OSHA Tape Color Code Explained

aisle marking tape from thetapeworks.comVinyl tape has long been the choice for marking areas in a work space that have specific task designations or represent hazardous areas.

OSHA (The Occupational Safety & Health Administration) has created a code system to indicate what specific colors applied to work areas (primarily the floor) mean to workers.

Yellow-Marks aisles and spaces between those aisles

Red-Areas, equipment or machinery that may be hazardous

Green-Location of safety supplies or equipment like first aid or fire extinguishers

Blue-Machinery or equipment in need of repair

White-locations for storage

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