Electrical Danger Warning Signs

June 27, 2018

Universally Recognized Electrical Warning Signs

These Electrical Danger warning signs are universally recognized symbols for electrical danger. This means that Canadians will recognize these signs during holiday travels or business trips to other countries. Implementing this visual universal language for electrical danger means everyone will understand the warning message that the signage conveys.

Where will you see Electrical Danger warning signs?

Signage can be found on almost anything that carries an electrical current, from common household appliances to large utility equipment. Electrical Danger warning signs should also be posted in public locations such as on electrical room doors and high voltage cabinets to alert people of the presence of electrical hazard and the potential risk of electrical shock, burns or electrocution.
Never take these warning signs lightly. Your life may depend on it.

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