When we speak about the durability of labels in a general way, that can mean a lot of things: long-lasting, tough, strong, adherent, or chemical, heat, abrasion, and wear resistant … Continue Reading What Characteristics are Important Towards the Durability of Your Labels?
Much of the equipment infrastructure in the electrical utility industry that needs to be locked out during service or repair work is a functioning component of a large, complex distribution … Continue Reading Are You Using the Correct Attachment Ties in Your Tagout Operations?
The ANSI Z535 Standard for safety signs, labels, tags, and barricade tapes contains nearly 300 pages of technical information in six sections; some of which are integral to the others, and … Continue Reading 5 Key Design Areas Safety Engineers Need to Know With Their ANSI Z535 Safety Signs
We’re all familiar with shelf life as it relates to perishable food items. For many perishables such as milk, meats, or bagged salad greens; a smell test or other visual … Continue Reading How Long Can I Store Labels Before They Go Bad?
It’s that time of year again – winter. With it I get reports of an all too familiar problem in the field: “My labels won’t stick!” These are the same labels you’ve always used … Continue Reading 5 Things You Should Know About Low Application Temperature Label Materials
I recently had the honor of being a presenter on the speaking program for the Electric Cities of Alabama Engineering and Operations Conference, held near Birmingham from 10/17-10/19. This opportunity … Continue Reading What’s the Code and Best Practice for Substation Safety Signage?