Tagout tags have an important role in the utility industry, so they should be easy to understand and fill out. Below are 10 tips to consider when designing your Tagout … Continue Reading 10 Tips for Designing Effective Tagout Tags
By definition, tag-out tags are temporary warning devices, but sometimes they are required to remain in the field for months or in some cases an entire year in uncontrolled outdoor … Continue Reading Introducing the Electromark TagVault
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Electromark has been selling Metalphoto® into the electrical utility market space for over 15 years. Surprisingly, some confusion exists about what applications it suits, and where its’ unique features make … Continue Reading Where (and Why) You Should be Using Metalphoto®
Tagout rules regarding material strength requirements contained in OSHA 1910.269 have been debated by industry safety experts and those required to comply with these rules since their implementation. In a … Continue Reading What You Should Know About OSHA 1910.269 Tagout Rules
We’ve had a lot of experience fulfilling specs, advising how to write them and even authoring them ourselves. Over the years we have noticed a few things that make spec … Continue Reading 6 Ways to Simplify Specs for Signs, Tags and 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?