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Avoid OSHA Violations with the Free Floor Marking Guide Now Being Offered Through Creative Safety Supply


Implementing and sustaining safety in a workplace is as simple as learning the proper way to use floor markings as regulated by OSHA.

Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) November 02, 2012

OSHA safety violations of over 100,000 were reported in 2011 that cost companies throughout the nation of over $180 million in compliance related fines. Creative Safety Supply is now offering a free floor marking guide that will help companies reach a goal of 100% in compliance with OSHA regulations. The guide will provide steps as to how to protect workers and visitors from such accidents as falling, hazardous areas, safe walking passageways and communication. Safety in any type of working environment should be considered a top priority for business owners and not just for employees but also for visitors and outside service people.

Providing safety tools and supplies to ensure workers from all over the country are working under safe conditions is a primary concern for Creative Safety Supply, a leading supplier of safety products and supplies. One of the easiest and quickest ways to provide safety is by the use of floor markings. Floor markings come in a multitude of colors and schemes that corresponds to specific meaning as promoted by OSHA. The guide will train employees as to how each color can be used in the proper way to keep everyone safe in the workplace. Red signifies danger or a warning, yellow is the basic color and is used widely to catch attention, orange is used for caution, white is used for determining storage areas, and blue is used to caution against low levels of danger such as a machine needing repair and could be dangerous if not repaired soon. A business owner commented, “The floor marking guide was very helpful in teaching our staff the proper way to use floor markings to keep our workplace free of potential accidents.”

Please visit or call toll-free (866)777-1360 to receive more information about a free floor marking guide or information about any safety supplies or tools.

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