Avery® Surface Safe™ Signs Take Home New Product of the Year Award
Avery Products was honored by OH&S Magazine for its new safety signs that don’t damage walls and paint or leave a messy residue.
Avery Products Corporation, the world’s largest supplier of labels and short-run label printing and software solutions, is proud to announce that one of its newest products has won the New Product of the Year award from Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) magazine. The publication honored Avery Surface Safe Sign Labels with its second award in three years in the Signage and Identification category. The company’s UltraDuty® GHS Chemical Labels won the same award in 2016.
Avery Surface Safe Sign labels are made of a durable polyester material that’s water, chemical, abrasion and tear resistant. They stick securely to walls, windows, stainless steel and more, but leave no sticky residue when removed. Users can customize their signs online and then print them from a standard printer or have Avery WePrint professionally print and ship them. They’re perfect for creating caution, hazard, compliance, warning and confined space signs, as well signs for offices, schools, special events and home.
- Removable Surface Safe adhesive sticks and stays put yet removes cleanly without damage or residue, for up to 3 years when used as recommended
- Recommended for indoor use on drywall, doors, glass, stainless steel and more
- Easily create custom signs using the free templates avery.com/templates
- Choose from hundreds of complimentary stock or customizable OSHA/ANSI compliant templates
Now in its tenth year, the OH&S New Product of the Year contest is an important event for safety manufacturers. This year’s contest drew entries in 26 categories, with an independent panel choosing the winners. All of the winning products will be featured in the magazine’s December 2018 issue.
“Avery is greatly honored to have received this special award again as being a top new product,” said Tina Huff, Group Product Manager, Avery Products. “We’re really excited to continue to bring our world-leading labeling expertise to the industrial arena where we can help companies stay compliant and keep their employees safe. And we’re looking forward to sharing even more innovative industrial solutions in the future.”
The newest award-winning product is part of the Avery Industrial Labeling Solutions that are created to handle tough jobs and harsh environments. With a wide selection of shapes, sizes and materials to choose from, there’s a label for every tough job.
To learn more about Avery Industrial Solutions, visit avery.com/industrial.
About Avery Products Corporation
Avery Products Corporation is the world’s largest supplier of labels, specialty converted media and software solutions for short-run digital printing applications for businesses and consumers available alongside complementary products sold through distributors and mass market retailers under the Avery® brand. Avery Products Corporation, a division of CCL Industries, is based in Brea, California. For more information about Avery products, visit avery.com.
Avery and all other Avery brands, product names and codes are trademarks of CCL Label, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.
About CCL Industries
CCL Industries employs approximately 20,000 people operating 168 production facilities in 40 countries with corporate offices in Toronto, Canada, and Framingham, Massachusetts. CCL is the world’s largest converter of pressure sensitive and specialty extruded film materials for a wide range of decorative, instructional, functional and security applications for government institutions and large global customers in the consumer packaging, healthcare and chemicals, consumer electronic device and automotive markets. Extruded and laminated plastic tubes, aluminum aerosols and specialty bottles, folded instructional leaflets, precision decorated and die cut components, electronic displays, polymer bank note substrate and other complementary products and services are sold in parallel to specific end-use markets.