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Alpine Industries 24 Caution Wet Floor Sign Gray

Simple yet effective, the 4" Caution Wet Floor Sign is an economical solution to a potentially costly problem. Slipping and falling is one of the leading causes of workplace injuries, forcing employees to take time off and employers to hire temporary help. It can also lead to litigation if a customer should happen to get hurt in your business.

Floors and other surfaces can become wet for a variety of reasons – spills, cleaning, leaking pipes, wet precipitation and other short-term causes. Placed indoors or out, this sign is the perfect solution to preventing injuries on dangerous, slippery surfaces.

Providing long-lasting strength and use, this “wet floor” sign is expertly crafted out of polypropylene. The material boasts a high resistance to electricity and is chemical- and mildew-resistant, making it suitable for any environment. As such, it can easily be used in the workplace, grocery store, industrial site and other retail locations.

The A-frame style offers quick and easy setup in any space, while the 4-inch size makes it ideal for use in tight, narrow areas. There’s even a handle at the top for easy transporting from one location to the next. When not in use, the sign folds flat for convenient storage on a janitor cart or inside a closet.

“Caution Wet Floor” in bold black text in both English and Spanish, along with a red graphic popping against the grey background, clearly conveys the message to employees, customers and visitors. Avoid expensive litigation and worker’s compensation cases by alerting others to the potential hazard and save yourself time, money and a lot of headaches.





wednesday, november 24, 2021

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Alpine Gray Sign Floor Wet Caution 24 Industries Signs

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