temperature Personal Protective Equipment Help employees protect themselves from prolonged exposure to extreme cold or heat. See pages 59, 83.

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Office Ergonomics After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain what ergonomics is and why it's important • Discuss what types of activities may lead to pain or injury • Recognize signs and symptoms of MSDs and other ergonomics-related injuries • Identify ways to adjust their work environment to prevent injury • Demonstrate ways to support their ergonomic health at work and at home Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-43860

25 points

Office Safety Employees play a critical role in creating and maintaining a safe office environment for themselves and their coworkers. This course will teach them how to ensure their safety. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Discuss ways to support good housekeeping throughout the office and work situation • Identify ways to modify their work environment to prevent injury • Recognize various potential hazards in the office environment

Includes information on slips, trips, and falls. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-49766 CT-51848 SPANISH

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Industrial Ergonomics Teaches employees: • What ergonomics is and why it’s important • What types of activities may lead to pain or injury • How to recognize signs and symptoms of MSDs and other ergonomics-related injuries • Ways to adjust their work environments to prevent pain or injury • Ways to support their ergonomic health at work and at home Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-43859

25 points

Computer Workstation & Design Use After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Describe possible injuries to employees who work in front of a computer on a regular basis • Recognize how workstation designs and proper setup and layout of equipment can play an important role in their overall health and safety • Identify proactive ways they can prevent injuries through body movement and positioning Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51917

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140 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING

Construction jobsites can be very dangerous places, with a lot of moving parts and people. Recognizing this, OSHA

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The OSHA Construction Safety Handbook includes plain-English information on key topics. Provides chapter quizzes to test employee understanding of topics, and a removable employee receipt page for easy documentation. English (320 pages). Spanish (360 pages). 51 ⁄4" W x 81 ⁄4" L. Topics include: • HazCom with GHS • Confined space entry • Scaffolds • Health and wellness • Cranes and derricks • Site safety and security • Jobsite exposures • Electrical safety • Slips, trips and falls • L adders and stairways • Emergency response • Tool safety • Lockout/tagout • Ergonomics and back safety • Welding, cutting and brazing • Materials handling & storage • E xcavations • Work zone safety • Motor vehicles • Fall protection • PPE • First-aid and bloodborne pathogens

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CT-17063

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CT-17064

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Scaffolds For Construction • Describes types of scaffolds and OSHA’s requirements for scaffold construction and access • E xplains important safety measures you must follow when working on a scaffold

Shows employees how to minimize risks involved with erecting, maintaining, and using scaffolding. Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36659

Scaffolding Safety For General Industry

25 points PAGE

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Scissor Lifts For Construction Helps familiarize employees with scissor lift hazards and preventative measures they can take to stay safe while operating or working near them. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • Recognize the types of hazards associated with scissor lifts • E xplain safe work practices related to the inspection, maintenance, fall protection, stabilization, and positioning • Discuss training and re-training requirements for employees who use them on the job Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51295

25 points

Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal For Construction • E xplains why it’s important to handle, store, use and dispose of materials properly • Identifies common injuries that can result when guidelines and regulations are not followed • Discusses how to choose the right machinery when moving materials, and the right and wrong ways to store, stack, and dispose of materials Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36660

25 points

Aerial Lifts For Construction Designed to familiarize employees with hazards related to aerial lifts and provide best practices to ensure safety while operating or working near one. After completing this course, employees will be able to: • E xplain the primary intended use of aerial lifts and identify different types used on the job • Discuss training and re-training requirements for employees who use aerial lifts • Recognize the types of hazards associated with aerial lifts • E xplain safe work practices related to inspection, operation, and maintenance of an aerial lift Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-51817

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CONSTRUCTION SAFETY BASICS • Use during employee orientation to help employees (especially those new to worksites) understand the safety issues and hazards they face and what safe work practices they can use to protect themselves • Helps instill good safety habits and promote a solid safety culture • Covers an introduction to general safe work practices, various worksite arrangements, the safe use of tools and equipment, and procedures for what to do in the event an emergency occurs •A  fter completing this construction safety training, employees will be able to: - Demonstrate safe work practices and procedures that can help protect themselves and others around them - Identify specific jobsite arrangements that help maintain a safe work environment - Recognize the hazards associated with using tools and equipment and identify safe ways to operate them - Describe the appropriate actions to take based on their level of authorization in the event of an emergency

