Sign labels that can be printed with laser or ink jet printers in minutes and removed cleanly from most surfaces serve to notify, instruct, and even protect personnel in just about every area in a facility
August 2, 2018
Throughout industrial plants and warehouses, signs are posted virtually everywhere from the production floor and inside the warehouse to staff offices, conference rooms and even the break room. In most facilities, there is virtually no room or area spared from these notifications, instructions or warnings, whether informal or mandated by law.
For building and facility owners or managers striving to meet fire and safety codes, new “dual technology” exit signs are combining the efficiency of LED lighting with revolutionary new photoluminescent materials to increase reliability and performance over decades of use.
The all-new DuraLabel Kodiak expands the possibilities of on-site, on-demand sign and label printing. Kodiak offers built-in design software, multi-color printing, and finished signs up to 10 inches wide and nearly 8 feet long.
The dark, misty highway made the digital boards hard to ignore. They are also visible from a greater distance. You notice them sooner. Which of course is the point of outdoor advertising. But I thought, this seems like another form of distracted driving.
A Passaic, New Jersey warehouse operator was cited earlier this month for two dozen safety violations, including failure to have a written hazard assessment and a hazard communication program (including material safety data sheets), a lack of training for employees required to handle hazardous chemicals, fall hazards, inadequate exit signage, lack of machine guarding, electrical hazards, and a failure to provide eyewash facilities.
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.
In June, check out Brady on Facebook and LinkedIn for safety updates and content pieces
June 1, 2015
Brady (NYSE:BRC), a global leader in product and facility identification solutions, today announced that it will participate in National Safety Month with a social media campaign throughout June. The campaign will include a variety of posts on both the Brady North America on Facebook and Brady Corporation on LinkedIn, including stats and content pieces around safety hot topics.
Among the articles in the October 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we answer questions on dangerous dusts, discuss respiratory protection programs and the risks and benefits of smoke tubes, and learn how to get creative with training programs.