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Inspection Tags

Use inspection tags to check status of products, equipment, and machinery

Attach inspection tags to machines and equipment that need checking. Regular inspections are critical to the safety of your workers. Make sure these devices are safe to use and is working properly. Maintaining equipment such as fire extinguishers and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is easy with proper recording of inspection dates. Use safety tags to note when the last inspection occurred to keep these vital machines in working order, ready for fire and medical emergencies.

Equipment inspection tags come in a variety of materials from simple cardstock to a more durable aluminum. Choose the tags best suited to your facility.

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Inspection Tags

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20 Products

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Why do you need inspection tags?

Regular inspections of equipment and machinery are essential in maintaining smooth workflow processes. Once machinery breaks down without warning, production is halted and the delays could cause a company millions of dollars. On the other hand, if inspectors spot early warning signs like small wear and tears, the inspector can schedule the machine for repairs and arrange for a replacement in the meantime.

Equipment inspection tags are also important in safety equipments such as the fire extinguisher tags. It helps in ensuring the facility has functioning fire extinguishers in case of emergencies. The tag records the last inspection date through conveniently punched holes. For common equipment and general inspection, choose from the various safety inspection tags with an assortment of wording and headers such as Danger and Property Identification.

What materials and options are available?

Seton Canada offers safety tags in various materials like cardstock and PVC plastic. Select the right tag for the right purpose. Obviously, PVC plastics are much more durable and can withstand the outdoors. Cardstock materials on the other hand, is more economical but can only be used indoors. The best tag to use in extreme environments would be the metal tags made from .20 aluminum sheet. The tags are guaranteed to be fade-resistant and tear-proof.

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