DVD program includes:

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Work Environment CT-52089 CT-52093 SPANISH Safe Use Of Equipment CT-52090 CT-52094 SPANISH

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In Case Of An Emergency CT-52091 CT-52095 SPANISH Work Practices CT-50054 CT-50055 SPANISH

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Safe Use Of Equipment CT-51049 CT-51048 SPANISH Work Environment CT-51071 CT-51050 SPANISH In Case Of An Emergency CT-51047 CT-51046 SPANISH

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FOCUS FOUR HAZARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION

J. J. Keller’s Focus Four Hazards for Construction programs were designed to address key elements of OSHA's Construction Focused Inspection Initiative to help construction workers identify dangers on the jobsite and how to avoid them; understand employers' responsibilities regarding protecting workers from workplace hazards; and ultimately reduce injuries, illness and fatalities in the top four construction hazards (falls from elevations, struck by, caught in/between, and electrical shock).

Caught-In Or Caught-Between For Construction • Identifies common caught-in or -between hazards and how to protect yourself • Reviews employer’s responsibilities to protect workers from caught-in or -between hazards Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36695

25 points

Electrocution For Construction • E xplains the major types of electrocution hazards in construction • Describes common methods of protection from electrical hazards Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36692

25 points

Struck-By For Construction • Discusses common struck-by hazards and how to protect yourself • Reviews employer’s responsibilities to protect workers from struck-by hazards Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36693

25 points

Fall Protection For Construction • E xplain potential fall hazards on the jobsite and describes appropriate ways to eliminate or prevent them • Identifies various forms of fall protection equipment and scenarios when each would be appropriate • Covers how to select, inspect, use, and properly store fall protection equipment Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-52431 CT-52432 SPANISH

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FALL PROTECTION FOR CONSTRUCTION After completing this program, workers will be able to: •E xplain potential fall hazards on the jobsite and describe appropriate ways to eliminate and prevent them •Identify various forms of fall protection and scenarios when each would be appropriate •Recognize how to select, inspect, use, and store fall protection properly

DVD program includes:

2 programs in 1. English and Spanish versions. • 17-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 3-Minute Note To Trainer Video • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools USB • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right.

Training Formats (see page 94 for information about points) DVD Program

CT-52435 ENGLISH/SPANISH

$395

Pay Per View Program

CT-52443 CT-52442 SPANISH

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CT-52431 CT-52432 SPANISH

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Video Training Book

CT-52439 CT-52438 SPANISH

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CT-52436 CT-52437 SPANISH

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For the second year in a row, Fall Protection — Training Requirements (29 CFR 1926.503) made OSHA’s Top 10 violation list for FY2018, coming in at #8. That’s up one spot from FY2017, when it was #9. Fall Protection — Duty to have fall protection (29 CFR 1926.501) remained as the #1 violation. Fall protection training is an important part of keeping your workers safe on the jobsite and staying in compliance.

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146 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING

Stairways & Ladders For Construction • E xplains how to recognize hazards related to stairways and ladders and how to minimize those hazards • Gives an overview of the OSHA regulations regarding stairways and ladders • Discusses the proper construction, use, placement, and care of stairways and ladders, as well as how to choose the best stairway or ladder for the job Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36657

25 points

Slips & Trips For Construction • Teaches employees to recognize and avoid slip and trip hazards on construction sites Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-38764

25 points

Excavations For Construction • E xplains the difference between excavations and trenches, how to recognize potential hazards, and the role of the competent person • Discusses different soil classifications and their main properties • Identifies protective support systems • Describes ways to properly access excavations and what to do in the event of a cave-in Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36675

25 points

DID YOU KNOW?

