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RF Notice Signs

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) adopted a standard that establishes the "Notice" signal word for use with locations where there is a potential to exceed public exposure limits. The "Caution" signal word remains associated with locations where the occupational limit could be exceeded. RFSigns.com offers two versions of the RF Safety Notice sign: one for generic information about the presence of transmitters (NOTICE: English & Bilingual), and one notifying visitors of the potential for exceeding the public exposure limit, NOTICE (Public).

Not sure what sign you need? Find more information about what sign you may need and where it should be placed in our Sign Placement guide.

Our ANSI compliant radio frequency safety signs are also available in a bilingual (English-Spanish/Español) versions.