Items Tagged with 'Facility safety'

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Powered stacker

The PowerStak Model PPS-3000-AS is a compact heavy-duty stacker that boasts a full 3,000 pounds of capacity with a 24-inch load center.
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Modular signaling series

The StreamLine Modular Series is a line of audible/visual devices with mix-and-match capabilities that allow users to create customized signaling solutions.
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Backup camera system

The Heated Backup Camera System with a color 7-inch waterproof multi-view LCD monitor for indoor and outdoor forklifts features a high-resolution, ultra-sharp digital display and LED-backlit panel.
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Drop zone caution tape

Ideal for worksites that need to block off specific areas due to falling objects, Squids 3601 Drops Zone Tape is available in 300- and 1,000-foot rolls and features a repeating “CAUTION: DROPS ZONE” message to prevent workers or bystanders from entering potentially dangerous areas.
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Safety gates

Two gate models – a single opening and a split unit – are available for industrial facilities, warehouses and factories to protect workers from falls.
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Dock-sealing system

When loading and unloading at docks, large gaps can present safety hazards. The Eclipse shelter dock-sealing system blocks light and seals gaps where previous enclosures have failed, guaranteeing the darkest, most environmentally secure dock possible.
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Stainless steel tags

Available in 304 and 316 stainless steel, these high-performance tags are designed to provide long-lasting and durable identification.
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Explosion-proof work light

The 150-watt class 2 division 1 explosion-proof LED light can illuminate up to 10,000 square feet of work space and features a convenient pedestal mount base stand for easy handling and operation.
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Signs and label clarification

Can you clarify the differences between the previous OSHA sign standard and the recently updated OSHA sign standard that incorporates ANSI Z535?
Can you clarify the differences between the previous OSHA sign standard and the recently updated OSHA sign standard that incorporates ANSI Z535?
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