Floor Marking Guidelines

Floor Markings, Storage, Stacking

Utilized in every kind of professional facility, from small schools and gymnasiums to large, full-scale manufacturing and chemical processing plants, strategically employed floor marking makes open space easier for workers and visitors to understand. Because it relays important information at the location and time it’s needed, floor marking creates a safer, more efficient facility. In

7 Places to Use Anti-Slip Tape

traction tape, non-skid tape

Slips, trips and falls account for the most accidents in general industry, according to OSHA, resulting in 15 percent of accidental deaths in the workplace. Only work-related motor vehicle accidents cause more worker fatalities annually. These accidents also cause many injuries that lead to time spent away from work. Slips, trips and falls (STFs) can

The Visual Workplace – 5 Less Obvious Places to Use Signs and Labels

floor sign, informational label

Your workplace already uses many types of signs and labels: exit signs, hazard pictograms and signs telling workers not to smoke, not to enter and not to forget to wear PPE. These signs are an integral part of a visual workplace, which is a work environment where visual cues like signs and labels quickly communicate

Safe Stacking and Storage in the Warehouse

Floor Markings, Storage, Stacking

When we think of the safety issues associated with warehouses, many of us tend to think about the hazards involved in using equipment like forklifts or the dangers of lifting heavy materials. While these issues do pose significant threats, the way materials are actually stored in the warehouse can also impact everyone’s safety. If stacked

Vinyl Chart Tape – Ways To Improve Your Workplace

vinyl chart tape

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was some cheap material that could simultaneously improve your board rooms, worker organization, and other meeting tools and spaces? Gee, sure sounds nice. Lucky for you, it also exists. It’s called vinyl chart tape , and it’s backless (meaning no paper backing), easy to use, and can be purchased

Safety Signs – 7 Reasons Your Facility Might Need an Update

safety signs, visual workplace

Proper safety signage in the workplace can be the difference between an employee being safe while performing a task or getting injured. It’s true that safety training also helps prevent workplace accidents, but strategically placed safety signs are daily, on-the-job reminders that will reinforce proper behavior. Consequently, it’s important employers and safety managers do their

The Colors of Safety – Using Common Color Associations to Promote Workplace Safety

Many of our lifelong associations between shapes, colors, and symbols are formed in our early years of life and follow us for decades. This “universal language” helps us to visually communicate with one another, even when coming from different backgrounds and cultures. In the workplace, these types of associations most often manifest themselves in the

How Floor Tape can Improve the Safety and Visual Management of your Facility

Many businesses, public facilities and parking areas need floor or pavement markings to delineate areas, mark key features and avoid traffic mishaps. Aisle numbers, safety stations, exits and other features must be clearly marked, a job once done with paint. Paint works well when it is new, but it wears thin over time. Furthermore, if