Information graphics, or infographics, present important information in bite-sized pieces for easier understanding.

Oftentimes, they can make complicated topics much easier to grasp. Many safety and business-related subjects can take some time to understand, like Gemba or pipe marking, and this website offers a selection of infographics to help you better understand these subjects, and hopefully, you can share them with others.

These infographics cover a variety of workplace safety and Lean manufacturing topics. Did you know first-line construction and extraction supervisors have the most hazardous jobs? Find out if your job made the list with the infographic on the 10 most hazardous jobs in the United States. Do you know when pipe marking season is? Brush up on your pipe labeling knowledge with our pipe marking compliance infographic.

Explore other safety infographics that cover a wide range of subjects such as forklift safety, arc flash, GHS, and more! Learn how to help keep workers from being fatigued on the job or learn what happens during an OSHA inspection. Helping you make more informed business decisions is another goal of these infographics. Discover Yokes in the workplace and find out how to take a Gemba walk through the facility. Explore the opportunities of customizable tool foam or see for yourself how much money our company could be saving with an in-house industrial label printer.

Our goal with sharing these infographics is to share some interesting facts and statistics with you in a more fun and visual way, there’s even one on Christmas safety! We hope these infographics can answer questions you may have, inform you on how to run a safer business, inspire you to implement some Lean tools and strategies or share important information easily with other workers in your facility.

Stop the Spread of Germs

Help stop the spread of germs with preventative actions you can start right now! This infographic from Creative Safety Supply describes best practices established by the CDC for restricting the spread of respiratory illness. If you can’t avoid exposure, make sure you’re disinfecting surfaces and objects that are frequently touched, washing your hands for at