In food processing facilities, hygiene and contamination prevention practices matter. Things need to get done the same way every time to prevent serious safety consequences like foodborne illnesses. Visual tools such as food hygiene signs and kitchen safety signs can remind people of the proper procedures to follow for their tasks. These safety signs pertain to clothing requirements, hand washing requirements, details about how spaces are used, cross-contamination prevention, and other food safety procedures.
Browse our selection of food safety floor signs below to find the messages you want for your facility. Placing signs on the floor gives people the information they need right where they need it. No need to look to the nearest wall, machine, or other surface for posted kitchen signage. That means time saved, less confusion, and fewer mistakes.
Floor signs are made from durable industrial materials that hold up to water and chemical spills, UV rays, and foot and vehicle traffic. They’ll last 7+ years without fading, too. Select the size and adhesive backing of your choice—permanent adhesive or removable adhesive. To install your sign, peel off the backing and press the sign to a clean, dry floor. It’s fast, easy, and won’t cause downtime.
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A variety of visual communication tools can contribute to an effective food safety sign system. You can use food hygiene posters, food safety posters, signs to assist with a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) system, emergency signs, no smoking signs (and other policy signs), PPE requirement labels, and other visuals that contain relevant health and safety information. These signs generally use elements including clear headers, bold text, and simple pictograms or graphics to communicate information.
Floor signs like those above do an effective job of conveying information at the places where it’s needed. You can also post wall signs with food safety messages. When used in conjunction with other workplace safety signs, food safety signs help keep the facility and consumers safe. When you select signs for your workplace, consider using uniform formats or color schemes so employees can easily understand these visuals. Also choose signs that can handle food-processing environments with wet surfaces, cold temperatures, and other industrial conditions. Creative Safety Supply signs will get your food safety messages across and they’ll last a long time.
Combined with appropriate training such as food hygiene training, HACCP training, and food handling courses, food safety signage makes work processes safe and easy to understand. A food safety supervisor can also reinforce food safety requirements. Making food safety a team effort, though, is key to success.
Once you have your food safety signs in place, check in with employees to make sure the signs are understood. Then periodically check on the signs themselves to make sure they’re clean and in good condition.