Hazard Prevention Methods for Wet Floors

Employers and employees must be aware of slip, trip, and fall (STF) risks in any industry, including manufacturing, healthcare, food service, and retail. STF injuries are one of the most frequently reported types of injury—and wet floors are often the root cause of... Continue reading →
Visual Cues to Improve Safety at Public Pools

Visual Cues to Improve Safety at Public Pools

Stenciled warnings, floor signs, and other visual cues can help aquatic facilities meet regulatory codes and enforce rules to reduce injuries and illnesses. Floor signs communicate pool rules and set expectations for guest behavior at splash pads, pools, and hot tubs.... Continue reading →
Floor Markings and Visual Cues for Loading Docks

Floor Markings and Visual Cues for Loading Docks

Loading dock safety procedures are in place to ensure that risks are reduced for everyone, from regular warehouse staff to delivery drivers and visitors. While there are some specific OSHA mandates in place to consider, you can go above and beyond the requirements... Continue reading →