This enables ST4 to recognize this text passage as belonging together during the import. The styles you use in the warning notices must all have a common prefix (that is, an abbreviation) in the style name. For example, an action instruction in the safety instruction is then called “sig_action” and a hazard description “sig_consequence” if you have selected “sig” as the abbreviation. You also need to create two new styles that then signal the type and severity of the hazard when imported. For example, you could name them “sig_safety-type” and “sig_safety-severity”.
Last but not least, at the beginning of the safety instruction (but already within the table) you have to add one row each with the new styles (i.e., in our example “sig_safety-type” and “sig_safety-severity”). In this row you enter the ST4 system name for the type of hazard and the severity of the hazard in each case. Attention: The system names are case-sensitive, so you have to enter exactly the name that you have determined from your administrators, for example.