PathFinder Wayfinding Products Released
BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS STAFF
Published January 29, 2015
PathFinder, a new line of floor marking and safety tapes from Graphic Products, helps facilities organize workflow and create barriers between workers and potential hazards. The wide variety of tapes offer visual communication solutions to designate forklift zones, add traction to slippery steps, light darkened hallways, and convey safety messages when and where workers need it most.
“Floor marking tape is an easy and inexpensive tool for companies,” said Josh Ball, product manager with Graphic Products. “Unlike paint or permanent barriers, tape can be applied within minutes and removed when needed.”
The PathFinder line includes various categories of industrial-strength tape. Heavy Duty tape is rugged, standing up to long term use, heavy forklift traffic, and spills when used on warehouse floors. Tread tapes are designed to eliminate slips and falls in the workplace and are OSHA compliant to keep workers safe when used on catwalks, staircases, and ramps.
Reflect tape directs attention and prevents accidents day and night when used on the back of trucks, rail cars, and around transportation barriers. Glow tape illuminates lowlight conditions when used on emergency exits, fuse boxes, and handrails. Print tape offers customizable safety messages to remind workers of required personal protective equipment, hazards, and warehouse traffic.
“Floor marking tape is a versatile tool,” Ball said. “Whether you’re directing traffic or organizing a workspace, organized boundaries create more efficient work environments.”
Graphic Products has also introduced a complimentary Floor Marking Guide in support of the PathFinder launch, which provide real-world floor marking applications, OSHA and ANSI recommendations, and inspection checklists, which safety managers can use to analyze their own safety communications.
About Graphic Products
Graphic Products is an innovative leader, providing solutions for safety and visual communication since 1970. The company's full line of safety products, services, and DuraLabel line of industrial label and sign printers are designed for the modern workforce. Graphic Products leads the industry with safety training materials, educational resources, and up-to-date news and compliance information on topics like arc flash, chemical labeling, and pipe marking.