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Electrical Signs

Electrical signs must be used in certain situations in order to comply with government guidelines. For example, the department for business, energy and industrial strategy stipulates that electrical safety and warning signs must be used on all electrical distribution equipment, including substations and electricity poles.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines on working near electricity also advise the use of electrical signs in order to avoid any unnecessary accidents or injuries. Electricity can of course be highly dangerous, but if you follow this advice then hopefully no harm should come to you, your employees or members of the public when near potentially harmful apparatus.

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Buying Guide

Safetyshop offers a wide selection of electrical signs, ranging from the general to the specific. If you are looking for a simple, clear warning sign, you cannot go wrong with a danger electric shock sign or even simpler electricity symbol sign. These signs provide an unambiguous, easily-understandable warning. If you are looking for more specific electrical signs, try those that include voltage information, such as the 240 volts sign, 400 volts sign or 6,600 volts sign.

Health and safety at work as well as in community spaces is of the utmost importance. Whether you are working on a construction site, in a warehouse or in an office, if there is a chance of causing electric shock then it is best to invest in electrical signs in order to warn workers and the public alike of the risks.

If you are unsure of how to properly make your workplace safe, then follow the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines on electrical safety. For many employers, the first port of call will be their local authority, who work closely with the HSE to ensure all workplaces are safe for employees. If you are in need of any further help when it comes to picking the right electrical signs for your workplace, do not hesitate to contact Safetyshop, and we will do all we can to point you in the right direction.

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