Line Marking Makes Stadiums and Sports Clubs a Safer Place

Line marking involves a number of factors and ultimately provides uniformity in large spaces in which people need to quickly adapt to and navigate around. Stadium line marking applies to the same guidelines and does help and improve health and safety when large numbers of people are in one space. Lines and markings have been standardised and applied in public areas to enforce people to conform.

Why Are Stadium Line Markings So Important?

Public buildings have always been heavily reliant on Health and Safety guidelines, and the lifeblood to preventing accidents. A sports stadium has a multitude of uses to hold a number of sports which within the rules of some popular sports, are heavily reliant on line markings.

What Can KVR Coatings Services Supply for Sports Arenas?

In addition to line marking services, KVR Coatings can provide internal resin flooring applications which have a number of important uses across club and sports stadium facilities.

  • Stadium Corridor Walkways
  • Toilets
  • Player Changing Rooms
  • Stadium Club Stairwells
  • Stadium Club Shops
  • Reception Areas
  • Wet Room Floors
  • Medical Rooms

Stadium & Sports Arenas who have used our Marking Services

Swansea Football Club | Swansea, Wales

Crossford Bridge Stadium | Sale, Manchester

Stairwell Flooring Markers

Typically stadium flooring is made of concrete materials because of the robustness and longevity of the material. Its dark grey compound, means lines can be applied to any stadium flooring and are particularly useful for areas that are low lit to distinguish pedestrianised areas.

Stadium Stairwell Lettering & Numbering

Numbering and lettering can provide purposeful guidance to other access areas of the stadium. Most stadiums display colour codes to help people understand pedestrianised areas and navigate to their seats or public facilities during their visit. Visual signals replaces verbal instruction when stadium do not have people employed to instruct directions as and when uncertainty or confusion happens.

Stadiums are typically designed and referenced into designated blocks which are letter, number and colour coded. This visual signals means that people are able to absorb and remember these instructions quickly.

Stadium Carparks

With an average stadium holding between 10,000 and 60,000 people on one particular event, it becomes a critical matter to ensure peoples safety is protected. Walkways need to be created to uniform walking patterns and instruct transport to park safely away from obstruction. Pedestrians walking means they also need to stay safe and follow lined marks.

Disabled Hatched areas

A hatched area is described as rectangle space marked with yellow diagonal lines crossing each other. They are conventionally seen covering car park spaces designed for transport carrying disabled passenger. The hatched area means people with disabilities can use the hatched area to safely and comfortably get in and out of a vehicle. Stadiums that facilitate hatched areas shows a great importance to making the environment safe and accessible for people that have disability needs.

Personalised Stadium Lettering Marking

When safety is at the forefront of Stadium, accidents can not afford to happen and prevention is the only protection. Whilst lines and numbers work extremely well, sometimes these visual signals do not provide the right instruction without another enforcement. Paint marked lettering can be used to compound any word required. Stop and Slow seen in many roads and carparks, work very well in uniformed instruction. This method works very well in giving instruction and can be marked in White, Red, Blue or Yellow.

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