Safety Tags

Safety tags are required in many worksites and industrial environments to help protect workers from a variety of dangers. Lockout / tagout tags identify hazardous or potentially hazardous conditions or operations. Inspection tags keep track of equipment status and inspection dates. Blank tags allow workers to write in their own text to meet a specific situation. has an updated line of Safety Tags for all your needs, including:   
Electrical - Inspection - Ladder/Scaffolding - Cylinders - Forklifts - Machine Safety - NFPA - and more

We now offer new materials and pricing - as low as $0.55/tag in quantity. Choose from 3 materials to suit your application:

  • Poly Cardstock: Poly-based cardstock safety tags are economical, flexible and more durable than common paper cardstock tags. These waterproof, tear-resistant tags are good for indoor use and temporary outdoor exposure.
  • Plastic: Tear-resistant, plastic safety tags are a great choice for harsh environments. Durable against moisture, chemicals and abrasions, the surface is easy to write on.
  • Laminate: Laminated poly safety tags are ideal for tough, abusive conditions. They are tear-proof, chemical-resistant and waterproof.

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More about Safety Tags:

OSHA Standard 1910.147 addresses lockout / tagout procedures designed to control energy during service or maintenance, when an unexpected startup could cause injuries. According to the standard, tagout devices must strong enough to prevent accidental removal and also to withstand at least 50 lbs. of pulling without unlocking. Accident Prevention safety tags are used as temporary warnings to identify hazardous conditions or equipment that are unexpected or not readily apparent, such as defective tools or equipment. They are not a substitute for required accident prevention signs. As with other OSHA sign headers:

  • Danger tags indicate immediate hazards that could result in death or serious injury.
  • Caution tags are for minor hazard situations with lesser threats of injury.
  • Warning tags can be used for hazard levels between Danger and Caution.

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