Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Use Warning Labels for machinery hazards; in practice, most labels you see around guarded equipment use the Warning Header. If you have a situation when your equipment is not
guarded, use a Danger Label.
Warning should not be used for hazards that only cause equipment or property damage. Warning labels are used for personal injury risk. Typical uses are for moving parts, crush and pinch hazards, flying debris and arc flash hazards.