Electricity is everywhere in the workplace, and electrical safety is extremely important. Fires, explosions, and fatal accidents may occur without the proper precautions. Make sure your workers are safe by labeling electrical equipment and adhering to regulations. These labels are compliant with NFPA and OSHA safety standards, and they effectively communicate important messaging. They also properly warn workers of hazards and power sources, and encourage proper lockout/tagout procedures.
LabelSuite™ software is easy to use and provides you with everything you need to correctly mark the equipment in your facility. LabelSuite™’s large content library offers templates that help you efficiently create Electricallabels.Learn more about LabelSuite™
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An introduction to arc flash and how to correctly label your energized equipment. Along with clear labeling guidelines, it also provides insight into NFPA 70E standards and minimal label requirements.
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Since electricity is so omnipresent in the modern workplace, it’s easy to forget the dangers energized environments can pose to workers. Electrical labels visually communicate important messaging regarding electricity safety. These labels are essential to keeping workers safe and staying in compliance with safety standards like NFPA 70E.
Electrical labels come in a variety of sizes, colors, shapes, and messaging options. They can come with OSHA-compliant headings, signal words, and symbols. Labels are built with strong adhesive backing for high durability, and they can be removed without leaving behind sticky residue.
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