Used to cool off the high-voltage equipment
(Don't try this one at home...)
Seriously, a few things that come to mind:
1. Surely the installation does not comply with the manufacturer's instructions.
2. The power cable would need to be supported in a way to prevent pinching in the metal
3. The power cable will be flexed every time the door is opened and closed.
4. Notice the rust stain (to the right of "E" in VOLTAGE). Water+Electricity+Metal=???
5. Only tall people who can reach the lock need apply to work there. (OK, I guess they don't use the door that
6. If there is a need to place a warning on the door:
a. It's not very useful now that they cut part of it away
b. When it was readable, was it compliant (ANSI warning sign standards, OSHA, etc?)
[This message has been edited by ThinkGood (edited 03-26-2003).]