Take steps to improve warehouse safety with Beaverswood floor signal markers


The quick and easy marking out and identification of safe walkways and access points on warehouse floors is provided by a range of high visibility floor signal markers, available now from workplace visual communications and safety products specialist Beaverswood.

Manufactured from tough and hard-wearing PVC, the anti-slip, self-adhesive markers, which include new directional feet designs, can be quickly laid down to indicate clearly where people can walk in hazardous areas such as walkways and forklift truck routes, or step safely when accessing pallet positions or block stacking areas.

New directional feet designs are part of a range of high visibility floor signal markers from Beaverswood.

This improves overall safety in busy warehouses and other industrial workspaces, better protecting people against the risk of injury or harm caused by bumping into storage racking systems, tripping over floor pallets or colliding with vehicles.

Capable of withstanding the rigorous wear and tear caused by the daily abrasion of FLTs, wheeled pallet trucks and general footfall, the markers are available in a choice of six eye-catching colours  - yellow, red, white, green, black, blue - for high visibility. A selection of handy sizes is also available in packs of 10, 50 and 100: T- shape 200mm x 300mm, plus shape 300mm x 300mm, arrow 90mm x 90mm, foot symbol 300mm x 100mm, L-shape 200mm x 200mm and 90mm circle diameter. 

The floor signal markers are part of an extensive range of cost effective, high-quality Beaverswood products that improve the efficiency, safety and sustainability of the physical workplace. These include labelling and signage products, waste segregation and collection systems, 5S visual communication solutions and specialist impact protection, racking protection and warehouse safety products. 

The range is supported with extensive market expertise, marketing, promotional and reseller resources and materials and an aftersales service.

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