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The #WorkSafe Video Series: HazCom 2012 Label Supply

By Jordy Byrd

Graphic Products has launched the ninth feature in The WorkSafe Video Series, a new video project which addresses safety best practices and product applications for floor marking, lockout/tagout, lean manufacturing, chemical spills, and OSHA's general safety standards.

The video examines DuraLabel HazCom 2012 Label Supply. The OSHA compliant label stock is used to properly label hazardous materials, like workplace chemicals. These rolls are preprinted with one to five diamonds and the stock is a durable 2 mil polyester that withstands tough outdoor conditions.

Use DuraSuite Labeling Software— which includes a database of over 1,500 chemicals — to populate the labels with pictograms, hazard and precautionary statements. Whether labeling a small container, or 55 gallon drum – Graphic Products has you covered. Request a free label sample or call today.

 

Each short segment in The WorkSafe Video Series is hosted by Graphic Products spokesperson Garrett Courtney. The series highlights the benefits of a particular product or safety solution and its workplace applications. Examples include vinyl labels used for arc flash communication and lockout/tagout tags used on energized equipment.

The video series is available online at the Graphic Products YouTube Channel. Subscribe to the YouTube channel for an extensive playlist of complimentary webinars, industrial safety tutorials, and safety resources. For more information about HazCom 2012, OSHA's adoption of globally recognized chemical lableing requirements, request our free HazCom 2012 Guide.

About Graphic Products

Graphic Products is an innovative leader, providing solutions for safety and visual communication since 1970. The company's full line of safety products, services, and DuraLabel line of industrial label printers are designed for the modern workforce. Graphic Products leads the industry with safety training materials, educational resources, and up-to-date news and compliance information on topics like arc flash, chemical labeling, and pipe marking.

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