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The strange thing about Dutch is that, if you understand German and English, you can _decipher_ Dutch. Well, 90% of Dutch.I think the poster says, "Outlet (exhaust) gasses are life-threatening."Lurker111
@ Lurker111: Correct! The text on top says "Open doors and windows before you start your engine."
Thanks for the confirmation. Would you believe, I never even noticed the text at the top? Weird.Thanks for the help on the other posters!Lurker111
Ah well, here we go...#1: (See my previous reply and Lurker111's contribution.)#2: One touch! Monsters lurk in electric wires. #3: Use safety belts. #4: That's what happens when the emergency door is blocked! #5: Distraction leads to accidents.#6: Weld safely.#7: Safe scaffolding around every house saves you from a trip to the hospital.#8: The hood (? kap = safety protecty thingy) was too high.#9: Carbon monoxide. ..Lurking danger... No running power unit in garage.#10: Grind safely. One splinter can cost you an eye.#11: Wear steel-nosed shoes.#12: ...and all that remains: cover it well, and keep it fresh.#13: Work safely!#14: Watch out! The traffic ghost is lurking.#15: Arch enemies.#16: .....fix ladders.#17: Manhole covers. Close the caps well.#18: Use your eyes, and protect them.#19: FOD (foreign object damage?)#20: Obligatory toe protection.#21: Arsonist. Extinguish him/it (by stamping on it)!#22: Birds are not to be taken lightly (lit. "are not for the (pussy)cat", a Dutch expression indicating something to be reckoned with.)#23: Check your safety regularly.#24: Caution. Sharp.#25: Secure gaps in the floor.#26: Don't carry too much! Ask for assistance.#27: Keep dangers at bay.#28: Protect your safety.
There are more, where it came from:http://ej.uz/HolandesPlakatiAlso here are some exUSSR posters:http://www.adme.ru/plakaty/surovyj-sovetskij-plakat-455955/