Many facilities contain areas that are highly dangerous to enter. Whether employees cannot enter due to a confined space, hazardous waste, high voltage, or toxic vapors, it’s essential to implement a communications system that warns workers of the danger. “Do Not Enter” labels indicate the specific hazard and provide information on how to avoid the hazard, such as waiting until vapors have dissipated or waiting until lockout-tagout procedures are complete.
These labels are resistant to chemicals, water, and UV, and are made from a durable adhesive that can be easily removed without any mess. If there are restricted areas in your facility, make sure both workers and visitors understand the danger with “Do Not Enter” labels.