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There is no specific marine legislation with regard to prohibition signs, however the ISPS code requires certain areas to have restricted access and be identified as such.

Prohibition signs are used extensively on board ship to inform crew, passengers and visitors of the requirements of onboard policy. They also highlight areas of concern where experience or risk assessment has determined the need for a prohibition notice.

No Smoking
No Matches
No Entry
No Access
Do Not Touch
No Drinking Water
Do Not Operate
Do Not Clean Or Oil
Do Not Extinguish W/ Water
No Mobile Phones (15x15)
Smoking Strictly Forbidden
This Is A No Smoking Area
No Smoking Beyond This Point
No Matches
No Naked Lights
No Naked Flames
No Hot Work
No Entry
No Access To Car Deck
Do Not Enter
No Exit
No Entry To Unauthorised Personnel
Authorised Personnel Only
Do Not Enter The Pump Room
Do Not Touch
No Admittance
Do Not Drink
Do Not Switch Off
Do Not Switch On
Do Not Operate
Unauthorised Persons May Not Service Machines
Do Not Carry Out Maintenance Work On Running Machinery
No Access
Keep Out
Do Not Open
Do Not Close
Do Not Extinguish With Water
Do Not Touch Men Working
Do Not Watch The Arc
No Smoking
Do Not Throw Garbage Overboard
Do Not Remove Guards
Do Not Use Unless Guards Are In Position
Switch Off Mobiles
Do Not Switch On Under Maintenance
Restricted Area
Stop - Security Control Station
Fork Lift Trucks Prohibited In Pedestrian Route

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