Warehouse Safety Tips | Episode 121 | What Are The OSHA Color Codes – Part 2?

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What are the OSHA Color Codes – Part 2?

What are the OSHA Color Codes – Part 2?

On today’s podcast – once again, we’re going to be answering the question “What are the OSHA Color Codes?”.
So stay tuned.
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And now that all that is out of the way – let’s get to the Podcast!

What are the OSHA Color Codes?
A few episodes ago, we discussed “What are the OSHA Color Codes?” (Specifically Yellow and Red).  Once again, if you’re not aware of what OSHA is – we covered this a few weeks ago in Episode 115 – ” What Does OSHA Stand For?”.  It’s an acronym that represents the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
As a refresher – the colors we previously covered were yellow for caution and red for danger.
Today we’re going to cover two more of the OSHA Color Codes – blue and orange.
If you’re a viewer of this podcast, you’ll already know this – but, we always like to remind you.  We keep things very short and to the point for time purposes.  We provide a general and high-level look at the topics at hand – but, almost all of our topics can and should be looked into much deeper.  With that said, here are our next two OSHA Color Codes.
Blue isn’t quite as recognizable outside of settings where OSHA Guidelines are in place – so we’ll cover it first.  In these OSHA-related areas, when you see the color blue it’s generally related to indicating where specific areas and items are.  First Aid areas would be a great example of this.
Orange makes its way outside of OSHA Guidelines.  When you see the color orange – it’s an indication of a warning.  Think in terms of Hunting Clothing or Construction Signs on the highway.  This color should immediately have you paying attention.
For more information on all of OSHA’s Color Codes – visit OSHA.gov and search “Color Codes”.

We look forward to seeing you next week for another Warehouse Safety Tips.

Until then, have a great week and STAY SAFE!

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