Set up a wet floor sign after you’ve mopped or cleaned up a spill to make your employees and visitors aware that floors may be slippery and hazardous. These signs have simple designs, but they are great at catching the attention of your guests. Choose a fluorescent yellow style that is easy to see, even in dimly lit areas, or go with a decorative wet floor caution sign to use in elegant restaurants, hotel lobbies, and other upscale settings.
Our selection of hazard signs includes A-frame styles that are easy to set up, cones that won’t easily fall over, and barriers that will completely block off an entire hallway for more intense spills. Almost every wet floor sign is multi-lingual for use in highly diverse areas like hotels and conference centers. Each wet floor caution sign also features an image of a person slipping, which is the universal symbol used for wet floors, ensuring that all guests, including children are aware of the hazards.
Even if the smallest spill occurs, it’s still necessary to set up a wet floor sign. If someone slips in your establishment, and you didn’t set out a warning sign, you may be held responsible. Instead, it’s better to be proactive and make sure everyone is aware of wet surfaces. Whether you’re setting these out in your restaurant kitchen, or you’re placing them in highly trafficked hallways in your hotel, these caution signs will help protect your visitors. To prevent floors from becoming oversaturated when mopping, be sure to have wet mop buckets with wringers in supply. You may also want to stock up on other restaurant compliance signs and mesh cut resistant gloves to keep your staff and customers safe.
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