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Bilingual RF Danger Sign

Danger (English/Español)

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This bilingual (English-Spanish/Español) 10" x 14" RF Safety Danger sign is for placement where there is an imminent risk of serious injury or death. When an exposure (in an RF environment) could knock an individual down, cause a serious shock or burn, or even death, RFSigns.com recommends this Danger sign with a standard shock hazard symbol to get the point across quickly. The standard Do Not Touch symbol does not convey the urgency of the hazard of human contact with exposed RF conductors.

Danger signs should be posted at the actual location of the hazard. Danger signs are often over-used. To preserve their meaning, it is important to post Danger signs only at actual high-risk hazards.  Use WN202 bilingual Warning signs on the envelope around a Danger hazard. For example, at an AM tower broadcast site, the live tower, live conductors, and live tuning equipment are sometimes exposed. Anything live and exposed should be marked Danger, and if necessary, cordoned off. Outside the space, Warning signs should be posted on fences and doors. This Radio Frequency safety sign features both English and Spanish and is officially suitable for reading at a safe viewing distance of 15 feet.

Sign Features

Sign Construction:
Sturdy, corrosion-resistant .040” aluminum, pre-drilled 5/16" holes in all 4 radius corners
Sign Finish:
White background finish on front and back. UV-stabilized outdoor inks. UV coating for additional protection
10" wide x 14" tall 15' ANSI readability distance
One year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Return the sign for product replacement or money back. (Contact RFSigns.com for return authorization.)

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RFSigns.com recommends that RF signs be used as part of a comprehensive occupational safety program, including:  hazard communications signage, a written hazard management policy, training, record-keeping, surveys and calculations and the availability of personal protective equipment (PPE) as needed.