Factory and warehouse safety line marking service
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New or old flooring, warehouse or factory floor, industrial safety marking will help keep your people safe.
Don’t wait until a Worksafe inspection or an accident to find out that you’re not OH&S compliant. Talk to Kleenit about what steps you can take to make your workplace and workflows the best they can be.
WorkSafe safety marking requirements
According to WorkSafe: “A safe working environment and adequate facilities must be provided and maintained by the person conducting a business or undertaking so far as is reasonably practicable.”
That usually means ensuring a secure entry and exit to and from the workplace, sufficient workspace for workers, and suitable non slip floor surfaces.
These safety precautions apply both to emergency conditions and regular working conditions. Furthermore, safety line marking ensures that all people may be able to move around a workplace with a lower risk to their health or safety.
With more than a decade of experience in line marking, we’re ready to complete your next job. Get a quote for industrial line marking in Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong and right across New South Wales.
Need safety line marking? Kleenit’s range of services also include painting and floor coating for commercial buildings and car parks. Get a quote for Perth floor coatings today.
Looking for Melbourne’s most trusted in safety line marking? Kleenit began line marking 2003 and customers have been lining up ever since. We’re operating in most capital cities.
Put safety first in line with safety line marking. With a crew of experienced professionals, we also help Queenslanders avoid parking outrage with best practice car park line marking.
Whether you work in government or commercial, Kleenit can help create perfect parking bays, bay marking and warehouse line marking. Get a quote to see your surfaces in a new light.
Safety line marking by South Australia’s most respected team is just a click away. Get a free, no obligation quote for line marking and other commercial maintenance in your local area.
Meet the experts in commercial property services. Our teams work right across Tasmania and are highly experienced in high pressure cleaning, maintenance graffiti removal & prevention, and so much more.
Safety Line Marking Frequently Asked Questions
What is safety line marking?
New or old flooring, warehouse or factory floors — industrial safety line marking helps to keep your people safe. We use industrial-strength paint to create bright safety line marking for walkways, barriers, as well as install safety-related products to ensure that your workers get home safely.
What are WorkSafe’s safety line marking requirements?
According to WorkSafe: “A safe working environment and adequate facilities must be provided and maintained by the person conducting a business or undertaking so far as is reasonably practicable.”As an employer, you will need to ensure well marked paths to exit the workplace, sufficient workspace for workers, suitable non slip floor surfaces, and line marking to alert workers about potentially dangerous areas.
How do you paint a safety line on a floor?
A warehouse floor that is exposed to a lot of traffic means that line markings are likely to wear off quickly without quality installation. When you buy cheap, you often buy twice. Safe installation of line marking, with adequate time to cure is the best option. Stencilled lettering can further assist understanding of line markings. Symbols, such as an octagonal shape for a place to stop, are another option. Selecting the right specific colours for line marking helps people to interpret the signs easily, provided they are consistent. These colour schemes are common for line marking in warehouses: Use yellow to mark the paths, work cells and traffic lanes. Use red to inform or alert employees about a defect or a danger zone in the warehouse, such as around a box crusher. Use black colour for work in progress. Blue can signal storage for raw materials. A combination of red and white can help denote an area that has restricted access for safety reasons.
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