Floor Sign, Walk On, Area In Front Of Electrical Panel Must Be Kept Clear For
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Accuform Signs® 7" x 10" Aluminum Electrical Sign "DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP..", Red/Black On White
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Model #MELC141VA
  • Legend: "DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP AWAY"
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Accuform Signs® 7" x 10" Aluminum Electrical Sign "DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE", Red/Black On White
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Item #277788
Model #MELC113VA
  • Legend: "DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE"
  • Size: 7"(L) x 10"(W)
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Notice Signs; Electrical Room No Storage Permitted Bilingual, 14X10, Rigid Plastic
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Electrical Markers, 460 Volts, 1.25X4.5, Adhesive Vinyl, 25/Pk
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Labels - Danger, Electrical Hazard Authorized Personnel Only, 3X5, Adhesive Vinyl, 5/Pk
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Model #D268AP
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Notice Signs; Electrical Closet No Storage Permitted, 10X14, Rigid Plastic
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Danger, Overhead Power Lines, Bilingual, 14X10, .040 Aluminum
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High Voltage Keep Out Bilingual, 14X10, .040 Aluminum, Danger Sign
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Labels - Danger, Arc Flash & Shock Hazard, 3X5, Adhesive Vinyl, 5/Pack
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Keep everyone safe by hanging the right electrical signs near high-voltage power installations and industrial equipment. These warning and identification signs ensure the safety of employees and visitors by alerting them to possible hazards around your office building and production plants. You can find a wide selection of such electrical safety signs and other construction signs on Staples®.

Pick the Right Electrical Signs for Your Installations
In the U.S., all warning signs must meet regulations provided by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) or ANSI (American National Standards Institute). These bodies bodies provide guidelines about the wording and design of electrical safety signs.They require that businesses choose the most appropriate ones to warn of potential workplace dangers. There are different types of these displayed warnings, and each serves a different purpose. Common examples include high voltage and electrical hazard signs. These display thunderbolt graphics in addition to textual warnings.

There are also special electrical warning signs for battery charging locations, overhead power lines, and equipment likely to experience electrostatic discharges. Some safety panels also serve as identifying labels. These include voltage rating and electrical room signs.

Consider Size and Build Material When Shopping for Electrical Signs
Electrical safety signs come in different standard sizes. The one you choose should be big enough to be visible and legible from a safe distance. Typical sizes include 3 x 5, 10 x 7, 14 x 10, and 20 x 14 inches. If you need a warning sign that is visible and readable from 15 feet, pick one measuring 10 x 7 inches and install it at a location accessible only to pedestrians. From moving vehicles on the street or a forklift riding through a production plant, you need a sign measuring 14 x 10 inches or larger for a viewing distance of 15 feet.

The right build material for an electrical sign depends on where and how you intend to mount it. Commonly used materials include plastic, vinyl, aluminum, and fiberglass. Aluminum is a durable, lightweight metal that does not rust while plastic is even lighter and more affordable but may not be suitable for some installations. Adhesive vinyl is the thinnest material used for warning signs and is best for indoor locations. Vinyl also wraps around curved surfaces. Reflective and glow-in-the-dark vinyl, plastic, and aluminum are economical solutions for signs placed in dimly lit areas.

Should You Get Bilingual Electrical Signs?
In the U.S., most electrical warning signs have messages written in English. Bilingual signs have messages in both English and Spanish. These are best for multilingual workplaces. They are especially useful for production plants and sites with skilled workers that are more fluent in Spanish than English.

How Do You Hang Electrical Signs?
Some plastic and all vinyl signs have an adhesive backing that sticks to different surfaces. You need to drill holes to hang aluminum, fiberglass, and thick plastic signs to walls with nails or screws.

Why Do Most Electrical Signs Only Use Certain Colors?
Safety signs use black, white, amber, orange, and red colors because they sharply contrast with one another and are highly visible under bright and dim lighting. Red also has a deep association with danger while amber and orange command viewers' attentions better than most colors.