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Having a consistent color standard for floor marking and understanding the regulations that influence these best practices will help you create and maintain a safer, leaner and more efficient facility.

Floor Marking Color Standards Guide

With the right colors in the right places, you can easily keep workers on the right path and identify equipment, storage areas, hazardous areas, forklift traffic and more. Use as few colors as possible to make it easier for employees to remember the meaning of each color and reduce the number of floor marking products you need.

This color guide will help your floor marking be consistent in your workplace:

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looking for round 18inch diameter adhesive floor decals for a industrial environment which have large numbers or state   ZONE 1  ect 

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