NFPA’s Hazard Diamond

The National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) developed a rating system to identify and rank the hazards of a material.  If you have previously worked in construction you’ve probably seen the colorful labels used to explain these hazards.  The NFPA’s hazard rating is diamond-shaped, made up of four smaller diamonds.  The NFPA symbol colors are blue, red, yellow and white.  Inside the colored smaller diamonds are numbers or symbols loaded with a wealth of knowledge.

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