Magnetic Body-Diagram Safety Board Displays Each Injury

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Employee involvement is a major component of a successful safety program. Safety managers find displaying the injury points on magnetic body-diagram is a powerful motivator.

Magnatag HurtSpot magnetic body-diagram whiteboard

Showing injury locations and numbers on a board is more effective than posting a bunch of reports

As the year begins, manufacturers are placing a high priority on employee safety. Safety managers say the HurtSpot magnetic body-diagram whiteboard shows injuries and makes safety awareness in the workplace very personal. “Showing injury locations and numbers on a board is more effective than posting a bunch of reports” says a New Jersey chemical safety director “The board is always there, reminding employees to work safely.”

“Our customers tell us our HurtSpot board works because their employees relate to the human form” says Magnatag spokesman Christian Krapf. “The name ‘HurtSpot’ is descriptive, it identifies parts of the body where injuries occur. When you see the red line pointing to the head you can almost feel the pain. The big magnetic numbers flag injury count for each body part and call attention to accident patterns. Optional built-in T-Cards detail accidents for study and preventive action. For more information about Magnatag HurtSpot safety whiteboard systems go to http://www.magnatag.com/hurtspot or call 800 624 4154.

About Magnatag®:
Magnatag® Visible Systems, a division of W.A. Krapf, Inc., designs, manufactures and direct-markets over 2,300 magnetic printed steel job-task oriented and all-purpose ready-to-use whiteboard kits including calendars, maps, custom printed whiteboards, a full line of magnets and accessories (many patented) and other information display systems for manufacturers, hospitals, schools, business, organizations and government. A veteran-owned family company founded in 1967. http://www.magnatag.com.

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Doug Weeks
Magnatag Marketing Group
800 624 4154
dougw(at)magnatag(dot)com

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