No, the exceed OSHA requirements. One example would be that each tag as a ⅜ hole used for mounting the tag. We reinforce our tags with a metal grommet around the hold that well exceeds the 50 pound pull strength required by OSHA. If you’re going to unjust rip one of our tags off of a piece of machinery, then you better start hitting the gym today.
Well, that depends if you had the foresight to write in pencil. If so, then yes. If you wrote in pencil then you can simply erase the markings for repeated use. Meanwhile, the hard durable PVC will retain whatever pen, pencil, or marker notations you make on the tag.
QAbsolutely! After all, you likely paid some graphic design or marketing firm big bucks to come up with that logo or branding. So why not slap it on everything you can and get your money’s worth. You can add your company’s logo or even just customize your tags with special wording.
:Right here in the United States of America. That’s not just because we pride ourselves on protecting the great American worker. Rather, to protect the great American worker we have to be sure that no steps were skipped in the process with cheap labor or materials. We protect your worker like they were one of our very own!