Hazard Signs

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Hazard Signs

In Australia, hazard signs are used to warn people about potential dangers in various settings. Here are some examples of where you might find them:

1. Construction Sites: Hazard signs indicating risks like "Construction Site - Hard Hat Area" or "Danger - Falling Objects" are commonly used.

2. Roads and Highways: Signs like "Caution - Slippery When Wet" or "Warning - Steep Descent" are placed to alert drivers about potential hazards on the road.

3. Industrial Areas: Signs such as "Danger - High Voltage" or "Caution - Chemical Storage Area" are used in industrial settings to warn workers and visitors about specific dangers.

4. Beaches and Waterways: Signs like "Danger - Strong Currents" or "Warning - Shark Infested Waters" are placed to alert swimmers and beachgoers about potential hazards.

5. Natural Parks and Bushlands: Signs indicating risks like "Warning - Venomous Snakes" or "Caution - Cliff Edge" are used to warn hikers and visitors about potential dangers in natural environments.

These signs are typically placed in visible locations to ensure people are aware of the risks and can take appropriate precautions to stay safe.

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