The NFPA 704 Diamond Explained

Infographic for explaining the NFPA 704 diamond

The distinct red, blue yellow, and white diamonds affixed to semi-trucks and chemical containers are one of the most identifiable warning signs—but what does it mean? Each color on the NFPA diamond represents a different type of hazard: blue for health hazards, red for flammability, yellow for instability, and white for special notes. The NFPA

6 Reasons You Should Stop Buying Labels from a Catalog

Catalogs have long been a staple for safety managers. Flipping through the pages and filling out order forms for labels and signs is a common practice, but it may be costing you. Having an industrial label printer on site is an ideal solution to the complicated (and often faulty) process of ordering labels. It gives

Pipe Marking 101: Why is Pipe Marking Important?

Have you thought about the pipes in your facility lately? Or the labels on them? All the different components of pipe marking can get confusing. It is important however, for safety and efficiency to keep the pipes in your facility properly labeled. Those working on or around pipes should be able to quickly identify the

5 Steps for Pipe Label Compliance

Is your facility prepared for pipe marking season? Springtime, also known as pipe marking season, presents a great opportunity for reviewing and refreshing your current pipe labeling strategy. Having the pipes in your facility can really improve safety by easily communication the contents of a pipe those working on or around pipes. This can alert