Visually communicate the dangers of arc flash.
Arc flash signs are vital way you can visual communicate the grave dangers of arc flash to your employees and instruct how they can protect themselves accordingly.
Post visual communication to help prevent energy-related accidents.
Electricity is one of the modern workplace’s most powerful tool, but with it comes serious dangers. Electrical hazard signs warn workers, visitors, and first responders of the risks present.
Remind workers to take proper precautions around electrical panels.
Electricity is so omnipresent in the modern-day workplace that it’s easy to forget about the hazards and dangers that can happen as a result of electricity
Identify and warn of the dangerous nature of energized areas.
Electrical room signs identify and warn of the dangerous nature of energized areas, like mechanical rooms or transformers rooms, and instruct workers and visitors to act accordingly.
Remind workers to be cautious around electrically sensitive components
In certain environments, static can cause major damage to sensitive instruments. Because of this, it’s important to notify visitors and workers of the precautions necessary for these areas with ESD Signs.
Prepare and instruct workers and facility visitors of live energy environments.
Live energy areas are some of the most catastrophic environments that exist. For this reason, it's essential that safety managers and employers post high voltage signs to inform and instruct workers and facility visitors of the danger ahead.
Ensure only authorized personnel conduct operations around electrical equipment.
There are many dangers to working in the proximity of high voltage; contact with electric currents can cause damage to a worker’s nervous system, as well as severe burns and organ failure. The more aware that workers are of high voltage around them, the safer they’ll be.
Prevent accidents and protect your workers with Lockout Tagout signs.
Some of the most catastrophic and deadly accidents that occur in industrial settings take place during equipment maintenance, usually as a result of someone powering up equipment without knowing that someone is currently inside the machine. Lockout Tagout signs inform and instruct workers to use the lockout tagout system.