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Creative Safety Supply Is Now Offering a Free Guide on How to Implement OSHA-Mandated and Approved Systems


Reduce accidents and increase safety among the workplace by properly marking floors of possible dangerous areas.

Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) November 01, 2012

Businesses from office to manufacturing facilities must provide safe and healthful working conditions by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, educations, assistance and outreach. The federal agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is in charge with enforcing safety and health legislation. Creative Safety Supply is now providing a new OSHA Guide that clearly lays out the rules and regulations that companies should adhere to with respect to OSHA floor markings and safety signs. The guide will provide information on how to comply with OSHA and ANSI to avoid fines and save time and money. A safety coordinator commented, “The guide provided us with all the information we needed to ensure we complied with OSHA standards on the proper way to mark floors for safety concerns.”

The free Floor Marking Guide provides a business with all the information that is needed to properly mark floors in the office, warehouse or facility. Marking floors by using floor labels is an integral and easy way to create safety and avoid accidents in the workplace. The guide comes complete with all the OSHA floor marking standards for proper marking. The floor marking guide is a great tool for implementing a 5S program with informational instructions for color-coded and visual labels to use when marking off aisles, stairways and hazardous zones. Facilities should consider safety as their primary focus and by doing so; a business can save time and money. Reducing unnecessary accidents will generate more productivity and in the end will create more profit. Accidents caused by an employee or visitor falling or slipping because the area was not properly marked can cost a company millions in compliance-related fines.

To receive more information about the Free Floor Marking Guide or to get more information about other safety products and supplies, please visit or call toll-free (866)777-1360 to talk one on one with a professional representative.

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