- Vital signs for electrical working environments
- Conform to current EU and UK legislation around safety signage
- Clear message in yellow and black with symbol for added clarity.
There are certain situations where electrical signage must be available for your staff and visitors to see; if signs are not available to warn of these dangers, businesses risk falling foul of the government's guidelines, which can lead to serious consequences. These danger of live busbars signs convey a very specific message that is often required on electrical sites such as those containing power generators, those with electricity poles and at power stations. The live busbar signs can be placed next to the danger areas so that people are aware of their presence at all times; just select the self-adhesive option for application onto surfaces that are smooth and dry, or select the non-adhesive alternative for irregular surfaces such as fences or poles – you can then use cable ties to fix the signs into place.
The busbar warning signs, which can be placed next to live bars, display a clear message to all those in its vicinity. The signs use a mandatory black and yellow colouring – shades that are instantly recognisable and associated with danger and hazards. The signs also come with a standard warning triangle, which contains a picture representing an electrical hazard. These signs are ideal for permanent use as they will maintain a strong hold once in position. The durable materials of the signs also ensures that they will not be damaged should they come into contact with water or chemicals. Your signs are also resistant to peeling and tampering – so you can carry on getting use out of your signs for years to come.
All of our danger signs are made to conform with the regulations laid out by the UK Government where applicable. We have more than 90 different types of signs on offer – so find the messages to correspond to your environment today.
Our electrical signs are essential health and safety measures for those working near electricity and conform to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines.