Labeling your facility is an important part of being OSHA
compliant. Safety Signs, Labels, or Accident Prevention Tags shall be used
where necessary to warn employees about electrical hazards, Many times,
inadequate safety labeling is not discovered until after a workplace injury has
occurred and the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been called in to do an accident
investigation. At that point, inadequate
labeling has already done its damage – someone has been injured and, if
revealed, the insufficient labeling can
be used to indicate a degree of company liability for the injury. The
use of proper labeling ensures safety and provides easier understanding of the
system when it’s time for upgrades and repairs.
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Electrical markers provide a visual information system designed to avoid
personal injury and property damage. Use to identify energized
electrical systems to enhance your workplace safety program. Label
conduit, cables, machinery and distribution panels.