h. DA Pam 40-501, Hearing Conservation. This pamphlet augments
information contained in TB MED 501 and provides guidance for implementing the
hearing conservation program at all facilities controlled by the DA as established in AR
40-5 and AR 385-10. It specifies audiometer testing, and so forth.
i. TB MED 502, Respiratory Protection Program. Although respiratory
protection was addressed by AR 11-34, this technical bulletin contains information
useful in the design and operation of a respiratory protection program.
j. TB MED 503, The Army Industrial Hygiene Program. This technical
bulletin describes the responsibilities and relationships of the components of an
Installation Occupational Safety and Health Program.
k. TB MED 506, Occupational Vision. This technical bulletin defines the
occupational vision hazards and describes the components of the program designed to
l. TB MED 507, Prevention, Treatment, and Control of Heat Injury.
Equipment and protocols needed to combat heat injuries are described in this technical
1-14. SAFETY SIGNS AND SPECIFICATIONS
AR 385-30, Safety Signs and Specifications, provides detailed information in
safety signs that are to be used in areas where hazards are found. Radiation marking
signs may include a variation to the normally viewed danger and/or caution signs or
labels. The categories of signs are noted below; however, not all of them are explained.
The size of the panels, figures, and letters will vary with the outside dimensions of the
signs. Figures 1-6 through 1-12 and Tables 1-2 through 1-6 illustrate some of the
specifications for signs and labels.
Safety Color Code Markings And Signs **
*A variety of colors may be used, except for red, yellow, or purple (magenta)
NOTE: There are some variances in sign colors, shapes, and markings to denote
hazards. These color markings, and so forth, may be placed on danger, caution, or hazard
Table 1-2. Basic required sign color markings.