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Eco Lockout Tagout Poster, What You Should Know, 18Hx24W

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**This product has a 5 day handling / lead time**

ZING Eco Lockout Tagout Poster provides a comprehensive overview of Lockout/Tagout procedures and is designed to support employee training programs. The poster includes eye-catching graphics to demonstrate key points. The poster is made from rapidly renewable/biodegradable eco-poly to support sustainability initiatives and LEED credits. Measures 18"H x 24"W. Made in the USA.

- Comprehensive overview of Lockout/Tagout procedures
- High quality post consumer recycled material
- Supports sustainability initiatives and LEED credits
- Made in the USA

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  • Model: ZING 6065






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