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July 2017 Blog Roll

Here are a few time-worthy reads we came across in July. Happy Reading! Lean post answers reader who has good question We are regular readers of’s Lean Post columns and the title to a recent column by Michael Balle caught our eye – and made us laugh. Balle, a Gemba coach, uses a reader’s… Continue reading


Easy to Use Stencils Offer Clear Visual Cues

As experts in visual cues and visual information devices, our mission is to make your business more productive and safe by efficiently communicating with your employees and customers. Our inventory of stencil designs and tools is an important part of our visual cue collection. You can create clear and visible graphics, custom lettering and safety… Continue reading

Articles / Safety & OSHA Compliance

National Safety Stand-Down set for May 8-12

Thousands of employers and millions of employees are expected to participate in the fourth annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction during the week of May 8-12. The national safety awareness campaign is a combined effort spearheaded by OSHA, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and The Center for Construction Research and… Continue reading

Articles / News

April 2017 Blog Roll

We love reading industry news and relevant blogs about manufacturing, lean and 5S practices, employee safety and floor marking topics. Here are a few blog posts and articles we’ve come across in recent weeks, we thought were worth a Share. Follow us on Twitter (@stoppainting), Facebook (Stop-Painting) and LinkedIn (Insite Solutions) and share stuff you’re… Continue reading

Articles / Lean Manufacturing & 5S

Spring Cleaning with 5S

Spring cleaning is one of those things most people have a love/hate relationship with – or just hate it. Those that find comfort in cleaning and decluttering (Martha Stewart calls spring cleaning “satisfying” in her 2006 book, “Martha Stewart’s Homekeeping Handbook,”) usually start out liking the culturally sanctioned “cleaning” season – while a few in… Continue reading