Here at Label Source, we not only supply a huge selection of printed labels, but also stock a wide range of writable labels too! These allow company details and notes to be added by hand, providing you with the freedom to alter and customise your labels as and when required.
Here are just some of the writable labels we are able to provide here at Label Source:
Jumbo Write and Seal Labels
These writable labels are self laminating, making them easy to customise and protect in just a few easy steps. Not only are they resistant to damage from abrasions and chemicals, they are also water and weatherproof, making them ideal for use in a variety of environments.
Uses for these labels include:
- PAT & Electrical Testing
- Equipment Numbering
- Maintenance & Servicing
- Quality Assurance
- Calibration & Safety Checks
Equipment Marking Labels
If you're looking to keep a clear visual record of your equipment inspections and safety checks, our choice of inspection and status labels are ideal! While some of these labels are for general use with a variety of items, we also supply labels for specific use with certain equipment, such as the fire extinguisher label above.
These can provide information on:
Stock Control Labels
In addition to our range of testing and safety labels, we also have a great selection of warehouse and shipping labels, which can be used in order to efficiently manage stock operations. Thanks to the fact that these writable labels are made with self-adhesive vinyl, they can also be easily applied, and are able to withstand the demands of almost any environment.
These can be used for a number of applications, including:
- Stock checks
- Dispatch & Distribution
To see more of our writable labels, head to our homepage here to view our full selection.
An Argos store in Plymouth has reopened after health and safety chiefs shut it down following the discovery of asbestos. The Argos store, as well as a construction site next-door were both closed suddenly after the Health and Safety Executive discovered the asbestos. The construction site - a former Derry's department store, which is currently being converted into student flats - was where the asbestos was found, and Argos was closed as a safety precaution.
The Argos store was closed for a week, and work had stopped on the construction site as a precaution in case there were any airborne asbestos fibres. After extensive monitoring, all areas of the site was cleared and wok recommenced on Monday (20th February), and the Argos store re-opened the next day (Tuesday).
Asbestos is a natural fibrous rock that was widely used within buildings until 1999. It was widely used from the 1950s to the mid-1980s, due to it being a good insulator and having good fire protection properties. You will find asbestos in buildings built before the year 2000. Asbestos materials present a risk to your health when the fibres become airborne. This will happen if you cut, drill or break materials containing asbestos. It's the biggest occupational disease risk to construction workers; and therefore, safety precautions need to be put in place.
Safety signs and labels need to be put in place to warn workers of the presence of asbestos and that suitable safety precautions are made. Here at Label Source we stock an excellent range of Asbestos Safety Warning Labels and Signs to ensure your workers are aware of the substance, reducing the risk to their health and safety. If you wish to view our range of Asbestos safety labels and signs please click here.
We have an excellent selection of Hazard Warning Diamonds to allow you to safely mark hazardous substances when they're in storage or during transport. These diamond shaped labels can be used to on hazardous substances and goods, such as flammable materials, compressed gases, explosive hazards, toxic substances, corrosive chemicals and many more!
Here are some of the Hazard Warning Diamonds we have to offer:
Self Adhesive Hazard Warning Diamonds
The most common and well-recognised product in our range is our large selection of Self-Adhesive Hazard Warning Diamonds. These warning labels are made from self-adhesive vinyl and are available in a range of different sizes to meet your specific requirements. These Hazchem labels are produced to BS 5609 (for seawater use), ADR (for the road), RID (for rail), IATA (for air) and IMDG (for marine) standards. To view our range of self-adhesive hazard warning labels, please click here.
Magnetic Hazard Warning Diamonds
We don't just supply an excellent range of self-adhesive hazard warning labels, we also offer a terrific range of Magnetic Hazard Warning Diamonds! These magnetic hazard labels are suitable for use on transport vehicles and steel containers that are used to transport hazardous good or substances and can be removed when the load has been delivered. They can also be re-used or repositioned for future deliveries. Just like our self-adhesive diamonds, these magnetic labels are produced to BS 5609, ADR, RID, IATA and IMDG standards, and label in this range include highly flammable, compressed gas, radioactive and many others. To view our range of Magnetic Hazard Warning Diamonds, please click here.
Hazard Warning Diamonds with Write-on-Panels
While our standard hazard warning diamonds supply a sufficient level of warning instructions, some operations may require an additional tobe added. That is why we supply a large range of Hazard Warning Diamonds with Write-on Panels. These hazard warning diamonds match the standards similar to our Magnetic and Self-Adhesive Hazard Warning Diamonds. If you require a Hazard Warning Diamond that provides additional information, please click here.
The Eurasian Economic Community, comprising Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus, have technical compliance regulations on a wide range of consumer and industrial goods, and this is embodied in the EAC mark. This is comparable with the CE mark within the European Union, and covers harmonised technical and safety standards.
Products covered by EAC for safe operation include low voltage equipment, machinery and equipment, lifts, machines in potentially explosive atmospheres, machines operating on gaseous fuel, personal protective equipment, pressure vessels, agricultural and forestry tractors and trailers, and railway rolling stock and infrastructure.
The EAC mark is depicted and the character height should be a minimum of 5mm, and be in a single colour, and consists of the three letters of uniform height created within a square.
Beside the standard ranges available, additionally Label Source can supply custom labels incorporating the EAC symbol within the design.
In environments which involve working closely with dangerous chemicals, it is of great importance that possible hazards are clearly identified, in order to preserve and uphold the safety measures which are put in place to prevent incidents.
The most efficient, universal technique for pointing out these hazards, is with tailored GHS labels, which are designed to provide a clear visual warning in any part of the world. Each of these labels has a unique symbol for risks ranging from explosive chemicals to pressurised gasses, which is printed within a prominent, red diamond shape.
(This sign outlines the categories of each hazard symbol)
For those who require GHS labels on a regular basis, or have a large marking operation to complete, we have a number of printable GHS labels to choose from:
GHS Labels for Thermal Printers
These customisable labels are suitable for use with thermal printers, and are available in a variety of size options:
15mm x 15mm
25mm x 25mm
50mm x 50mm
100mm x 100mm
GHS Labels for Laser Printers
These printable GHS labels are intended for use with laser printers, and are also available to order in choice of 4 roll/sheet sizes:
74mm x 105mm
148mm x 105mm
148mm x 210mm
To see our full range of printable GHS labels, or to browse the rest of our label options, click here!