Safety tapes serve important functions in the workplace. They highlight hazards, mark walkways, help people find exit routes, and add traction. These tapes also provide visual instructions that make it easier for people to navigate through spaces. Different types of safety tapes have varying levels of visibility and durability and come in many colours, patterns, and widths. Examples of safety tapes include barrier tape, reflective tape, floor marking tape and anti-slip tape. Browse through this category for various safety tapes available in Zambian stores.
Safety tapes and reflective tapes are highly visible in order to warn personnel of hazards or construction conditions. Safety tapes are used for industrial identification, colour coding, aisle marking, bundling, flagging applications or to mark an area's perimeter.
Black and yellow hazard tape/barricade tape is one of the most well-known colour combinations in all industries. Primarily used to alert employees about using caution in certain areas, or even prohibiting entry, this kind of tape is ubiquitous in the safety world.
Safe to Use. This caution tape is UV-resistant, non-toxic, and non-flammable, making it a safe choice for any establishment.
Red Danger Tape Indicates: There is a safety and health concern of an immediate or high potential degree in the area. Some of these immediate dangers could include overhead loads, suspended loads, work being performed overhead, high noise exposure, open holes, fall protection required, confined space entry and more.
Police tape is a form of barrier tape that warns the public that emergency services are investigating an area, thus prohibiting entry. This is also known as crime scene tape or do not cross tape, and is used mostly for crime scenes but also for crowd control.
To remove safety tape
Reflective tape - Can be seen to a distance up to 200 meters. Safety reflective helps prevents accidents by providing your with maximum visibility in both daytime and low-light conditions Fluorescent yellow makes your highly visible for cars over.
A red-and-white colourway, known as “firefighter tape”, is used to protect the public from dangerous premises. This keeps the public away from fire-related risks such as smoke inhalation, airborne toxins and damaged buildings.
Red tape means, “Do not enter without permission from site supervisor” Barricade tape does not just come in yellow and red.
For safety and first aid
Green / White – for safety and first aid. Blue / White – for defective machinery. Orange / White – for traffic and caution warnings. Black / Yellow – for physical hazards.
Cordova's red danger barricade tape is non-toxic, lead-free, non-flammable and remains flexible in cold temperatures.
Caution tape should be used at accident or crime scenes, as a short-term visual barrier like a condemned house, and to avoid contamination of a crime scene. We have all seen caution tape on the ground or blowing around after rain or in strong winds.