Scafftag to Reveal New Designs for Equipment Tagging Range at Safety & Health Expo 2013

Scafftag will once again be exhibiting at this year’s Safety & Health Expo in May. Visitors to Stand I10, will be able to view the very latest in equipment tagging designed by Scafftag, all of which have been produced as a result of valuable customer feedback.

The products on display will include visual tagging solutions for working at height, plant, vehicles, machinery and tools, workspace control and process and pipelines. Improvements made to these tagging systems mean that they are now easier to follow, more room to record inspections and equipment information, more durable, and more visible, overall helping to make the latest equipment status clearly visible at the point of use.

As well as visual tagging, Scafftag’s Lockout Tagout range will be on Stand I10. The Lockout Tagout range is designed to prevent the accidental start-up of machinery, while the equipment is undergoing maintenance, or downtime.

The Lockout Tagout range will be demonstrated on the stand by the Scafftag team, with a particular phentermine 37.5 mg erowid focus on mechanical and electrical lockout. Visitors will get to see how the Lockout Tagout systems work and how effective they are in a live environment, from circuit breakers, to padlocks, to gate valve lockout.

Commenting on their attendance at this year’s Safety & Health Expo, Jonathan Edwin, Business Development Manager said: “We are very much looking forward to another year of exhibiting at the Safety & Health Expo. Everyone at Scafftag sees this as a great opportunity to meet new and existing customers, as well as the chance to showcase our new and improved products.”

Jonathan continued: “Scafftag is celebrating 30 years in business and Expo is an ideal platform for us to showcase the continued success and development of Scafftag products over 30 years. I am sure you won’t be disappointed by the variety of products and technology Scafftag can offer on Stand I10.”

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