Graphic Products, Inc. will host Site Sign and Label Master-planning, a free webinar for facility managers, safety managers, operations managers, safety supervisors and other safety professionals on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 10 am Pacific time/1 pm Eastern Time.
Conducted by product manager Jim Bocci, the 30-minute webinar will address strategies, ideas, and insight for site wayfinding. Bocci will also suggest critical messaging for facility visitors, and provide an overview of DuraLabel sign and label systems manufactured by Graphic Products, a pioneer in the development of industrial, custom label-making technology. For more information and to register, visit duralabel.com/webinars.
At this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Draft a label master plan for your facility
- Place signs and labels where they make the greatest impact
- Create signs and labels for maximum color and contrast
- Use logos, sign shapes, fonts, and colors to build your company’s brand
- Target and tailor opportunities to build powerful visual cues for gateways, monuments, and safe vehicle and pedestrian traffic
As part of an ongoing campaign to educate facility managers worldwide, Graphic Products has developed a growing library of webinars focusing on timely topics including the globally harmonized system of classifying and labeling chemicals (GHS), new standards for arc flash labeling, best practices for floor and pipe marking, 5S standards for manufacturing (sort, set in order, shine, standardize, sustain) and the specific visual communications needs of mines in remote areas.
To meet the specific labeling demands of facility managers, Graphic Products and DuraLabel continues to innovate by releasing new labeling systems and supplies to the marketplace. Lobo, the newest labeling system, is part of the growing trend of “grab-and-go” laptop-sized label printers. Featuring an easy-to-use snap-in cartridge, Lobo may be loaded with color vinyl as well as self-laminating wire wraps, metal-detectable tape, oily surface tape, and many other supplies. Users may access a library of more than 1,300 symbols, pictograms, and basic design templates. Lobo features a 3.5" color screen and a full-sized keyboard. The optional rechargeable battery provides more than three hours of continuous printing. No network connectivity is required.
Graphic Products provides same-day shipping to meet just-in-time delivery requirements. The company counts Amazon, Boeing, DuPont, Intel and Toyota among its global customer base. International distributors include Complied in Australia, Rebo Systems in the Netherlands and Aspercon in South Africa.