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Electrical Labels

For the protection of others, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.303 requires employers to mark electrical equipment with descriptive markings - Electrical Labels. Ensure equipment's voltage, current, wattage, or other ratings are displayed on Electrical Labels. Providing information about potential hazards is critical to keep employees safe when using electrical equipment.

Place Electrical Labels to provide arc flash ratings, electrical clearance, hazards, equipment - to name a few. Inform others about any and all dangers and protect them from serious injuries and electrocution. Use bold, OSHA and ANSI Electrical Labels to communicate safety information. Alert others about conduit ratings and voltages and keep them safe with Electrical Labels.