OSHA Excavation Standard Handbook Conveys the most critical information on OSHA’s Excavation Standard (§1926.650-.652) through illustrations, charts and easy-to-read text. An employee quiz is also included to help make training documentation easier. 3rd edition. 29 pages. 5½" W x 8¼" L. Includes color illustrations. Description

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CT-1716

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On average, two workers are killed every month in trench collapses. That is why OSHA requires that each worker in a trench be protected from a cave-in by an adequate protective system. Unless the excavation is made in stable rock, or is less than five feet deep (with no threat of a potential cave-in), OSHA requires that each worker in a trench be protected by proper sloping, benching, and/or shoring to prevent a cave-in. The jobsite’s competent person must perform a soil analysis to determine which protective system is needed. Additional hazards associated with trenching include working with heavy machinery, manual handling of materials, working in close proximity to traffic, electrical hazards from overhead and underground power lines, and explosion and fire hazards from underground utilities, such as natural gas.

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FORKLIFT WORKSHOP FOR CONSTRUCTION • Helps you meet formal instruction, practical training, and evaluation requirements • Includes exercises and learning activities to illustrate proper procedures • Covers operating a forklift in a constantly changing environment; jobsite hazards; and center of gravity and the stability triangle, as well as reading load charts; preoperation and operational inspections; steps to placing loads; and refueling and changing propane cylinders

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Workshop format has “hands on” practice tools that combine learning with doing.

Forklift Workshop For Construction

“Easy to follow”

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CT-16258 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-41345 CT-41347 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-43702

Video Training Book

CT-48687

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Additional Training Component

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 33-Minute Video (Closed-Captioned in English) • 1 Trainer Guide • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 11 Operator Handbooks. (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Certificate Of Classroom Training • 1 Certificate Of Operational Evaluation

Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

Operator Handbook

CT-16264 CT-16265 SPANISH

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Training On Demand

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CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYERS After completing the program, employers will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards: labels, Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), and signs • A pply exposure control measures to protect workers from the effects of crystalline silica dust • Discuss the role a competent person plays in exposure control • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

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CT-52034 CT-56195 SPANISH CT-48902 CT-56099 SPANISH

$65 ea 25 points ea.

REG ALERT Compliance with the Crystalline Silica for Construction Standard became mandatory on September 23, 2017, and is being fully enforced by OSHA.

CRYSTALLINE SILICA FOR CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES After completing the program, workers will be able to: • Recognize workplace tasks that could result in exposure to crystalline silica • Identify health hazards caused by exposure • Recall the various methods of communicating crystalline silica hazards: labels, Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), and signs • A pply exposure control measures to protect themselves from the effects of crystalline silica dust • Discuss the role a competent person plays in exposure control • E xplain the purpose of OSHA’s required medical surveillance program

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CT-52035 CT-56196 SPANISH CT-52036 CT-56098 SPANISH

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BUCKET TRUCK SAFETY: TRAINING FOR OPERATORS Training Formats

• Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1926.453 requirements • Explains proper bucket truck safety principles • E xplains required safety and operation issues and what can go wrong, as well as how to prevent accidents

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CT-13507

$395

CT-24516

$65

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DVD program includes:

Employee Handbook

• 18-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 1 Instructor Guide • 10 Employee Handbooks. Need more? See at right. • 1 Awareness Poster • 10 Wallet Cards • 10 Training/Operator Safety Reminder Cards

CT-6027

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Working With Lead Exposure In Construction Environments Satisfy Lead Standard training requirements and protect employees from the dangers of both immediate and prolonged exposure to lead. • Discusses what the Standard covers • E xplains permissible exposure limits, time weighted average, and action levels • Covers exposure assessment and monitoring; methods of compliance; hygiene and housekeeping; and medical surveillance Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-37474

25 points

Health Hazards For Construction Help your employees recognize and protect themselves from occupational health hazards they face on the jobsite, such as noise exposure, gases and fumes, and hazardous chemicals. • Covers jobsite sanitation; airborne contaminants and exhaust; and dangerous substances Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36677

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Crane Safety Handbook For Operators & Ground Crew

Working in or around cranes is extremely hazardous, and workers can be seriously injured or killed. This easy-to-use handbook is a must for those who work in those dangerous conditions. It covers the basic information that operators and ground crew need to know to perform necessary tasks safely. Provides explanations of key regulatory areas, including: • General hazards • Danger zones • Ground conditions • Fall protection • Power line safety • Lockout/tagout • Crane assembly and disassembly • Inspections • Signals, signs and markings • Job-specific safety Benefits any employee working around cranes, including operators, riggers, signal persons, spotters, qualified persons, maintenance personnel, and other employees. Softbound, 68 pages. 5¼" W x 8¼" L.

