Avery Products, Australia’s leading manufacturer and supplier of labelling products, has introduced a range of heavy-duty sign and label products so businesses can provide safety messages in construction sites, warehouses, laboratories, offices and other facilities where human safety can be jeopardised.
According to Safe Work Australia, work-related injury and disease costs $61.8 billion to the Australian economy. So identifying risks in the workplace and providing adequate signage to mitigate those risks is the responsibility of every employer.
Businesses can now design and print safety labels and signs immediately in their own offices or wherever they have access to a laser printer, instead of having to wait long periods for professionally printed materials to arrive at sites where they are needed. When a dangerous situation occurs safety managers can take immediate steps to ensure their colleagues and workers are warned of any risks to their health and safety.
The Avery Industrial Label range combines durability, toughness and instant useability to warn workers of physical harm from dangerous construction zones, machinery, harsh environments, chemicals and other harmful scenarios.
They are water resistant, tear proof, tamper proof and extremely durable, so they can handle the harshest environments for as long as they are required.
Industrial Products Manager at Avery Products, Charlie Holmes, said that Avery put these labels through stringent durability tests so they can withstand the rigours of tough environments, rough handling and corrosive chemical sites much more effectively than paper labels and signs.
“Avery’s industrial and safety labels give businesses the chance to warn people immediately when a dangerous situation occurs or is discovered. These ultra-resistant labels are certified to BS5609, which means that they are saltwater resistant for three months, making them suitable for use in many different areas,” said Mr Holmes.
“There is nothing more important than protecting the safety and wellbeing of workers in their workplaces, and placing signs and labels where they’re needed is a quick and effective way to warn people of dangerous situations. Safety managers no longer have to wait days, or even weeks, for signs to be prepared for them and delivered. Now they can design and print their own signs and labels in minutes and put them to work to protect people from danger,” he said.
The Avery Industrial Range offer labels in a wide range of sizes and substrates to cover every situation and eventuality. They can be printed in minutes for free using Avery Design & Print software, available on the Avery website, so managers can have a sign or label ready to use almost instantly.
For more information on Avery Industrial Range, go to www.averyproducts.com.au/industrial-solutions
To learn more about the advantages of using the free Avery Design & Print software program, go to www.averyproducts.com.au/software/avery-design-print .