Tool and Cord Inspection Tags

 Assured equipment grounding conductor program compliance and safety.

Certags manufactures and supplies a complete selection of pre-printed or fully customizable electrical test tags compliant with the assured equipment grounding conductor program (AEGCP).

Our selection of Tool and Cord Inspection Tags include:

  • New to service tags
  • Color-coded test tags
  • Failed test tags
  • Passed test tags
  • RCD Test Tags
  • Light-Duty or Heavy-Duty Appliance Tags
  • Self – Laminating tags 
  • Danger Tags

Read more about the importance of implementing electrical test tags here.

All of our custom electrical test tags come with a complimentary label design service from our in-house graphic design team. We’ll get your tag looking the way you want it!

With over 30 years of experience we have assisted clients worldwide in multiple industries to ensure safety and compliance in the workplace.

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Custom Tag Designs

Appliance Test Tag Front
Appliance Test Tag with fields and barcode
Yellow quarterly inspection tag
Mitay test tag

Popular Applications

  • Electrical hazards warning and prevention
  • Electrical devices test
  • Office and home appliances test
  • Electrical machinery test on construction sites
  • tool, cord and electrical inspections

Custom Fields

Customize your tag with any information – popular options include:

  • Inspected By
  • Inspection Date
  • Next Inspection Date
  • Plant Number
  • Barcode/Sequential Numbering
  • Your Logo and Branding

We can print any inspection tag to suit your needs.

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Tag and Label Features

Our tool and cord inspection tags and labels are:

  • Made to withstand a minimum of 5 years outdoors
  • UV stable
  • Chemical resistant
  • Tear Resistant
  • Waterproof and Weatherproof
  • Fully customizable
  • Come in a range of different shapes and sizes
  • Adhesive and Non – Adhesive options available

Quality Branded Solutions

Identify your tags with custom branding and information of your choice, made with the highest quality materials.

  • Durable labels that won’t peel at the edges
  • Variety of custom options such as laminate flaps, perforations and holes
  • Full color printing
  • Large choice of materials and configurations, guided by our expert staff
  • Free complimentary artwork service with each product so your tags and labels come out just the way you want it!

Why are regular electrical inspections so important?

Regularly inspecting your electrical equipment is the best safeguard against injury, death, property damage and ensures a safe workplace.

It is the business responsibility to ensure that all tools and equipment used on the job site are in safe working order. This includes checking for worn or damaged power tools or cords, ensuring that any electrical components are properly grounded, and making sure there is no standing water present which could be an electrical hazard. It is also important to provide employees with safety training so they know how to identify potential hazards and take appropriate precautions when working around electricity. By taking these steps you can help keep your workers safe from the dangers of electric shock while on the job site.

You can read more about the recommended OSHA Assured Grounding Program here.

What are Electrical Test Tags?

Electrical test tags are used to indicate whether an electrical appliance or equipment has been tested and approved for safe use. They are typically made from durable material, and they contain information such as the date when the item was last tested, who conducted the testing, what tests were performed and if any repairs were necessary. Electrical test tags can help reduce workplace accidents by ensuring that all electrical appliances have been properly inspected before being operated.

 OSHA requires test results to be recorded. Two popular record-keeping systems, that are often used in conjunction, are a test log and a color-coded-tagging system

Electrical Test Tags should be hard-wearing and built for industrial environments. In the event a Test Tag has fallen off, or become illegible, it is important to re-test and re-tag the equipment for safe use.

Test Tags can be customized with numbering systems, barcodes, Qr codes, company logos, inspection details to suit every business needs.