Reflects OSHA’s final rule on cranes and derricks in construction (Subpart CC). Product Code CT-17062

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Cranes & Derricks For Construction Over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error. This course will help operators learn that they are the key to preventing these incidents. This training covers the following topics: • Physical and mental preparation • Equipment inspection • Hazard assessment • Boom, jib, and overhead cranes • General and operational safety devices • Crane operations • Hand signals Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36676

25 points

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“A ton of time is saved”

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Updated crane operator training regulation (1926.1427)

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Employers must ensure that each operator is certified or licensed to operate the crane. In addition, they must provide each operator-in-training with sufficient training through a combination of formal and practical instruction. This ensures that the operatorin-training develops the skills, knowledge, and ability to recognize and avert risk necessary to operate the equipment safely for assigned work. Remember, the operator-in-training must be monitored by the operator’s trainer at all times.

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TRAINING TOPIC

SPECIFIC TRAINING REQUIRED

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (29 CFR 1910.1030)

Initial training and annual refresher training for any employee with reasonably anticipated contact with blood or “other potentially infectious materials” (OPIM) as part of the employee’s duties. Training records are required.

 ONFINED SPACES C (29 CFR 1910.146)

Initial training and retraining as necessary for entrants and attendants. Training records are required.

 ONFINED SPACES IN CONSTRUCTION C (29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart AA)

When entering a permit space to do construction activities such as: repair, alteration, construction. Initial training and retraining as necessary. Training records are required, including dates and name of the trainer.

 LECTRICAL SAFETY E (29 CFR 1910.301-399; training is at 1910.332) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations

Classroom or on-the-job training is required for qualified or unqualified employees who work on, near, or within any power or electrical source 50 volts or more to ground. Must include safe practices, use of protective equipment, and safe use of electrical equipment.

FALL PROTECTION FOR CONSTRUCTION (29 CFR 1926.500-503) OSHA’s #1 Violation in FY2018

Initial training required to be conducted by a competent person. Retraining as necessary. Training records are required, including dates and the signature of the trainer or the employer.

FIRE SAFETY (29 CFR 1910.38 and 29 CFR 1910.157)

Initial training about fire hazards and retraining when employee’s duties under the emergency action plan change. Employees must be aware of evacuation routes and head count areas. If employees will use fire extinguishers to fight incipientstage fires, they must have applicable training.

FORKLIFT SAFETY (29 CFR 1910.178) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations See page 118-119.

Formal instruction and practical training (demonstrations and practical exercises performed). Evaluation of the operator’s performance every 3 years. Training records are required.

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HAZARD COMMUNICATION (29 CFR 1910.1200) OSHA’s #2 Violation in FY2018

Any employer with at least one employee and at least one hazardous chemical. Training records are not required, but recommended.

HAZWOPER (29 CFR 1910.120)

Initial and annual refresher training is required. Training elements depend on the trainee’s duties. Training records are required.

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT (29 CFR 1910.147) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations

Initial training is required, and retraining may be required as needed. Training records are required.

More than 60 OSHA general industry regulations include training requirements, plus a nearly equal number in the construction regulations. Identifying and complying with the regulations covers only the basics, however. As a best practice, you’ll want to teach your employees to protect themselves, and that requires going beyond the minimum requirements.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (29 CFR 1910.132)

Initial training for anyone required to use PPE. How to use the equipment, inspect it, clean it, and store it. Refresher training as needed.

See page 111.

See page 116.

See page 153.

See page 114.

See page 145-146.

See page 117.

See page 125.

See page 132-133.

See page 121.

See page 113.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (29 CFR 1910.134) One of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations

Companies with one or more employees who must wear a respirator at any time. Must train at least annually and if changes occur in the workplace. How to use the equipment, change filters/canisters, clean, and store it.

