Idesco Safety Expands Its Operations, Sets New Standards In Workplace Safety

Brooklyn, NY --- Idesco Safety Co., LLC expands its operations in Brooklyn, NY and launches a new website to better serve its customers. Idesco Safety has been setting the standard in the safety industry by offering a unique line of safety tags, padlock labels & color coded sleeves, padlocks, lockout devices, safety signs, and laminating equipment to companies worldwide. The company has seen exponential growth over the last few years and recently invested in building a dedicated customer service team to serve its growing customer base. Idesco Safety’s new website offers customers the ability to purchase a broad line of safety products within minutes.

Idesco Safety serves companies of all sizes and industries to help keep them compliant with workplace safety laws set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), especially OSHA lockout/tagout regulations of CFR 1910.147. Keeping workers safe at all times in industrial environments is an absolute priority and Idesco Safety has been leading the way in setting the standards in the industry. Idesco Safety tags are in use by industries throughout the country. Durable and economical, these tags are the standard for companies nationwide who also turn to Idesco Safety for lockout/tagout devices, indoor and outdoor signs, and desktop laminating machines, pouches, and laminating accessories.

Idesco Safety offers quality made in the USA products, competitive pricing, fast turnaround times, personalized quotes, and a customer service team that is second to none. In addition, GSA contract pricing is also available. Customers can browse the company’s unique line of safety products online and place an order for quick delivery.

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