Having displays that showcase dangerous tools, equipment, or areas helps to reduce the chance of workplace injuries. Maintaining protection for your staff and clients is important in making your members feel comfortable and secure while in your establishment. These electrical safety signs act as a simple method to display valuable information daily.
A 63mil thick aluminum material makes these signs durable and heavy-duty. The electrical hazard signs are rust-proof and resistant to corrosion and water. This means that the displays are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use as they hold up against inclement weather conditions.
Digital printing technology creates the visuals on the electrical safety signs. The excellent print resolution and sharp contrast ensure that the details are visible even from a distance. Vibrancy in the coloring helps attract the attention of those in the area to effectively communicate your important message.
Choose to customize the danger high voltage signs with the option to laminate. Laminating helps to further protect your signs from various types of damages. With the option to modify the signs, you are able to meet your unique branding requirements.
After a quick installation process, these signs are able to showcase your safety memo. The electrical hazard signs come with pre-made messages and images already in place so they are ready to use.
Get more for your money as the danger high voltage signs offer 10-year longevity. With a protective lamination and topcoat, the signs maintain their color and appearance against outdoor elements, scuffs, and scratches.
Order the electrical hazard signs with the choice of different delivery methods such as having them sent right to your doorstep. Choose shipping options that meet your time constraints or fit within your company budget.
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