OSHA Aisle Width

By Michael Sleigh on 2008-11-24 13:30:10 -

The OSHA marking and width requirements for aisles in industrial operations comes from a 1972 standard number 1910-22(b).  This standard shows that aisle widths need to be at least 3 feet wider than the largest equipment to be used in the aisle or a minimum of 4 feet, whichever is wider.  Aisle markings should be between 2 and 6 inches wide.

Mighty Line Aisle Marking Tape meets requirements of the OSHA standard.  Mighty Line is the original durable striping for industrial applications.  Mark your aisles every 3 years with Mighty Line instead of 2-3 times per year with cheap imitations.