WALKING-WORKING SURFACES (29 CFR 1910.30 (a) and (b))

Initial training for employees exposed to fall hazards. Retraining may be required. Training records are not required, but recommended.

See page 123.

See page 103, 105, 109.

You’ll also need to identify any hazards as required by the General Duty Clause (such as heat stress, ergonomic injuries, or workplace violence). Most likely, you’ll need to train employees to avoid those hazards. Remember, you can’t keep your employees safe, but you can show them how to keep themselves safe.

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152 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING

Hazard Communication In Construction Environments • Reviews Safety Data Sheets and container labels • Discusses commonly found toxins, corrosives, irritants, flammables, combustibles, and gases • Covers PPE and chemical storage, exposure situations, spills, and cleanup Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-35630

HazCom: What You Need To Know

25 points PAGE

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GHS Safety Data Sheets For Construction • Helps you comply with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s revised HazCom Standard • Reviews the composition of Safety Data Sheets, the information contained in each section, and how SDSs are different from Material Safety Data Sheets • Covers materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, and handling hazardous materials Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-27404

25 points

Personal Protective & Lifesaving Equipment For Construction Make sure your workers know how to choose and use the appropriate PPE. • Covers eye and face protection, head protection, hand and foot protection, respiratory protection, and hearing conservation Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36678

25 points

Hand & Power Tools For Construction • Teaches workers how to recognize hazards associated with various types of tools and necessary safety precautions • E xplains guidelines for tool condition, use, and guarding, as well as wearing personal protective equipment Training Format (see page 94 for information on points) Online Course

CT-36656

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CONSTRUCTION SAFETY TRAINING 153

CONFINED SPACES: ENTRY TEAM TRAINING — CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES • Helps satisfy 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA requirements • Outlines precautions that must be taken before a confined space is entered • E xplains how to recognize the signs, symptoms and characteristic effects of exposure to confined space hazards • Defines the role and responsibilities of each member of the confined space entry team • Illustrates proper procedures via a step-by-step confined space “entry” and a confined space rescue

DVD program includes:

Training Formats (see page 94 for information on points) DVD Program

CT-38331 ENGLISH/SPANISH

Pay Per View Program

CT-45890 CT-47368 SPANISH

Online Course

CT-38758

Video Training Book

CT-48681

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25 points 10–24 $199 ea. 5–9 $229 ea. 1–4 $249 ea.

Additional Training Component Employee Handbook

2 programs in 1. Includes English and Spanish versions. • 27-Minute Closed-Captioned Video • 5 -Minute Note To Trainer Video explaining what OSHA means by “construction activities” and “maintenance activities” • 5-Minute Refresher Video with quiz • 1 Trainer Guide • 11 Employee Handbooks (10 English; 1 Spanish) Need more? See at right. • 2 Awareness Posters (1 English; 1 Spanish) • 1 Trainer Tools CD • 20 Wallet Cards (10 English; 10 Spanish) • 1 Confined Space Entry Sign • 1 Confined Space Entry Permit

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CT-39451 CT-47369 SPANISH

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DID YOU KNOW? The 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA Confined Spaces In Construction Standard sets requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees engaged in construction activities at a worksite with 1 or more confined spaces. It’s important to note that the employer doesn’t need to be a construction company — OSHA says construction, alteration and/or repair work including painting and decorating qualifies as construction work, even if it is not new construction. For example, repair of existing facilities or replacement of equipment or structures with upgraded, improved parts is considered construction. However, maintenance work (i.e., keeping a structure in proper condition in a routine or scheduled fashion) does not qualify as construction work.

