Mighty Line 5S floor marking signs are perfect for marking different areas in your warehouse. Our 5S floor signs can be used to designate high-danger areas, safety precautions, reserve vehicle parking, and evening traffic patterns for your facility. Stop painting your warehouse floors and start using Mighty Line Tape’s 5S signs.
Our Line of 5S Floor Marking Signs
At Mighty Line Tape, we know how important it is to keep your workspace operating efficiently and safely, and with a large variety of floor signs, you can find all signage needs in one spot. Our products can be used in industrial settings, hospitals, schools, oil and gas facilities, and much more.
With so many signs available from Mighty Line Tape, we are the one-stop shop for all your signage needs. Several of our 5S floor sign categories include:
Standard 5S Floor Signs – With businesses and buildings ranging in size and code requirements, Mighty Line Tape provides three standard size options for important floor signs. The sizes include:
Our products are designed to make your business function as efficiently as possible. With peel-and-stick application, applying your floor signs around the workspace has never been so easy. In addition to easy application with the 5S floor tape, several other benefits include:
No residue is left behind after removal
5S floor tape is 50 MIL thick
Withstands all traffic, including forklift and truck traffic
Our Mighty Line Floor Tape, Mighty Line Floor Signs and Mighty Line 5S products will yield measurable results. The more clarity, logic and clear communication you 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. So where do you start? Start with a plan. Think about what items you 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 your facility — where are the most likely collision points? Which passageways tend to get blocked? What are the safety hazards? Document and store your plan. Consider taking photographs of the layout and flow lines, etc. Conduct an annual review of the plan and revise and correct as needed.