3. Provide accurate safety instructions
Generic tags have generic wording. The likelihood is that your workplace has its own unique set of safety challenges. With off-the-shelf Tags, these dangers aren’t going to be properly managed. The common result is that they’re more often ignored by workers as they don’t see any point in them. They’re an effort to use and appear to be an unnecessary H&S formality. Customising the Tag makes it easy to follow as it’s clear how it relates to the application it’s assigned to.
4. Improve your corporate image
Putting your logo on safety tags sends a powerful message to your employees that you care about safety. After all, these Tags are proof that you’ve taken the time to care for the wellbeing of your staff, not just simply to comply with regulations. Custom tags also give you the option to use your company colours and fonts to keep a consistent branding right across a site. You could include your own company-specific terminology or acronyms, and these can be incorporated into a customised tag.
5. Customised to fit your procedures
Perhaps the best reason to opt for customising your tags is to increase their efficiency when in use. No doubt you have many existing company procedures in place to ensure safe and effective processes are carried out. On complex sites such as refineries or chemical manufacturing plants, these are safety critical processes, and they must be followed.
With custom tags, you can specify the exact design you need to ensure they are totally relevant to their application. Multi-part tags, such as Flange Tags, can also act like a step-by-step checklist for workers, to ensure they complete each stage of a process accurately and efficiently.