that'll learn ya.
As one who has recently suffered a three-day hospital stay as a result of an intimate encounter with 220 V three-phase, I heartily support the use of an additional financial penalty so as to insure just that much more caution.
$200 seems a bit low to me, though...
What, do they sue your estate, or just hope that you survive (albeit a bit charred) so they can charge you? Also if you touch it (even without the financial warning) maybe its just darwin in action.
hehe, thanks, that made my day.
"Hey! Who put this ticket in Dave's coffin?"
I guess if the deceased can't pay they can always empty the coffin and sell it. (Do y'suppose the ticket would say "instant death violation"?)
In a similar vein, there's the "famous" sign at Grand Targhee:http://myweb.cableone.net/jpat20/Tetoncam%20Photo%20Album/slides/P1010005.html
Best choice of track yet :)
Wait, is the $200 fine for dying, or touching the wires?
It's the clean-up fee.
Speaking of fun signs:
I think the fine might be associated with failure to follow mandated lock-down tag-out procedure. The phone guy at $FORMER_EMPLOYER was formerly in the maintenance department, where he gained a nickname: Sparky. He'd failed to follow lock-down, tag-out once... and woke up about fifteen minutes later, across the room, on a shipping skid.