Diamond Shaped Hazard Sign: Spontaneously Combustible
Spontaneously Combustible Hazard Sign – Spontaneously combustible materials are those which, even in small quantities, are liable of igniting within five minutes after coming into contact with air. Spontaneous Combustible material (Division 4.2) means a pyrophoric material or a self-heating material. Lithium alkyls are an example of a pyrophoric material (a chemical which spontaneously ignites when exposed to air) in Division 4.2.
A Class 4 Spontaneously Combustible hazard signis a helpful resource to aid in the protection of the health and safety of staff, and is not an alternative for required protective measures for eliminating or reducing hazards. This spontaneously combustible hazard sign features a flame symbol above the words spontaneously combustible followed by a large, bold number 4. The sign comprises a white (top) and red (bottom) background with black wording and symbols.
Signage of dangerous goods is done so in accordance with local State and Territory legislation. Identifying these dangerous solids, liquids or gases is important to keep people, animals, property and the environment safe from harm.
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