How can asbestos-containing floors, ceilings, and walls be labeled?
Signs and labels are required to be posted on or near the product; however, it is generally not feasible to put labels on walls, floors, and ceilings. Alternative labeling methods may be used. For example, if asbestos-containing floors are being serviced by employees that use a common equipment room day after day, then a sign or label for the asbestos flooring can be posted in that room.
['Hazard Communication', 'Signs and Markings', 'Toxic and Hazardous Substances - OSHA']
['Asbestos', 'Signs and Markings', 'Hazcom Labeling']
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