OSHA defines a Tag as a device made of card, paper, pasteboard, plastic or other material used to identify a hazardous condition. OSHA’s standard 1910.145(a)(1) specifies that tags should be used to prevent accidental injury or illness to employees who are exposed to hazardous or potentially hazardous conditions, equipment or operations which are out of the ordinary, unexpected or not readily apparent.
User-friendly site provides information and examples on Brady’s visual workplace services
March 5, 2014
Brady (NYSE:BRC), a global leader in industrial and safety printing systems and solutions, today announced the launch of its Client Services website, BradyClientServices.com. The new website is tailored to meet the needs of customers by providing additional information and previews of Brady’s visual workplace services and software products.
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Clarion Safety Systems, a longstanding leader in advancing best practices in visual safety communication, announced today that its efforts to promote the use of industry best practices related to safety signs, colors and tags to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has resulted in the agency issuing a Direct Final Rule (DFR) on a proposed update to its regulations on signage.
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August 23, 2013
As a safety speaker, I have the opportunity to visit many different work locations each year. Fortunately, my clients have me back year after year to do an entirely different presentation so I become familiar with their location. The challenge is the first visit.