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Get Your Message Across with Custom Warning Labels and Tags
If your workplace, machinery, or product needs warning labels, then you’ve come to the right spot. Here are some things you can expect when you work with us:
- Material Options: From cost-effective glossy white paper to industrial strength films to attention-grabbing fluorescent and foil labels, we’ve got you covered.
- Durable: Materials that can withstand a variety of internal and external factors so your message doesn’t get lost.
- Customized: Whether you have simple or complex labeling requirements, our customization options can handle it.
For outdoor or indoor equipment, your warning labels will need to be printed on vinyl or polyester label stock with lamination because heat or abrasive substances can damage paper labels. Are you labeling hazardous chemicals? Check out our GHS labeling guide to learn more about hazardous chemical labels.
Adhering to Safety Standards
We’ve printed custom warning labels for a variety of purposes like marking hazardous materials, reminding employees of safety protocols, or alerting consumers of product risks. Given the many types of messages you could put on your labels, you may want to check out these organizations for information on warning label designs.
- International Organization for Standardization: An independent, non-governmental membership organization that provides “world-class specifications for products, services and systems, to ensure quality, safety and efficiency.”
- Occupational Safety & Health Administration: Part of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA was created to assure safe and healthful working conditions by “setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.”
- American National Standards Institute: A private non-profit organization that “oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards for products, services, processes, systems and personnel in the United States.” ANSI is the U.S. member body to ISO.