Factory Line Marking
If you’re looking for factory line marking, warehouse line marking or OH&S line marking then you’ve come to the right place. With over 25-years experience, servicing all areas of Queensland – Able Line Marking is your go-to company for all things line marking. To get a free no-obligation quote, simply click on the links below.
Factory Line Marking
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Factory line marking involves using visual pointers to help improve the safety and organisation of a facility. Because factories have many moving parts at work it can be a dangerous space. As a result, a well-marked floor plan is of major importance. These lines will help to guide traffic, mark off work and storage spaces, and point out any dangers and hazards. To operate an efficient factory, a good floor marking plan is necessary.
Whether you have a small job that needs a few touch-ups, or need a complete overhaul – we work 24/7 to get your lines painted quickly, and get you back to work sooner.
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Factory & Warehouse Line Marking
Line marking in factories and warehouses is important for safe and efficient operations. But not only that it can help you improve space.We can help you to meet all your occupational health and safety standards and needs. From a small warehouse to large factory and distribution centres, our Line marking services include (but are not limited to):
- Pallet bays
- Storage zones
- Loading and unloading areas
- Cross hatching
- Speed control
- Traffic Priority
- Fork Lift Areas
- First aid stations
- Fire exits
- Fire Extinguisher points
- Fire Assembly Points
At Able Linemarking we always use quality, hard wearing paints and epoxies.
Why Factory Line Marking Is Important
Warehouse line marking helps with navigation around a factory environment. While this may seem simple, a well mapped out floor can make a big difference to the performance and safety of the space. Floor markings improve organisation by providing clear pathways and sectioning off storage spaces.
They can also lead people to emergency areas such as first aid kits, exits, or eyewash stations which helps with safety. If you have a large factory or warehouse, line marking will help to direct people on where to go. It will also allow you to know where to drop certain items. In turn, this will increase organization, as well as promote a better flow of traffic through the factory.
The Process of Warehouse Line Marking
Before laying down the marking lines, it is important to understand a clear system that your factory will use. Figure out a solid floor plan, and determine how this will increase safety and improve organisation in the factory. Next, you will need to prepare your space properly. This will require cleaning and clearing all of the floors before you can apply paint or tape.
It would be best to suspend factory operations while doing this. Finally, be sure to brief all employees on the details of the new marking system. In order for the system to work, everyone will need to understand the significance and direction of each line.
Floor Marking Options
Line Marking Contractors use paint or tape to mark out factory floor lines. Whichever option you choose, it will need to be a specific floor marking variety. Floor marking tape is available in all standard factory line marking colours. It is made from a durable vinyl which can withstand foot and vehicle traffic.
The tape can also be specially textured, to add an extra level of grip and safety. It is commonly used on unexpected drops and stairs on slippery surfaces to prevent accidents from happening. The floor markings can be in a neutral, reflective, or glow in the dark varieties. Choose an option that will be most visible in your factory environment.
Considerations For Safety Line Marking
Floor marking is often carried out using specific colour codes. This is a standard concept that applies to different industries and factories around the country. Busy warehouses typically see plenty of foot traffic, driving vehicles, and moving parts. This makes it important to have clearly marked lines to assist with the flow.
Always try to minimise the use of colours to make the safety line marking easier to read. Also, be sure to train all employees on the factory line-markings. Factories can be dangerous, and a proper system of order is essential. Having a clearly marked and easy to understand floor plan can provide an added level of safety and efficiency.
About The Marking Equipment & Colours
High viscosity paints or durable vinyl stickers are often used for this process. Here are some standard colour codes and applications of each.
- Yellow: for all normal traffic aisles and work areas
- White: for anything related to the factory equipment
- Blue/green/black: These colours look pretty similar, so are often used interchangeably. They mark areas around raw materials and finished goods
- Orange: to mark off goods that are being held for inspection
- Red & white: to mark off an area that needs to be clear for safety compliance reasons
- Black & white: to mark off any areas that need to stay clear for general reasons
- Black & yellow: to mark off an area that poses a physical hazard
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