Heavy Duty floor tapes and 5s floor marking products were created with specific aim of helping managers make their facilities safer, more organized and productive
Chicago, IL (PRWEB)
August 04, 2017
Heavy Duty floor tapes and 5s floor marking products were created with specific aim of helping managers make their facilities safer, more organized and productive. Our heavy duty floor tapes’s labor saving easy to apply floor marking products are used in a wide variety of industries. Heavy Duty Tape wanted to offer a helpful 5s Safety Floor Marking Guide.
THE HEAVY DUTY TAPE GUIDE TO A SAFE AND EFFICIENT WORKPLACE
Heavy Duty Tape Floor Marking Tapes, Floor Signs and 5s approach will show great results for your facility. The more clarity, logic and clear communication people can bring to a workplace environment, the more safely and efficiently it will operate. Using Mighty Line products, in conjunction with a 5s organizational method, will result in tasks being completed more easily and quickly, and a decrease in workplace injuries.
THE BASIC 5s STEPS:
SORT: Leave in place only the items necessary to obtain optimal production.
SET IN ORDER: Use colors of Mighty Line floor tapes and floor markers to show work flow patterns, delineate work areas, and mark proper placement of tools, inventories, and machinery.
SHINE: When facilities keep things scrubbed, swept and sanitized, the environment can actually lift morale.
STANDARDIZE: Ensure everyone knows what they’re supposed to do, how best to do it, and when to do it, until it all becomes routine. Mighty Line floor tapes, floor signs and placement markers can play a big role here.
SUSTAIN: These practices are more than rules–they must become an integral part of a lean company culture. Over time facilities and warehouse adjust signs, markings, etc. as necessary.
So where does one start? Start with a plan. Think about what items worker’s need most often, and which are unnecessary. Which items should be nearer to each other? Which should be closer to the shipping area? Mark everything. Where should that trash can always stay? Mark it. Become a neutral observer and walk through the facility — where are the most likely collision…