What safety color is used for floors?

Similar to wall signs, OSHA 1910.144 Safety Color Code for Marking Physical Hazards noted that red and yellow must be used for marking potential hazards. Red for emergencies and fire-related hazards, and yellow for caution and physical hazards. Nevertheless, this standard have limited scope that it is not designed to provide a solid guide on safety colors used for floor signs.

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