Make It Personal With SiteTagTM

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Protecting workers from hazards that could result in serious injuries is a big deal – especially when they’re performing maintenance on machinery or equipment. If the machine they’re working on is not properly shut off and a LOTO is not used, the hazardous energy could release and workers might suffer serious shocks, electrocution, burns – even death.

That’s why employees should always have SiteTags™ readily available to use with their lockout/tagout program. SiteTags™ provide immediate identification and recognition of those working on locked-out equipment and machinery.

The innovative lockout SiteTag™  design combines the OSHA lockout safety message with a "head-shot" image of the worker along with a place to fill out their name and department location  with a permanent marker (sold separately). When the image of the worker is permanently printed directly onto the tag, others will know someone is performing work and who is authorized to remove the lock and tag.

SiteTags™ are available in various materials to withstand your application requirement. Quantity starts at just 10 tags and can be combined for several workers in multiples of 5, and up to 20 or more.

For your convenience, you can easily create your own OSHA Site Tags™ with our custom builder. Simply upload your custom image, select your material and quantity, and fill out the name and department.  Or feel free to contact  us for an electronic spreadsheet form to fill in the name, department (if required), quantity of tags (in multiples of 5), and electronic photo image file name — for each person. E-mail the form back with attached electronic photo image files*. We will put together your tags and can send you a proof (upon request).

Custom  print options for Lockout SiteTag are available - such as incorporating your company logo, bar codes, and numbering - sequential or otherwise. Contact us with your specific requirements for a quote and delivery time.

Download the SITETAG® Information .xlsx file   

*Please note: Electronic images can be in a JPEG or TIFF file format at 150 dpi resolution.