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We are a professional enterprise that manufacture all kinds of flags such as national flags of all countries, company logo flags, beach flags, hand flags and so on. We are located in South China, where boast a developed economy, high-quality personnel, and abundant human resources. The company possesses 4000 square meters modernized standard workshop, which divided into two production workshops: manual printing shop and machine printing shop, equipped with a set of comprehensive production lines. The humanized management system and strict quality inspection system ensure first-class quality of product. All produ ction processes of flags are completed in the company, from weaving, design, plate-making, printing, steam cleaning, sewing, packaging, logistics, formed a complete production chain. All the processes are inspected by engineer and technician, to ensure product quality through Standardized Production and total quality control....Read More

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USA Hamlin DHL 8801758700   Italy Quintin DHL 8801758873   Italy Abdey DHL 8801759735   Japan Abbey DHL 8900693130

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Malaysia Bob UPS H8960741762   Japan Miuix FedEx 876388233099   USA Felicia EUB LK198588087CN    USA Faustina EUB LK198486750CN

USA Barton EUB LK211993435CN   USA Tania EUB LK212007559CN   USA Taylor EUB LK212052249CN   USA Ted EUB LK211993342CN


Beach warning flags Why does Florida need a uniform warning flag system? Warning flags are posted by many coastal communities, but, the flags used to identify different tide and surf conditions vary from place to place. Many residents and visitors travel to different parts of the state to enjoy our wonderful public beaches. Differences in flag colors, size and symbols can confuse beach goers, thereby decreasing the effectiveness of efforts to improve public safety. How does it work? The Department’s beach warning flag program uses the colors adopted by the International Lifesaving Federation, with symbols added to clarify the meaning of the flags. The program also includes the placement of interpretive signs along the beach to explain the meaning each flag used in the warning system. To the extent of available funds, the warning flags and interpretive signs are provided free of charge to local governments that provide public beach access. The communities that receive the free warning flags and interpretive signs are responsible for the installation, proper use, and maintenance of the flags and signs. Public beaches utilizing a warning system must adhere to the state’s uniform warning flag program In 2005, the State of Florida adopted and enacted into law the Beach Flag Warning System. This is the flag system you see across the Beaches of South Walton. It is extremely important to monitor the beach flag warning system. Dangerous rip currents may exist in the water, but provide no visible indication from shore; i.e. large waves. This is especially true on our 26 miles of beach. Flag colors are determined by the most dangerous surf or rip conditions within the county's beaches and the appropriate color flag or flags are flown at each beach access. Therefore, the conditions at the beach where you are visiting may appear less dangerous than the beach flags that are flying. The South Walton Beach Safety Division is constantly monitoring the water conditions and weather forecast to provide the most accurate and timely water and surf information possible. Please remember to use caution at all times. Beach safety

Beach warning flags

Children should be monitored constantly on the beach. Take small children by the hand when crossing traffic. Sunbathing is permitted west of the parking area and east of the traffic lanes. Do not sit, lie or place personal property in the driving or parking areas. Alcohol, fireworks, pets and glass containers are not permitted on the beach. To view a brochure with information about driving and parking on the beach in the Daytona Beach area, click here. To view a brochure with information about driving and parking on the beach in the New Smyrna Beach area, click here. Ocean safety Always swim in front of a lifeguard. Ask a lifeguard about surf conditions and rip current risks. Watch children carefully when they are in the ocean. Rip currents Rip currents are channels of fast-moving water that can pull even the most experiencedswimmers from shore. If you are caught in a rip current, remain calm and do not fight the current. Swim parallel to the shore until you are out of the current and then swim to the shore. If you are unable to swim out of the current, calmly float or tread water. If you are unable to reach shore, draw attention to yourself by waving or yelling for help. If you see someone in trouble, don't become a victim too. Throw the person something that floats. Gelt help from a lifeguard or call 9-1-1. What Do Beach Warning Flags Mean? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it is estimated that most unintentional drownings take place in what the CDC calls natural waters. These are the fresh and saltwater beaches across the U.S. Many more drownings are prevented with beach warning flags. Significance Beach warning flags are visible informational signals that report the condition of the beach and the water. Oftentimes this is the only way to warn those on the beach of hazards. Identification Beach warning flags come in the colors red, yellow, orange, green, black, blue and purple. Some are blank while others have symbols. According to the Florida Coastal Management Program, beach warning flags are a standard size of 29.25 inches in height and 39 inches wide. Sponsored Links Download Google Chrome A free browser that lets you do more of what you like on the web www.google.com/chromeCurrent Condition Flags The red, yellow, orange and green flags are warnings about the currents or surf. One or two red flags or a black flag means "high surf and no swimming," while green means "calm waters." Yellow signs report light surf or currents and advise caution. Orange flags may be triangular, in which case they indicate dangerous environmental air or water quality. Habitat Danger Flags Purple or blue flags may occasionally be seen on ocean beaches. These denote "dangerous marine life" in the water, according to the Florida Department of Health. This includes sharks, jellyfish and other dangerous animals in the water. The use of the purple or blue depends on the geographic locale (Florida uses purple). Swim Warning Red signs often carry a symbol of a swimmer in across with a line across it meaning "no swimming." There is no swimming on red, black, blue or purple flags.
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