Create a Safer Work Environment by Printing Up-to-Code Safety Labels for Your Ann Arbor Business!
Do you have large machinery, chemicals, or fire equipment on site? Stay up to code with proper safety labels for your Ann Arbor area business!
We’ll help you stay up to code!
Do you own a business that needs updated labels? Are you opening a new location that needs to start over from scratch with fresh new safety labels? Contractors, plumbers, construction companies, auto body shops and many other industries use safety labels in just about every area of their work. It’s important to know which labels you need and how you can get them produced.
Safety labels play a crucial role in preventing bodily injury, equipment damage, and even lawsuits for your company. Make sure you have the right labels in the right places:
Make Sure You Have Proper Safety Labels for ALL Machines
Safety labels should be prominently displayed on any heavy equipment or machinery. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) says, “safety labels should include a pictogram and a signal word, such as:
- CAUTION (minor or moderate injury could occur - should appear in yellow)
- WARNING (death or serious injury could occur - should appear in orange)
- DANGER (death or serious injury WILL occur - should appear in red)”
Below, or to the side of the pictogram, should be a brief description of the nature of the hazard, consequences of the hazard, and how to avoid the hazard.
Safety Labels for Ann Arbor Area Facilities
Around your workplace, safety labels are needed to remind employees about basic safety measures. You see these often and might not realize it - “keep this door closed”, and “employees must wash hands before returning to work” are examples.
Generally, these labels should include a pictogram and a signal word, along with a brief description of the required action.
Safety Labels for Hazardous Chemicals
OSHA, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires that all hazardous chemical labels include:
- Signal word (CAUTION, WARNING, or DANGER)
- Product identification
- Brief description of the nature of the hazard, consequences of the hazard, and how to avoid or minimize the effects of the hazard
- Name, address, and telephone number of the chemical manufacturer
Other places that should have safety labels are entrance and exit signs above doorways, labels on fire extinguishers, and any fire safety exits should have red labels.
Michigan Computer Supplies Makes it Easy to Print Safety Labels for Your Ann Arbor Business!
We want to help you keep your workplace safe for you and your employees. We can supply your business with a MAX Bepop brand sign and label creating system to help you conveniently print safety labels that are up to code and compliant with OSHA and ANSI standards.
Meet your sign and label needs in real-time, by printing and cutting combinations of photos, illustrations, and text all on the same 8-inch wide vinyl!
Get your business ready for any inspections with compliant safety labels! Call one of our technicians today to find out more about how this solution can work for you. Contact Us or give us a call - 734-213-5400 today!