Class 5.1 Oxygen Hazard Sign
$15 – $25
Hazardous Sign – Class 5.1 Oxygen Hazard Sign
- Size – 250mm x 250mm
- Supplied as an adhesive vinyl sticker or mounted on ACM panel
- Meets industry standards
Hazardous Signs – Class 5.1 Oxygen Hazard Sign
Class 5.1 Oxygen Hazard Sign – Although an oxidising agent is not inherently combustible in itself, it may usually cause, or lead to, the ignition of other material by yielding oxygen. Halogen, potassium nitrate, and nitric acid are examples of oxidising agents. The oxidising agent sign class 5.1 features a symbol of a flame over a circle above the words oxidising agent accompanied by big, bold numbers 5.1. The ‘Class 5.1 Oxygen Hazard Sign’ features a yellow backdrop with black text and symbols. Hence, post the oxidising agent sign class 5.1 to aware your workers of possible hazards at the workplace.
Health and Safety is an issue that should not be ignored. The mission of Hazard Signs NZ is to provide quality-made safety signs to all of New Zealand. Our great prices and convenient online ordering platform make us a preferred supplier to many NZ businesses. All our signs are designed and manufactured in Invercargill to meet the workplace health and safety needs of all businesses and industries in New Zealand.
Please note. We make all safety signs to order and therefore, it may take 5 to 10 business days to receive. If you require your order urgently, please don’t hesitate to contact us to confirm an estimated delivery date prior to placing your order.
250mm x 250mm
Self Adhesive Vinyl Sticker, ACM Metal sheet
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