This week is Road Safety Week (18-24 November). We are helping to raise awareness of the importance of road safety and the charity Brake.
If you work in a distribution centre it’s likely that the next few months are going to be some of the busiest of the year. Ensuring you are prepared it key to success.
We always recommend shot blasting to prepare surfaces ready for line marking. If you’ve had line laid before it’s essential to remove all traces of the old markings, if you’re having lines marked on a surface that doesn’t have existing markings shot blasting is still important as it removes the top layer of concrete and any dirt or marks and creates a surface with the optimum bond for the markings.
Hot off the press, and arriving just in time, the new Parallel Lines brochure was debuted at the Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce Business Expo on Thursday 10th October at the Three Counties Showground.
Health and safety markings aren’t just there to provide walkways for employees, to hatch off no go areas, or protect machinery; they are also there to highlight important, and life-saving, equipment and directions such as to fire doors and fire exits.
School playground markings are a really fun, and colourful, way to make learning a little more exciting for children. While the markings focus on play and interaction there is usually an educational element, whether it involves numbers, the alphabet or a compass.
When it comes to line marking there are many different types of thermoplastic that can be used, depending on the requirements of the work being completed. If you’ve ever wondered about the different types of thermoplastic used in line marking this is the blog for you!
When it comes to health and safety at work you can’t afford to take shortcuts.
Keeping employees, contractors and visitors safe should be paramount, especially if they are working or walking around machinery and vehicles.
If your business has a leased unit and you move premises, chances are it will need some work before it is returned to the owner or landlord.
When you work in a factory or warehouse environment, health and safety is a priority for you and your employees.