Coatings Can Provide Safety Too
Line and Aisle Striping
Brooks Painting can offer your facility or commercial building safety in a coating. Color coding pipes are helpful for employees to know what pipes contain which liquids or gases. Walking through a warehouse can be confusing, even if you do it on a daily bases. Striping the walkway with different colors will help guide employees and clients safely through your facility. You can also purchase coatings that glow in the dark, in case of a power outage.
Facilities that have continual water-like processing plants, can be coated with a non-skid epoxy. These coatings can have a light to heavy aggregate added for the aggressiveness needed to keep a wet floor safe. Stairs can be slippery and a non-skid additive can be mixed into a clear or pigmented coating as well to keep employees from falling down stairs.
Maybe you have railings around or bollards that need to be more noticeable, paint them in a bright safety color like yellow or green. Safety colors can be used in so many ways form highlighting an area not to enter, to a wall forklifts can’t see and continue to run into. The possibilities to be safe are endless. The safer your company and facility is, the more you protect not just your employees, but the bottom line. Accidents are costly and can have a long lasting impact on any company.
There are many paint companies offering safety coatings. Sherwin-Williams, Rustoleum and Tnemec, just to name a few, have a large section of products to keep your work place safe.