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154 INDEX A

 ctive Shooter/Active Threat Go Bag Response A Kit Basic Tactical Bag.......................................................................... IV Active Shooter/Active Threat Go Bag Response Kit Basic Tactical Bag + First Aid Supplies..................................... IV Active Shooter/Active Threat Training........................................ 128 Aerial Lifts For Construction Training............................................... 142 Aerial Lifts For General Industry Training......................................... 119 Alcohol And Drug Testing Devices................................................ 92-93 Alcohol Testing Form............................................................................. 93 Apron – Protective................................................................................... 81 Arc Flash/Arc Blast Awareness & Safety Training............................ 114 Asbestos Awareness Training.............................................................130

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Back Safety: Keep Your Back In Action Training.............................. 126 Back Support............................................................................................ 81 Banners...................................................................................................... 42 Blank Label Stock...................................................................................... 5 Bloodborne Pathogens: Safety In The Workplace Training.......... 111 Bomber Jackets....................................................................................... 73 Bucket Truck Safety: Training For Operators................................... 149

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Caught-In Or Caught-Between For Construction Training...........144 Cold Stress Training..............................................................................136 Compliance Focus Newsletter . ........................................................... 98 Compliance Library................................................................................. 99 Compressed Gas Cylinders Training.................................................134 Computer Workstation & Design Use Training............................... 137 Confined Spaces: Entry Team – Construction Activities Training...............................................................................153 Confined Spaces: Entry Team – Maintenance Activities Training............................................................................... 116 Construction Regulatory Update Newsletter With Poster ............. 98 Construction Safety Basics Training..................................................143 Cooling Products.................................................................................... 83 Coveralls................................................................................................... 82 Crane Safety For General Industry Training.....................................134 Crane Safety Handbook For Operators And Ground Crew..........150 Cranes And Derricks For Construction Training.............................150 Crystalline Silica For Construction Employees Training...............148 Crystalline Silica For Construction Employers Training................148 Crystalline Silica For General Industry Employees Training.........122 Crystalline Silica For General Industry Employers Training..........122 Customized Solutions...........................................................................108 Custom Products.........................................................................38-39, 73

D

Drug-Free Workplace Policy Poster.................................................... 93

E

Earmuffs.................................................................................................... 68 Earplugs.............................................................................................. 67-68 Electrical Safety: Training For Unqualified Employees . ............... 114 Electrocution For Construction Training..........................................144 Electronic Labor Law Poster Management Service.......................... 51 Emergency Eyewash & Shower Use Training................................... 110 Emergency Preparedness & Response Training............................. 135 Employee Food Safety Handbook 4th Edition................................ 112 Employee Information Centers............................................................... 7 Everyday OSHA Safety & Health Management Manual................... 97 Excavations For Construction Training.............................................146 Eye Protection ...................................................................................60-64 EyeCue® Visual Learning System.......................................................106

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Face Protection........................................................................................ 64 Fall Protection Devices..................................................................... 76-77 Fall Protection For Construction Training................................ 144-145 Fall Protection For General Industry Training..................................104 Federal Contractor Combo Poster Update Service......................... 53 Federal Contractor Posters................................................................... 53 Federal Safety Poster.............................................................................. 53 Fire Extinguisher Use Training............................................................ 117 Fire Prevention & Response: What Employees Need to Know Training...................................................................... 117 First Aid Basics Training....................................................................... 110 First Aid Kits........................................................................................... 110 Floor Marking Stencils............................................................................ 42 Forklift Multi-Form Inspection Log Kits............................................I Forklift Operator Daily Checklist......................................................... 84 Forklift Pre-Shift Inspection Kits.........................................................I Forklift Safety Instructional Chart........................................................ 84 Forklift Training...................................................................................... 118 Forklift Workshop For Construction Training.................................. 147 Forklifts: Ultimate Hazard Perception Challenge Training............ 119

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GHS Poster Kit ........................................................................................... 5 GHS Safety Data Sheets For Construction Training....................... 152 GHS Signs.................................................................................................... 7 GHS Wallet Cards ..................................................................................... 4 GHS-Style Pictogram Labels................................................................... 4 Glasses................................................................................................60-63 Gloves ................................................................................................. 54-59 Goggles..................................................................................................... 64

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H2S For General Industry Training......................................................130 H2S Understand The Dangers Handbook........................................... 91 Hand & Foot Protection: PPE Employee Essentials Training......... 112 Hand & Power Tools For Construction Training.............................. 152 Hand Protection................................................................................. 54-59 Hard Hats............................................................................................ 74-75

