The owner, agent, lessee, bailee, user, or employer responsible for the operations
of equipment capable of coming in contact with a high-voltage line in the course of
its operation, shall post and maintain in plain view of the operator on each piece
of such equipment, an approved durable warning sign legible at a distance of 12 feet
reading “Unlawful to operate this equipment within 6 feet of high-voltage lines”. The owner, agent, lessee, bailee, user, or employer responsible for the operations
of equipment shall provide such other warning signs on equipment or at the work site
as may be required by regulations promulgated hereunder. The requirement that warning signs be posted shall not apply to railway equipment
operating on railway right-of-way in relation to high-voltage conductors of such railway
system under conditions for which exemption is granted under section 8 of this act.
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