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Prevent injuries and accidents with workplace floor signs from TRADESAFE. These are premium-quality and versatile floor signs that can serve you well regardless of the kind of facility you have. From danger signs to caution signs to directional signs, we have the floor signs you need to maintain an orderly workplace.

Floor safety signs are a great way to communicate hazards and directions in order to ensure that workers stay safe. The floor safety signs also help reduce accidents because they visually communicate specific hards that may lie ahead or are present in certain areas. With their highly visible colors and clear, crisp print, these signs can help prevent accidents and injuries.

You can put floor signs in any area where there are specific hazards that need to be highlighted for your employees, clients, or visitors. They can also be used in areas where hazards might not be immediately obvious.

Floor Signs FAQ

There are many types of safety signage that can help improve workplace safety and reduce accidents by providing clear instructions to people who enter specific areas in a facility.

Industrial floor signs can be installed just about anywhere, though it’s best to be strategic about where you place them. You can put them in hallways, high-traffic areas, near fire extinguishers, and other strategic spots.

The installation process of the floor signs is relatively easy. These are durable vinyl floor stickers with a strong adhesive on the back.

The first step in installing floor signs is to make sure that the floor is clean and dry. If the floor is wet, wait for it to dry before proceeding with the installation. The floor should also be flat and smooth. Once you have found a suitable spot, peel off the back cover from the sign. Carefully place the sticker on the floor and smooth it out as best as you can as you lay it down.

Floor signs can be very helpful in various facilities. They help communicate information, directions, and hazards to the employees, clients, and visitors who walk through the facility.

It's important for companies to have floor warning signs in order to keep their workers safe while on the job. With these signs, people will be more likely to successfully avoid hazards in your facility.

Safety floor stickers are meant to reduce or manage hazards that cannot be completely eliminated. As such, these safety solutions should not be hazards themselves. At TRADESAFE, we applied an anti-slip matte film on the surface of our floor stickers so that they can be safely stepped on when placed on the floor. In fact, TRADESAFE floor signs have been professionally tested and meet the following standards:ANSI A137.1,ANSI A326.3, and AS HB198:2014 (AS/NZS 4586).

TRADESAFE floor signs range from caution signs to exit signs and more. Some of them are available in Spanish. Here are some of our floor stickers for your reference:

  • Pedestrian Traffic Only
  • Watch Your Step
  • Trash Can
  • Hearing Protection Required
  • Slippery When Wet
  • Eyewash Station
  • Stop
  • Exit
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Keep Area Clear
Make sure to visit ourwebsite andAmazon store to see our full range of signs.
TRADESAFE floor stickers are waterproof. This is especially helpful in industrial workplaces that deal with a range of liquids that can spill anytime and cause hazardous situations. Warning people of the wet hazards can give them time to be more extra careful.
TRADESAFE floor sticker safety signs stick to most surfaces. For the sticker to better cling to the floor, make sure the surface is cleaned and dusted off before applying the signs.

The Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA) and American National Standards Institute/National Equipment Manufacturers Association (ANSI/NEMA) Z535 require floor signs. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.145(c)(2 states that caution signs must be used to warn people about the presence of potential hazards. By placing floor signs in strategic locations in your workplace, you can make people aware of the potential hazard there so that they can practice safety.

Based on the ANSI Z535.2-2011 (R2017) Environmental Facility and Safety Signs, you must ensure that hazard-alerting signages are not placed on or adjacent to movable objects like windows, doors, and more.


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