Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) June 18, 2012
Floor Marking regulations under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration require that permanent aisles and passage ways must be properly marked based on the Safety Color Code that designates yellow as the caution color for marking physical hazards. Industrial Floor Marking Tapes are usually recognized as the most convenient and inexpensive way to mark aisles since painted lines tend to chip, peel and crack especially in areas with heavier traffic.
Creative Safety Supply brings a fresh new look and modernizes the way businesses are run. It carries the best floor marking products in the industry along with the latest 5S, 6S, visual workplace, lean manufacturing, and ergonomic products to make a facility operate as smooth as possible.
With years of experience working with modern-day facilities across the globe, Creative Safety Supply understands the way business works and knows how things can change at the blink of an eye. As such, the company strives to expand and constantly update its product line and services to meet emerging and changing customer needs.
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Advocating the proper procedures in floor marking systems, Creative Safety Supply is offering a new Floor Marking Guide to provide everything that clients need to know about properly marking floors in their warehouse or facility.
"For someone who dislikes reading instructions, this color-coded, visual, free floor marking guide is perfect. We need to comply with OSHA Standards and implement our 5S Program, and this takes out the guess work. Thank you Creative Safety Supply," Andrew Fisher from
Essentially, the free Floor Marking Guide from Creative Safety Supply contains instructions for properly marking floors as an integral part of implementing a 5S safety program. It gives all of the color recommendations for floor marking in a facility, as recommended and approved by OSHA and the American National Standards or ANSI. Avoiding accidents in a facility should be a priority. Whether implementing a new 5S program or re-marking floors, the new free Floor Marking Guide will help through the process.
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