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Blogs We Like – December 2016

Blogs We Like – December 2016

Did you hear about the new Resource Center? Stop-Painting.com has put all of our important informative articles, how-to information, videos and more in one spot – our new Resource Center. We hope you’ll check it out, not just for great product reviews, but for ideas,... Continue reading →
Gaffer Tape: What Kind Do You Need?

Gaffer Tape: What Kind Do You Need?

Not all gaffa tape is created equal. Like most adhesive products, there is a spectrum of quality to choose from. Stop-Painting offers premium gaffa tape with our Beveled Edge Gaffer Tape product line.   Why Gaffer Tape? Gaffer tape is typically used in the film... Continue reading →
OSHA Fine Increases Are Being Felt!

OSHA Fine Increases Are Being Felt!

Businesses across the U.S. are feeling the pain of OSHA’s newly increased violation fines. Since August 1st, OSHA fines have cost violators about 78 percent more than in the past. The increase is thanks to a Congressional Act passed in 2015, meant to adjust fine... Continue reading →
Assembly Point: Essential in Emergencies

Assembly Point: Essential in Emergencies

During a workplace emergency, it’s easy for panic and chaos take over. However, with a well-thought-out emergency action plan which includes a marked assembly point where employees gather before evacuation, lives will be saved and pandemonium can be kept at a minimum.... Continue reading →
Warehouse Labels Keep Work Areas Organized

Warehouse Labels Keep Work Areas Organized

Whether you’re using Lean and 5S practices in your workplace or just supporting a visual workplace, utilizing warehouse labels can keep your workflow productive and efficient. Warehouse labels are visual devices or cues that indicate what goes where. Labels are used... Continue reading →
Glow in the Dark Floor Tape: You’ve Got Options

Glow in the Dark Floor Tape: You’ve Got Options

When the lights go out at your home, typically you make your way to the drawer with the flashlights or the cabinet with the extra candles, secure an alternative source of light and wait it out. If an emergency popped up, most would be able to make their way to an exit... Continue reading →