Graphic outlines safety requirements set by NFPA 70E Standards
January 26, 2016
Know your limits. One step too close to an energized piece of equipment may cause burns that char deep into your flesh and blisters that reach beyond the second layer of your skin. In the event of an arc flash, personal protective equipment (PPE) is your last line of defense. But knowing your boundary limits just might save your skin.
New Safety Compliance Analysis service provides on-site evaluation and training
October 2, 2015
Safety is no accident. Even the most well-developed safety cultures are not without flaws. Gain professional perspective on industrial hazards and educate workers with Compliance Assessment Services, an on-site training, consultation, and evaluation program launched by Graphic Products.
Cold-laminate technology eliminates fumes, motor noise
September 8, 2015
Safeguard messages that matter most with Rhino, a new large-format laminator by Graphic Products. Rhino uses cold-laminate technology to protect and preserve documents like facility audit maps, name badges, and even classroom posters and banners.
Easy-to-use chart reflects new NFPA 70E industry standards
August 11, 2015
You’ve heard it before: personal protective equipment (PPE) is the last line of defense. When you’re standing face-to-face with an electrical fire, or a vaporizing arc flash that can happen in the blink of an eye, your gear is a lifeline. It can make the difference between getting home safe, and being sent home in a wooden box.
Software used to create HazCom, GHS, arc flash labels and more
July 8, 2015
The industrial workforce is ever evolving. To meet the safety and visual communication needs of customers like NASA, Toyota, and Exxon Mobile, Graphic Products has created innovative labeling and sign technology.
Graphic Products has released a new line of ladder shrink tube, streamlining wire and cable wrapping in the industrial workforce. The cable markers come in five sizes and can easily slip over the end of wires or tubes, and shrink tight with the application of a heat gun.
An estimated 120 lives are saved and 50,000 injuries prevented each year by complying with OSHA lockout/tagout standards, according to the OSHA Fact Sheet on Lockout/Tagout, from the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 2002.
To dispel confusion over the changing GHS standards and provide handy reference to those in the industry, Graphic Products, Inc. released a GHS infographic which may be printed and used as a wall chart or posted and shared on websites or forums.
Among the articles in the January 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we review the most violated OSHA standards, Part 2 of Larry Wilson's 'Rethinking Traditional Safety' column series, insight from safety experts, and much more.