Not even on page 1 yet and I have come across something interesting. All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER”, “WARNING” or “CAUTION”.
The manual goes on to define what DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION mean, and basically it is that a DANGER means I need to follow instructions immediately, or I will be killed or seriously injured, whereas WARNING simply means I need to follow instructions or I will be killed or seriously injured. CAUTION however could only result in “minor or moderate” injury.
Quick question, but does DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION adhere to these definitions on all the various warning signs we see, as if meeting some international standard?
And also… how exactly do I follow these instructions immediately when I see the DANGER warning when I’m just sitting here reading a manual!
And how long do I have after reading the WARNING alert before I have to act, since it evidently doesn’t need to be immediately, as if it were it would have been a DANGER.
Edit: After alerting me that all warning symbols will be followed with either DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION, I get to a warning symbol which explains precautions to avoid possible exposure to excessive microwave energy… and guess what? It didn’t classify whether it is a DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION. How worried should I be?