This type of signage provides information about materials that are determined to be dangerous. These products are given a classification and a colour code. This information should be communicated when calling the emergency services and, ideally again upon the arrival of the emergency personnel. The emergency services will give directions on what to do until their arrival.
Tomorrow we will continue our look at managing specific poisons adapted from the new Poisons guideline.
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