Electrical Labels

Electrical Labels

Protect your workers
from electrical hazards.

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.

Free Electrical Panel E-Book

Free Electrical Panel E-Book

Keep your facility easy to navigate and OSHA compliant by proper electrical panel labeling.

LabelTac® 4, LabelTac® Pro X, and LabelTac® 9 are on sale through the end of May.

 

Electrical labeling made simple with LabelTac® printers.

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

The LabelTac® family of industrial label printers makes creating electrical safety labels easy, quick and hassle-free. With the included LabelSuite™ labeling software, visual communication has never been easier.

The software allows you to create OSHA compliant labels and signs in just a few clicks. Choose your OSHA header supply, add text and icon, and print. It's that easy!

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LabelTac Printer Bundle

LabelTac® Pro X OSHA Bundle

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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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ELECTRICAL PANEL LABELING GUIDE

Keep your facility easy to navigate and OSHA compliant by proper electrical panel labeling.

The FREE guide includes:

  • Discusses importance of labeling with regards to OSHA and NFPA compliance
  • Outlines electrical panel labeling best practices
  • Shows how to make your electrical panels more visible and easy to operate.
  • Suggests an easy-to-execute plan for improving labeling in your facility
 
 

Electrical Panel Labels in Action

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For more electrical labeling information, please visit the Electrical Safety Resource Center.

 

Questions about electrical safety regulations or products? We're here to help!

 
 

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