Signs Signals and Barricades/Toxic and Hazardous Substances: Asbestos danger signs were placed on the “danger” tape warning line, where active glove-bag abatement measures were taking place.
Signage was placed on all sides of the work and read: “DANGER: ASBESTOS...”
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