Clear, simple on-site information is vital for daily work, and even more so in an emergency.
Guidance labels so workers know what anchor points to connect to, make for precise and easy-to-follow rescue and evacuation procedures that are proven to work in the real world.
Anchor points are all over the place. They are used for all manner of things. Pick the wrong one and bad things happen - and yet the labels are often vague about what you can use an anchor point for, tiny and hard-to-read, or are missing completely.
- Labels are supplied as sheets.
- Each sheet contains either 2x, 3x, or 6x identical pre-cut labels (depending on label size).
- Each sheet is A4+ (approx 225 x 336mm) size.
Sold by special order in batches, only. Minimum order 100 sheets.
Please contact us to quote/order at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you lift two people during a rescue? Is it OK to use it for lifting tools? Does an anchor that's painted red mean something, or was the red paint cheaper? Your workers will know for certain, instantly.
- Printed on marine-grade polymer
- identify all the permitted uses for each anchor point, from a distance, in bad lighting,
- associate them by number to your emergency procedures or method statements.
- Augment the inspection tags,
- can also be applied to anchor points that are not 'installed' - such as a structural beam - which normally have nothing to identify them.
- Workers who have never visited the site before will know instantly what they can and cannot do.
- Each label has write-on areas for the essential information -
- Proprietary polymers can be written on with marker pens and the writing will not fade - even in an offshore environment.
- Information can be pre-printed on request, including sequential numbering.