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Instructional Labels

Using safety labels to convey critical personal safety information can play an important role in helping people to avoid injury during the installation, operation, service and disposal of your equipment or machinery. This category of safety labels focuses on communicating procedures, instructions, and precautions that enable people to better avoid potential hazards.

Manufacturers can incorporate “Read Manual” and “Safety Instruction” labels on equipment in many different scenarios for heightened user guidance and safety. These labels are indispensable on equipment with intricate controls, serving as reminder to users to consult operating and safety manuals before operation, preventing accidents from misuse. Additionally, in hazardous environments, safety instruction labels offer imperative guidance on protective measures to minimize risks. For emergency equipment, these labels provide clear usage instructions, ensuring swift and effective responses during crises. In the medical field, safety instruction labels are pivotal for guiding healthcare professionals on proper use of equipment, keeping patient safe and providing accurate diagnostics.

Industrial vehicles benefit from instructional labels, informing operators about control systems and safety features to prevent accidents. Likewise, specialized machinery, such as CNC machines, should carry safety instructions for precise setup, operation, and maintenance. On construction sites, safety instruction labels on machinery offer vital guidance on safe practices, load limits, and potential hazards, helping to reduce the risk of accidents. Even in controlled environments like laboratories, "Read Manual" labels and related instructions provide crucial information for safe operations.

Clarion Safety offers a wide selection of safety labels that use internationally standardized symbols to indicate proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other instructional information for those who interact with your products during every phase of their lifespan. This includes safety instruction labels, refer to manual labels, lifting/weight hazard labels, PPE labels, and slip/trip/fall labels.

Explaining how to avoid hazards is often just as important as describing the nature of the hazard and the consequence of human interaction with the hazard. By placing both hazard description and hazard avoidance messages on your product, you’re essentially giving people the knowledge they need to understand potential hazards and the steps they must take to avoid equipment damaage and possible injury or death. Providing this comprehensive information can help people to avoid confusion and frustration, and help motivate their compliance with safety protocols.

Using safety labels to convey critical personal safety information can play an important role in helping people to avoid injury during the installation, operation, service and disposal of your equipment or machinery. This category of safety labels focuses on communicating procedures, instructions, and precautions that enable people to better avoid potential hazards.

Manufacturers can incorporate “Read Manual” and “Safety Instruction” labels on equipment in many different scenarios for heightened user guidance and safety. These labels are indispensable on equipment with intricate controls, serving as reminder to users to consult operating and safety manuals before operation, preventing accidents from misuse. Additionally, in hazardous environments, safety instruction labels offer imperative guidance on protective measures to minimize risks. For emergency equipment, these labels provide clear usage instructions, ensuring swift and effective responses during crises. In the medical field, safety instruction labels are pivotal for guiding healthcare professionals on proper use of equipment, keeping patient safe and providing accurate diagnostics.

Industrial vehicles benefit from instructional labels, informing operators about control systems and safety features to prevent accidents. Likewise, specialized machinery, such as CNC machines, should carry safety instructions for precise setup, operation, and maintenance. On construction sites, safety instruction labels on machinery offer vital guidance on safe practices, load limits, and potential hazards, helping to reduce the risk of accidents. Even in controlled environments like laboratories, "Read Manual" labels and related instructions provide crucial information for safe operations.

Clarion Safety offers a wide selection of safety labels that use internationally standardized symbols to indicate proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other instructional information for those who interact with your products during every phase of their lifespan. This includes safety instruction labels, refer to manual labels, lifting/weight hazard labels, PPE labels, and slip/trip/fall labels.

Explaining how to avoid hazards is often just as important as describing the nature of the hazard and the consequence of human interaction with the hazard. By placing both hazard description and hazard avoidance messages on your product, you’re essentially giving people the knowledge they need to understand potential hazards and the steps they must take to avoid equipment damaage and possible injury or death. Providing this comprehensive information can help people to avoid confusion and frustration, and help motivate their compliance with safety protocols.

  • Machine safety signs and labels play an essential part in risk reduction, and can help you meet OSHA requirements. It’s important to consider the latest ANSI and ISO standards and today’s best practices for safety communication and risk reduction when selecting labels for your application. You can rely on Clarion Safety’s ANSI, ISO, and OSHA warnings expertise for help. We specialize in supplying product manufacturers and workplaces with the most up-to-date, standards compliant labels. In fact, over the past 30+ years, we’ve helped to write the standards you want to meet.

    With Clarion Safety label products, you can select from a variety of label format options (multi-symbol and text, symbol only, symbol and text, and wordless formatted labels) as well as symbol options to best fit the potential hazard. Keep in mind that the use of symbols in warnings and instructions is essential to the ISO 3864-2 standards and is encouraged in the ANSI Z535.4 standards. Our labels use internationally recognized, standardized ISO 7010 or ISO 7010-styled symbols.

    Do you have questions on risk or hazard assessments? Our engineers at our subsidiary, Machine Safety Specialists (MSS), and our warnings experts at Clarion Safety can work independently, or with you and your team to ensure your machinery is effectively labeled and fully complies with U.S. and/or international standards. If you need assistance ensuring your products or machinery are properly labeled and fully compliant with the applicable U.S. and international safety standards, contact us today.

  • At Clarion Safety, we understand the importance of safety label durability. Labels need to stand up to your product’s expected environment, such as exposure to UV, high temperatures, or chemicals. Potential accidents – and your company’s liability exposure – depend on your label material choices. We offer the finest adhesives, base materials and overlaminates, including premium quality 3M materials.

    Our instructional safety labels have been developed and tested to withstand abrasive chemical washdowns, water, heat, and strong ultraviolet light. We have a variety of standard material options available, including options for both indoor and outdoor use. If the standard choices that you see don’t meet your requirements, we’re standing by to find a solution; we offer a wide range of custom material options.


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