OSHA, ISO, ANSI, and ID10Ts

As we can see in this comical drawing, OSHA has developed all of the equipment necessary to keep the operator safe. What is still missing? If you answered, the appropriate warning and hazard labels you would be correct.

Whether the product is used in a factory, home, or in the field there are always “accidents” waiting to happen. Most “accidents” are caused by operator error and thus the requirement that warning and hazard labels must be affixed to our products.

TPA knows that engineers and other technical staff rarely have the time to create and properly locate effective warning and hazard labels. At TPA we utilize the latest ANSI standards in the creation of product labels and descriptive icons for use on the product and in the manuals.

At TPA we can not only design the appropriate labels for you, but we can manufacture them in any quantity you so desire.

See full post here: TPA, Inc.2014-06-30.