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LabelTac® Pro X OSHA Bundle

Everything you’ll need to start printing OSHA compliant safety labels. This labeling bundle simplifies your facility labeling and delivers long-lasting signs and labels that are UV, water, and chemical resistant.

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A guide to marking your facility according to OSHA and ANSI requirements.

The FREE guide includes:

  • Why it’s worth investing in updated signs
  • What your signs need to look like (including headers, color, messages, & symbols)
  • Important tips for formatting and posting your signs
  • Methods for obtaining signs without spending a ton of money

Barcode labeling made simple with LabelTac® printers.

Print your own durable, indoor/outdoor labels in-house.

Creating a barcoding program can sound unnerving, but with LabelSuite™ labeling software, the intuitive, label-making software, that job is easy and hassle-free.

The software allows you to import .CSV files so you avoid having to manually input information for each label. Simply load your Excel sheet and print. It couldn't be easier.

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Free OSHA Label Samples

See how quick and easy it is to become OSHA compliant with LabelTac® labels.

Staying in compliance with OSHA by correctly labeling your facility is essential to not only avoid fines, but more importantly, to keep your employees safe. OSHA compliant labeling allows you to create an environment with clear visual guidance for your employees. If you would like to test out our high-quality and durable labels, we'd be happy to send you a box of samples that are pre-printed with OSHA-compliant headers and more. You'll be able to test signage in your facility and see how easy it is to adhere to regulations.

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