Floor-warning markings for pedestrian and machine traffic
Not only vertical obstacles, such as posts or door edges, are a potential danger point for accidents. Those that are horizontal, such as trip hazards or fall edges, must also be marked accordingly. Practical tests showed that safety signs on the floor are more likely to be seen and thus work significantly better than those placed on the wall. In order to use this knowledge to increase safety, we at SFS offer floor-warning markings.
These include, on the one hand, the classic marking tapes, which are primarily intended to bring structure to production halls. These can be driven over by forklifts and their colouring shows a clear demarcation. On the other hand, we offer anti-slip edge markings to secure stairs and other tripping and falling hazards.The mixture of black and yellow serves as a classic warning colour combination for fixed and immovable obstacles. The red and white coloured floor-warning markings are for movable ones. ASR A2.1 and ASR A1.3 provide guidelines for the marking of danger zones and obstacles. To learn more about the standards, click on the corresponding guideline.
Are you overwhelmed by the choice? Then take a look at our catalogue for wall and warning markings. If you still don’t the information you need: Contact us, we will be happy to advise you!
Warning marking products for the floor
Anti-slip coverings as safety markings
Cleverly combined: Anti-slip effect and warning colours for permanent and anti-slip marking of danger spots.
Forklift-traversable floor markings
Hazardous areas can be marked particularly robustly and permanently with the help of floor marking tapes
Non-slip edge marking
For the hazard area of stairs and other falling and tripping hazards.
Vertical warning markings
Achieve a great effect with little effort – self-adhesive warning marking tapes to quickly and easily mark hazardous points on walls and machines.
Warning markings for the ground
Not only vertical obstacles offer a potential danger spot for accidents, but also horizontal obstacles such as trip hazards or fall edges must be marked accordingly. Discover products that offer long-term marking despite foot traffic.