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Safety Labels Save Lives – Preventing Workplace Accidents with HCL Labels

Safety: the state of being safe; freedom from the occurrence of risk of injury, danger, or loss.

When HCL Labels was formed in the early 1990’s, the mission was to protect the workforce from work-related hazards through proper, compliant, and up-to-date signs and labels. Nearly thirty-years later, HCL stands by our initial goal.

HCL Labels exists for the sole purpose of protecting workers from hazardous working conditions. We are an organization that is extremely proud to offer a product that prevents injuries, accidents, and saves lives. Pretty cool, we know.

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Hazard Communications & Safety

HCL’s library of over 70,000 compliant signs & labels all communicate a specific work-related hazard. From some of our more unorthodox signs such as Warning: Bull, to more recognizable labels such as the NFPA 704 Diamond and Acetone, our products are meant to fit in any workplace.

The underlying message that guides communicating workplace hazards is OSHA’s right-to-know law. Employees have the right-to-know the potential health and physical hazards of workplace chemicals, equipment, and other harmful materials.

Through workplace practices and planning of hazard communications, employers provide their workers with the means to visualize and understand associated hazards.

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Proper Signs & Labels

Placing relevant, highly-visible, and proper safety messages around your facility will ensure that employees practice their right-to-know. We at HCL believe that accidents can always be prevented and avoided.

Accident prevention is possible. Through high-quality and consistent training, as well as clear messages (signs & labels) throughout your facility, you put your company in the best situation to prevent accidents before they happen.

Join us in our mission to save lives, one label at a time. 

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HCL Labels, Inc.

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