§ 39.327. Warning and danger signs.

 (a)  There shall be displayed in conspicuous places at unattended and unlocked entrances to electrical supply stations, substations, and testing rooms, containing exposed current-carrying parts or moving parts, permanent warning signs forbidding entrance to unauthorized persons.

 (b)  Suitable danger signs, shall be placed in supply stations, substations, switching towers, and testing rooms about equipment having exposed current-carrying parts above 750 volts.



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