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What do the 4 Colours on safety signs mean?

Safety signs utilize color coding to convey vital information at a glance. Each color serves a distinct purpose:

Red stands for prohibitory actions or emergency, indicating stop or alarm conditions.
Green signifies safety, indicating exits or first aid.
Yellow or Amber is used for caution, alerting individuals to potential hazards.
Blue mandates a particular action, such as wearing safety gear.

Mastering these color cues is crucial as it promotes safety by enabling quick recognition and response to different scenarios, reducing the likelihood of accidents and ensuring a safer working environment.