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Does your marina, boat or yacht club have signs meeting code 555.24 designed to prevent Electric Shock Drowning?

Electric Shock Drowning near docks and in marinas is a serious issue that kills people and pets each year.  The Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Association (ESDPA) is a non-profit organization working to raise awareness and prevent drowning due to electric currents in the water from faulty electrical wiring on boats, docks or piers.

 

They recommend posting signs at hazardous locations to keep people and pets out of the water, and those signs are produced by Wrap City Graphics.  Many cities and states require these signs as well.  Please visit the ESDPA’s website for more information, and Download the Order Form to order these signs.

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