Safety poster - Electrical safety:
Simply put, electricity is dangerous. As such, anyone working with or near electricity should be educated on how to properly prevent basic electrical safety hazards. Unfortunately, electricity can be conducted by human bodies.
When electricity runs through a human body, it can cause severe damage, unlike metals, which remain basically unaffected. When a human body conducts electricity, the experience can range from painful shock to fatality. Surprisingly, relatively small currents can have dramatic effects.
A relatively small flow of electricity (amps) at a standard voltage can cause a painful shock. For example, the amount of power that flows into a laptop can be enough.