caution area


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caution area

[′kȯ·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(navigation)
An area in which there is a visible hazard to flight or navigation, such as unusual aircraft maneuvers, high density of aircraft, or parachute drops.
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The warmest season is characterized by a high caution area for heat stress encompassing the Caribbean region as well as Yucatan in Mexico and the Caribbean coast of South America.
Particularly relevant to lawn irrigation, DEP's program encourages reuse of reclaimed water by requiring wastewater treatment facility applicants to prepare reuse feasibility studies if their facility is located in a water resource caution area. (14) These feasibility reports may also be used by utilities in the consumptive use permitting process.
* Do the workshops' deck areas have 3-inch yellow-and-black striped lines marking caution areas? Anyone inside these borders should be wearing the appropriate PPE at all times, whether working or just observing.
OPNAVINST 5100.19E para D0804 requires the installation of non-skid on the deck (at the point of operation) in front of permanently mounted machine tools and ensure caution areas and eye hazard areas around the machine are marked as defined in chapter B5.
The state of Florida has actually mandated the reuse of wastewater in certain "water resource caution areas" unless it is not "economically, environmentally, or technically feasible." These water resource caution areas (where water supply is already scarce, or projected to become so) comprise a large area of the state, and efforts there already have resulted in greater than 1 billion gallons per day of wastewater reuse.