The PHI 5600 is designed and manufactured in compliance with accepted worldwide practices and standards to provide protection against electrical and mechanical hazards for the operator and the area surrounding the product. All PHI products are designed and intended for professional use only, by skilled “operators” for their intended purpose and according to all of the instructions, safety notices, and warnings provide by PHI.
Those instructions, notices, and warnings assume that an “operator” will not employ any tool when using PHI products. They further assume that all operators clearly understand that use of PHI products in any manner not specified by PHI may impair the protection provided by the products and expose them to hazards. A “technician” is a qualified servicing individual who:
The safety symbols that PHI uses are defined in the following pages.* To reduce or eliminate hazards, technicians and operators of this equipment must fully understand these symbols.
PHI’s products are installed with international-style or ANSI-style safety notices, according to site requirements. International notices are symbols within triangles (alerts) or circles (mandatory actions). PHI’s ANSI-style safety notices contain:
The three signal words are defined as follows:
CONTACT: Jorge A. López (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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