Safety, Facility and Equipment Identification Catalog - Brady Worldwide Inc


Brady  announced today the release of its new S-30 catalog , a 249-page U.S. product catalog that contains the latest information and pricing on Brady’s complete line of safety, facility and equipment identification solutions. Available in print and digital versions, the 2011 catalog details Brady’s product offering in a number of categories, including: lean manufacturing; maintenance and reliability; arc flash; hazard communication; lockout/tagout; fall prevention; spill containment; voice and data communications; exit routes; and pipe marking.
New catalog includes new Brady products and expanded sign offering a number of Brady’s new product lines have been added into the 2011 catalog, including the new BBP®31 Sign and Label Printer  and its materials, the complete line of ToughStripe® Floor Marking products , and Brady’s new eLearning Training Courses  for Lockout/Tagout and Visual Workplace. The catalog contains a detailed product description of each new item, as well as ordering information, photography and specifications.
In addition to new products, over 600 different safety and facility signs were added to the catalog. This expanded sign offering includes three new sustainable signs materials that can help customers support their corporate sustainability efforts.
The pipe marker legend listing was also expanded by nearly 300 percent, and the sorbent offering now includes a chemical application guide and specifications.

Safety and compliance updates include Lockout/Tagout, Hazcom and other key business issues
The S-30 catalog contains 18 pages of educational information on a number of key safety issues, including lean manufacturing and maintenance, lockout/tagout, arc flash, hazard communications, and slips/trips/falls, among other topics. These sections provide up-to-date information on safety issues and related OSHA standards, making it easier for customers to remain in compliance and find the products they need.
One of the newly added topics is Hospital Facility Safety, which provides a detailed overview of specific OSHA, NFPA, and EPA regulations that hospitals must comply with to remain accredited by The Joint Commission.
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