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Glow-in-the-dark floor signs show employees safe way out during an emergency

 Anti-skid dots in dark warehouse.
Anti-skid dots in dark warehouse.

Visual Workplace, Inc. offers durable pre-made and custom glow-in-the-dark signs to ensure that critical information can be seen by building and vehicle personnel in the event of an emergency such as a power failure or building filled with smoke during a fire. Signs glow brightest for the first 60 minutes then fade to remain lightly visible for several hours in total darkness. Applications include evacuation maps, safety signage, instructional labels and emergency path markers. Peel and stick Glow Floor Decals are also available in circles, arrows and strips made of flexible material that conforms to curved surfaces and is slightly textured for an anti-skid surface.

Glow-in-the-dark signs and decals are light green when lights are on, and emit a green/yellow glow when lights are off. Ideal for use near exits, passageways and staircases, Visual Workplace glow-in-the dark signs help to ensure compliance with OSHA Standard 1910.22(b)(2) which states, “Permanent aisles and passageways shall be appropriately marked.”

Key features include:

  • Durable 0.046” PVC with extended glow life
  • Custom signs at no additional cost
  • Lead-free and eco friendly
  • Indoor/outdoor use
  • 5 year life away from direct sunlight 

Company info

7381 Ardith Ct SW # C
Byron Center, MI
US, 49315


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