When it comes to signage, I'm in the K.I.S.S. camp--a sign needs to be short and concise or it will be ignored.
Wayne's sign good overall, though I'd like to see it even simpler.
Assuming this is the level of detail we seek, I have a few suggestions:
2.4 is, at the very least, grammatically complex. (I didn't diagram the word-putting-togetherness, sentence-wise to test validity
). Can we say this better? (I'll have a go myself later.)
5 and 5.1 are somewhat in conflict(?--struggling for the right word). Though both about labeling, they don't flow together as nicely as I'd like. May I suggest that the "rule", 5, become:
5. LABEL YOUR STUFF
With the following "sub" statements:
--Don't presume that unlabeled materials are "up for grabs".
--Unlabeled stuff is subject to disposal at the whim of the management and/or cleaning crews
--A label don't "make it right", but if your labeled stuff presents a problem we will attempt to contact you before taking drastic action.
Finally, I'd recap with something to the order of:
Rules can never cover every situation and will always be subject to interpretation. Please use common sense and remember our prime directive:
I am here: http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=44.934296,-93.466632