In fast-paced, hazardous work environments, OSHA requires that companies use labels and signs that inform workers of dangers in ways that meet certain standards. OSHA labels will not only help keep your team safe, but also avoid the unpleasant consequences of OSHA violations.
OSHA labels contain the headings, signal words, and symbols needed to stay compliant. OSHA labels are available in formats that follow either ANSI 1967 or ANSI 2011 standards. Since both sets of regulations are OSHA compliant, you can select whichever format better meets your needs.
LabelSuite™ is equipped with easy-to-use heading tools to help you create OSHA-compliant headers. No need to worry about all the time-intensive design work. The LabelSuite™ heading tools come standard with accurate colors, signal words, and symbols.Learn more about LabelSuite™
Implementing a safety program requires lots of energy, time and money. Ordering pre-made labels can be time-consuming and costly, but there’s another way. Print your own labels in-house with a LabelTac® printer. Get the freedom to print exactly what you need with the included LabelSuite™ software, allowing you’ll be able to design the label you need in minutes.Shop all LabelTac® Printer Bundles
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This simple chart explains the meaning behind each of the colors commonly found on OSHA-mandated signs, making it quick and easy for employees to determine where hazards are located and how best to avoid accidents.
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