Visual Tagging Catalogue

Scafftag catalogue for visual tagging solutions

  • 2 Feb 2016

Scafftag’s Visual Tagging Catalogue lists all of its visual tagging solutions, developed to communicate the latest equipment inspection and test status at the time of use. 

The tagging solutions also record a maintenance audit trail, identify equipment and aim to reduce accidents in the workplace.

The Visual Tagging Catalogue features all dimensions and materials in which visual tagging solutions are available – including several new and improved designs for some of the main solutions. It offers guides for every tag, including pictures and clear steps.

Scafftag’s tagging solutions are available in 10 languages and can be offered in different layouts and dimensions to suit any customers needs.

 

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