Finding the Ideal LabelTac Tape

The LabelTac printer series gives you the opportunity to create custom and professional labels for your workplace, and LabelTac tape is an excellent add-on. Whether you’re in the market for more durable labels that can withstand the elements, looking for pre-printed labels you can customize, labels with special adhesives, or anything in between, LabelTac tape,

Why You Need Asset Tags

Inefficient asset management and tracking could be costing your facility more than it should. If your company has machinery, computers, technology, or any other items considered as fixed or movable assets, it’s crucial to have an effective asset tracking system with durable asset tags. Inventory management and control is often a costly but streamlining the

Wire Color Codes: Neutral Wire

Neutral Wire Color vs Grounding Wire In industrial and manufacturing facilities, electricity is running from each corner and is in nearly every aspect of what workers do. A malfunction or confusion over wire color codes could unleash the serious dangers of electricity. Having a complete understanding of different wires and functions is imperative for your

Hearing Protection

How much noise or sound can your ears take? The sense of hearing and the organ in itself can only take so much. Occupational deafness has become common in many industries in recent decades because of the lack of measures to protect the ears. Like other senses, hearing has limitations that must be acknowledged by

Safe Driving Impacts Your Business

Did you know motor vehicle-related accidents are the leading cause of workplace fatalities in the U.S.? In 2012, they accounted for more than 40 percent of workplace deaths, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Because the most work-related fatalities happen in vehicles, the greatest risk many workers face during the day is getting behind the

Agricultural Safety Practices

Photo: Hans Pennink/FEMA Farm work can be dangerous work. In 2012, 374 work-related fatalities occurred on farms, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), which means the industry has a fatality rate significantly higher than most other industries. Additionally, approximately 167 farm workers experience lost-time injuries daily. Many farms do not fall

Earthquake Safety for the Workplace

On August 24th, a magnitude-6.0 earthquake hit Napa Valley, Calif., injuring more than 100 people and causing as much as $1 billion in economic losses, according to The New York Times. This earthquake occurred in the middle of the night when the majority of area residents were in bed, but what would happen if an