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Traffic and logistics

Traffic and logistics

Site safety is also determined by indicating safe pedestrian, cycling or car routes. Situations in which people do not know where they are anymore and start wandering about should be avoided, particularly at large locations. Occupational health legislation states that situations in which employees, visitors or suppliers go into high-risk areas such as EX areas without knowing should be avoided.

A professional traffic plan

The larger and less clear a location is, the more important it is to have a proper traffic plan. A traffic plan makes an inventory of all the traffic flows, analysing and describing them. A professional traffic plan fits in seamlessly with the safety plans and zone drawings. A traffic plan should be our client’s starting point for the actual progression from plan to implementation: placing signs, applying lines etc. The types and locations of traffic signs, height markers, road markings, parking space markings, loading and unloading zone markings, building numbering and so forth are shown.

Industrial direction signs

Blomsma Signs & Safety offers various solutions for regular industrial direction signs. These generally involve providing clearly visible routes to and from the points where visitors enter and leave the location (not only clients and suppliers, but also tankers coming to load and unload). The signs may direct them to offices, permit desks, delivery points, inspection rooms, loading and unloading zones, car parks, etc. Industrial direction signs include pedestrian route directions, building codes, street name signs, outdoor directions, height markings, etc. This may also include logistical transport routes.