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How Do Pre-Cut Floor Marking Kits Improve Safety?

How Do Pre-Cut Floor Marking Kits Improve Safety?

Pre-cut floor marking kits are convenient and easy to apply, making them a simple option throughout industrial facilities. These pre-cut kits can be used for designating emergency exits, highlighting “keep clear” zones, and providing safety information. To understand... Continue reading →
Visual Cues for Fire Safety

Visual Cues for Fire Safety

Visual communication is important for navigation, evacuation messaging, facility-wide warnings, and essential worksite notices—and all of these items pertain to fire safety. Floor markings and signage are crucial parts of fire safety planning. When creating a visual... Continue reading →
Visual Cues and Messaging for Emergency Exits

Visual Cues and Messaging for Emergency Exits

Visual cues must be used for full compliance with emergency exit requirements—and floor marking tape and floor signs can help you meet those conditions. Floors, walls, stairways, and doors must be clearly marked to improve communication and safety both daily and in... Continue reading →
Floor Markings for Emergency Evacuation

Floor Markings for Emergency Evacuation

In industrial locations, all employees must know how to respond in an emergency situation. Appropriate emergency response is included in onboarding training and refresher safety courses, but staff should also have the support of visual communication—cues to share... Continue reading →
Visual Management Methods for Safety and Training

Visual Management Methods for Safety and Training

Visual cues—especially those that pair graphics and text—are beneficial as part of an industrial facility’s safety and training programs. This form of communication is easy to recognize and decipher at a glance, so people can make appropriate choices and decide on the... Continue reading →
The PCDA Cycle for Manufacturing Facilities

The PCDA Cycle for Manufacturing Facilities

Continuous improvement methods work best when time is given for appropriate planning and follow-up evaluation. One improvement tool that works well in manufacturing and industrial facilities is the PCDA Cycle. This method relies on four basic steps to target specific... Continue reading →