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Graphic Products releases Encyclopedia of Labeling

September 13, 2013

Packed with how-to information, tips and advice, the reference will help readers improve their facility's safety culture and eliminate waste from day-to-day operations.

Graphic Products has announced that it is reviving the encyclopedia tradition with the newest addition to its growing resource library with the Encyclopedia of Labeling (EOL). Packed with how-to information, tips, and advice, the company says this reference will help readers improve their facility’s safety culture and eliminate waste from day to day operations.

This hard cover, 280-page chronicle (a $149.95 value), was researched, reviewed, and written by a team of writers, editors, and industry experts. Photos, charts and worksheets complement each chapter -- making technical information easy to understand.

The EOL is available with the purchase of a new printer and tackles a number of high profile topics, including:
  • Arc flash
  • Pipe Marking
  • Warehouse safety
  • Lean manufacturing
  • Hazardous materials
  • Floor marking
  • Confined spaces
  • Conveyor Safety
  • Lock Out / Tag Out
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Electrical Safety
  • OSHA Safety Signs
  • Glossaries of technical terms
Additionally, company supervisors, managers, and front-line workers will learn how to prepare for an OSHA inspection; incorporate principles of industrial safety training; create required exit and fire signs; and improve productivity using lean techniques such as 5S, Kaizen and Kanban.


Other free resources in the Graphic Products library include:
  • 5S Systems Guide
  • Introduction to Kanban
  • Introduction to Kaizen
  • Guide to WHMIS Symbols
  • International GHS Labeling Best Practices Guide
  • Arc Flash Solutions Guide
  • Confined Spaces Best Practices Guide
  • Safety Lockout/Tagout Best Practices Guide
  • Warehouse Safety Guide
  • Safety Inspection Notebook
  • Wire Marking Guide
  • Big Signs and Labels Guide
  • Required PPE Guide
  • Labeling for Today’s Schools
For more information: visit, call 800-788-5572 or email Jack Rubinger at