Hazard Communication Compliance Manual.................................... 96 Hazard Communication In Construction Environments Training...................................................................... 152 Hazard Perception Challenge: Slips, Trips And Falls Training......109 Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response Training......... 131 Hazardous Substances: Spill Discovery & Notification Training.......................................................................... 131 HazCom Label Manager – Online Service............................................ 6 Hazcom Made Easier Employee Handbook..................................... 125 HazCom Program Manager – Online Service....................................... 6 Hazcom: GHS Container Labels Training.......................................... 124 Hazcom: GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Training............................ 124 Hazcom: Introduction To Hazard Communication & GHS Training....................................................................................... 124 Hazcom: What You Need To Know Training..................................... 125

HAZWOPER: 8-Hour Refresher Training For Waste Site Workers.....................133 Air Monitoring And Medical Program Training............................133 Awareness-Level Responders Training....................................... III Emergency Response And Decontamination Training...............133 Emergency Response Training For Employees............................133 Emergency Response: Awareness-Level Responders Training................................................................... 132 Emergency Response: Hazmat Technicians Training.................. 132 Emergency Response: Operations-Level Responders Training................................................................... 132 Emergency Response Refresher Training................................... III Hazard Recognition Training...........................................................133 Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup: 16-Hour Training...................... 132 Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup: 24-Hour Training...................... 132 Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup: 40-Hour Training...................... 132 HAZWOPER: Initial Training....................................................... 132 Introduction To HAZWOPER For Waste Site Workers Training..........................................................................133 O perations-Level & Hazmat-Technician-Level Responders Training....................................................................... III PPE And Other Hazard Control Measures Training.....................133

Head Protection . .............................................................................. 74-75 Head, Eye & Face Protection: Employee Essentials Training........ 112 Health Hazards For Construction Training....................................... 149 Hearing Protection . ......................................................................... 67-68 Hearing Protection: Employee Essentials Training......................... 113 Heat Stress Training..............................................................................136 HMIS III Labels............................................................................................ 8 Hot Work: Safety Operations Training.............................................. 115 Hours Of Service Rules For Oil & Gas CMV Drivers Training.......... 90 Housekeeping & Maintenance Training............................................102 Hydrogen Sulfide For Oil & Gas Training............................................ 91

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Ice Traction Devices................................................................................ 83 Incident Investigations For Accidents & Near Misses Training.... 135 Indoor Air Quality Training..................................................................130 Industrial Ergonomics Training........................................................... 137

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KellerOnline®........................................................................................... 95 Knee Pads ................................................................................................ 81

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Labels......................................................................................................... 89 Labor Law Posters.............................................................................50, 52 Ladder Safety For General Industry Training...................................105 Lockout/Tagout Bags........................................................................ 16 Lockout/Tagout Devices ..................................................... 10-13, 16 Lockout/Tagout Instructional Chart.................................................... 12 Lockout/Tagout Kits & Stations ................................................13-16 Lockout/Tagout: Put A Lock On Hazardous Energy Training....... 121

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Machine Guarding Training................................................................. 121 Markings.................................................................................................... 89 Materials Handling Safety Training.................................................... 119 Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal For Construction Training....................................................................... 142 Motorized Pallet Jacks: Safe Operation Training............................ 120

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Newsletters............................................................................................... 98 NFPA Labels & Signs................................................................................. 9 NIOSH Pocket Guide To Chemical Hazards ........................................ 8

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Office Ergonomics Training................................................................ 137 Office Safety Training........................................................................... 137 Oil & Gas Employee Safety Handbook................................................ 91 Oilfield Log Books................................................................................... 90 OSHA Compliance For Construction Activities: From Understanding To Implementation Manual......................... 96 OSHA Compliance For General Industry: From Understanding To Implementation Manual......................... 97 OSHA Compliance For Transportation Manual................................. 96 OSHA Construction Safety Handbook . ...........................................140 OSHA Excavation Standard Handbook . ..........................................146 OSHA Incident Tracker Online Service.............................................100 OSHA Recordkeeping For Employees Training.............................. 135 OSHA Rules For Construction Activities: 1926 And Other Essential Regulations Guide................................ 96 OSHA Rules For General Industry: 1910 And Other Essential Regulations Guide................................ 97 OSHA Safety Training Handbook ...................................................... 112 OSHA Safety Training Newsletter with Poster Program.................. 98

