25-11-2019Warehouse Line Marking
Preventing workplace injuries should be of great importance to safeguarding your employees. — Programming Department
According to the HSE, there were more than 69,208 injuries to employees reported under RIDDOR last year, that’s 28.2 million working days lost due to workplace injuries and a £15 billion estimated cost of injuries and ill health from current working conditions.
Preventing these workplace injuries should be of paramount importance in order to safeguard your employees and customers. The team at Riggotts have specific solutions which can provide extra defence against workplace injuries.
Through the use of line marking, you can clearly define the areas you deem unsafe or could pose a potential injury if not outlined correctly. These areas can be identified in many ways, for example, colour coding or cross-hatching.
Health and safety is just one benefit of correctly used and positioned line markings. The Riggotts team can provide all manors of products, from highly reflective to slip-resistant, or both – they can provide.
Working internationally, Riggotts can not only provide the best quality products but offer their services directly to you without the use of subcontractors to maintain the rigorous quality control their customers deserve.
A returning client in Aryshire requested internal works to be carried out at there warehouse. However, due to surface complications, the paint could not be guaranteed the longevity it would typically provide. Using their specialist captive shot blaster (a machine developed by Riggotts), they prepared the surface giving it the qualities for perfect adhesion and the recipe for long-lasting line-markings.
In total, the Riggotts team carried out a total of 450 meters squared of solid area, 337m of 100mm yellow lining, 150m of 150mm yellow lining, 2357m of 200mm yellow lining and 964 metres squared of sealer – of which was all prepared by their captive shot blasting machine.