ISO7010 Colour Standards in Factory and Warehouse MarkingInternational standards are becoming more prevalent for our warehouse marking tape PermaStripe. One of our aims is to always inform our customers of what standards are potentially applicable and to provide some form of detail.
What is ISO7010?ISO7010 is the international standard created in 2003 to assist with consistent safety sign regulation across Europe. This regulation concerns workplace safety signs and colour markings for accident prevention, fire protection, health & hazard information and emergency evacuation. Regulations are put in place to help provide a standardised system that is recognised throughout Europe. Interestingly, the UK didn't adopt this standard until 2013, before then abiding by its own standard, BS 5499. The UK changed to ISO7010 in January that year once the standard became a European Normative ( EN ) and adopted by European law. Heskins try to choose colours that are vibrant and are a true representation of the colour being neither too dark not too light. We now produce a range of colours that match ISO7010, the colours apply to both rolls and warehouse markers. The colours used are detailed below;
- Black - RAL 9004 Signal Black (used on all as representation for black)
- Blue - RAL 5005 Signal Blue (used for warehouse markers)
- Green - RAL 6032 Signal Green (used for PermaStripe, green/white PermaRoute and warehouse markers)
- Red - RAL 3001 Signal Red (used for PermaStripe, red/white PermaRoute and warehouse markers)
- White - RAL 9003 Signal White (used for green/white PermaRoute, red/white PermaRoute and warehouse markers)
- Yellow - RAL 1003 Signal Yellow (used for PermaStripe, black/yellow PermaRoute and warehouse markers)
You can read more of our articles and product pages relating to 5S warehouse optimisation here. For more information on our ISO7010 standardised products, you can contact the sales team via phone, live chat or fill out the contact us form and a member of our sales team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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