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Personal Protective & Lifesaving Equipment For Construction Training....................................................................... 152

Personal Protective Equipment............................................II, 54-83 Personal Protective Equipment: Employee Essentials Training..... 113 Pipe Markers.......................................................................................46-49 Poster Snap Frames................................................................................ 50 Power Tool & Extension Cord Safety Training................................. 114 Protective Workwear........................................................................ 81-83

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Rain Jacket and Pants............................................................................. 73 RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Training.................................... 131 Reflective Workwear............................................................... II, 69-73 RegSense® .............................................................................................100 Respiratory Protection ....................................................................65-66 Respiratory Protection: Breathing Safely Training.......................... 123

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SafeGear™ Non-Certified Safety Vests........................................... II SafeGear™ Safety Vests..................................................................... II Safety Audits For Employees Training..............................................102 Safety Data Sheet Binder......................................................................... 7 Safety Management Today Newsletter............................................... 98 Safety Training Talks Manual................................................................. 97 Safety Vests .............................................................................. II, 69-73 Saline Eyewash......................................................................................... 63 Saline Wall Station................................................................................... 63 Scaffolding Safety For General Industry Training...........................104 Scaffolds For Construction Training.................................................. 142 Scissor Lifts For Construction Training............................................. 142 Scissor Lifts For General Industry Training...................................... 119 Scoreboards............................................................................................. 40 SDS Pocket Dictionary.............................................................................. 7 SDS Signs.................................................................................................... 7 Seat Belt Cover......................................................................................... 70 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training......................................129 Signs...............................................................................7, 17-37, 40-42, 44 Sign Posts And Hardware...................................................................... 43 Slips & Trips: Workplace Safety Training..........................................109 Slips And Trips For Construction Training........................................146 Spill Control........................................................................................85-87 Stairways and Ladders For Construction Training..........................146 Stairways For General Industry Training...........................................105 Stanchion Post Chains............................................................................ 43 State And Local Specialty Posters.................................................. 52 State Wage Order Posters................................................................ 52 Step Bolts & Manhole Steps For Telecommunications Training.....105 Struck-By For Construction Training.................................................144 Supervisor Safety Alert Newsletter..................................................... 98 Sweatband................................................................................................ 83

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Tags .........................................................................................10-11, 45, 84 Tool Tethering Devices...............................................................78-80 Traffic Cones .........................................................................................140 Training And Awareness Posters............................................................ 8 Training On Demand.............................................................................. 94 Training Program Management Service........................................... 101

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Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifests And Continuation Sheets ............................................................................ 88

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Video Subscription Service................................................................. 141 Video Training Books.................................................................... 138-139

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Walking-Working Surfaces Employee Handbook..........................103 Walking-Working Surfaces: What You Need To Know For Supervisors & Employees Training.................................................103 Welding: Safety & Health Protections Training............................... 115 Winter Safety: Working & Driving In Snow, Ice, & Extreme Cold Training...................................................................136 Working With Lead Exposure In Construction Environments Training...................................................................... 149 Workplace Injury & Illness: OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping For Managers Training......................................... 135 Workplace Policy Awareness Poster.................................................... 53 Workplace Safety Advisor Newsletter................................................ 98 Workplace Safety Basics Training...................................................... 127 Workplace Safety Instructional Charts................................ 12, 84, 110 Key:  ew products located at the front of the catalog on the N Brand New Products pages New products throughout the rest of the catalog TRADEMARKS Trade names, trademarks and service marks, logos, and registered trademarks/service marks found in this catalog are the property of their respective owners who are not necessarily affiliated with J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. You must contact the owner to obtain permission to use them.

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Active Shooter/Active Threat Go Bag Response Kit NEW

see p. IV

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

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see p. 129

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Tool Tethering Products

see pp. 78–80

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J. J. Keller's 2019 Safety Catalog  

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