Properly label arc flash hazards in your facility.
Arc flashes and even other types of less serious electrical shocks can cause extremely serious injuries or even immediate death so letting people know where they could happen is essential for any facility.
Stay prepared for an emergency with visual wayfinding.
Ensure that workers, visitors, and first responders can navigate throughout the facility easily even if the power is down. Evacuation plans and preparations can be the difference between a close call and catastrophic incident.
Ensure your entire team understands visual communication.
Visual communication is key to an efficient and productive facility, but it only works if your workforce can understand the information being conveyed. Foreign language labeling ensures that the whole team is properly informed.
Keep your facility safe with forklift safety labeling.
Improve efficiency and productivity by allowing workers to lift heavy materials and cargo. These visual cues you can place in your facility to prevent forklift accidents.
Keep your machine operators safe with Lockout/Tagout.
Lockout/tagout violations are still among the top ten most frequently cited by OSHA. Keep your employees safe, improve productivity, and cut costs by implementing a Lockout/Tagout safety program.
Lend a hand to emergency responders.
With fire hazards being one of the biggest hazards to workplace safety, companies that comply with NFPA standards are easier to protect for emergency responders, which can further improve safety. By following the codes and standards developed by the NFPA, workers and first responders can easily navigate the emergency safely and efficiently.
Keep your team safe and your facility compliant.
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.
Learn how to properly label your photovoltaic systems.
For solar systems, it’s absolutely crucial that visual communication abide by NEC 2017 div 690, and IFC 2012. These signs must also adhere These energy systems have many components, and each different component requires labels that address appropriate hazard levels.
Keep your wires and cables organized and efficient.
Wire and cable management is crucial to protecting employees and visitors from electrocution, shock, and other energized hazards. Identifying and organizing cables and wires is crucial to electrical safety, and these wraps are legible and don’t wear easily.
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