Equipment safety markings

Equipment safety markings. Danger, warning, caution, signs, labels, tags and markings should be used to warn of specific hazards such as voltage, current, thermal, or physical. The signs, labels, tags, and markings should be as permanent as the normal life expectancy of the equipment on which they are affixed.

Guards, barriers, access doors, covers or plates should be marked to indicate the hazard which may be present upon removal of such devices. When possible, marking should be located such that it is not removed when the barrier or access door is removed. Additionally, hazards internal to a unit should be marked adjacent to hazards if they are significantly different from those of surrounding items. Such a case would be a high voltage terminal in a group of low voltage devices. In many cases the requirements for warning signs may be dictated by the specifications the equipment chassis is designed to comply with.

ESD Signs Static Sensitive Labels page

Also refer to Label Manufacturers and other supplies

Equipment Rack Manufacturers
How To Specify a Equipment Chassis; section index

Use the section index to view the entire section on what to include in an equipment chassis, or what not to include.

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