New GSA Contract Makes OSHA Compliance for Labeling More Accessible
The General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded a supply contract to Industrial Safety Solutions, providers for SafetyPro and DuraLabel industrial labeling supplies. This contract will make compliance safety labeling more accessible to government and military entities around the globe.
Safety labeling is required by regulatory agencies such as OSHA, and is viewed as a top priority in mitigating occupational hazards. It is estimated that as many as 70% of all worksites, including government operated worksites, have insufficient or outdated visual hazard identification.
The SafetyPro line of industrial labeling equipment from ISS can help reduce occupational hazards by increasing worker awareness. When a workplace is properly labeled according to government standards, workers can easily spot trouble situations and react or prepare accordingly. The new GSA contract will help make this ability more widely available in U.S. government and military entities around the globe.
Securing a GSA schedule contract with the federal government is not simple, but Joe Lyman, GSA contract manager at Industrial Safety Solutions, notes that, “negotiation our GSA contract was very important to ISS. We were able to provide the federal government with the best rates out there, and we believe that this, in turn, will give more people the chance to have a safer place to work. It is worth the effort.”
GSA pricing is available on the ISS SafetyPro line, which is compatible with the DuraLabel line. ISS offers the best GSA government price for SafetyPro and DuraLabel owners. Their SafetyPro products are used around the global for regulatory compliance labeling, general safety labeling, arc flash labeling, pipe marking, and more.
To contact ISS, call toll free, 1-877-762-9280. Industrial Safety Solutions is located in Portland, Oregon, and has over 30 years of combined experience in thermal print technologies.