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Bilingual ANSI Danger Safety Label: Hazardous Voltage - Will Shock, Burn Or Cause Death (Mr. Ouch)


Graphic label details the dangers of a high voltage area in both English and Spanish.

  • Bilingual signs help protect all your workers
  • Bilingual label ensures that all are adequately warned of the dangers of high voltage danger in an area
  • Adhesive Dura-Vinyl™ material is ideal for indoor and outdoor application and carries a 5 year guarantee
  • Features Mr. Ouch graphic
  • Newer ANSI-style signs and labels are gaining in popularity and are recognized by OSHA as an acceptable safety notification device
  • Danger header indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury


4 1/2" x 10 5/8"
Adhesive Dura-Vinyl
See All Options in Grid Format
$7.17 / Each
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