Backing leaders and helpers
- Federal, state, and local government agencies
- Military services
- Public safety
- Correctional facilities
- Colleges and universities
- K-12 schools
- Long term care
- Cultural organizations
- Faith-based organizations
Jessup aligns strongly with government and institutional preferences for safety, sustainability, and accessibility. Our intrinsically safe non-slip and photoluminescent products comply with OSHA, ADA and ASTM regulations. Government and institutional organizations also order materials with unique properties using the Jessup Solve + MakeTM process.
Visual marking and wayfinding
Government agencies and institutions are often housed in large buildings and typically have a lot of visitors. Signage and wayfinding are important navigation aids in these locations, both indoors and outdoors.
Jessup makes photoluminescent film, safety equipment and egress markings such as exit signs, safety signs, and photoluminescent tapes. Jessup also makes non-slip film in different colors, patterns, and traction grades to help direct traffic safely. Graphics media from Jessup is used for printing directional signs, parking lot and garage markings, event signs, and interior décor. These products are used widely in public and institutional settings.
Preventing slip and fall accidents
Public buildings must be accessible to all citizens and guests. Jessup Safety Track® non-slip products are used to ensure excellent traction in pedestrian traffic areas and on stairs, ramps, transportation areas, and vehicles. Some things to consider:
• According to the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI), slips and falls account for over one million hospital emergency room visits annually and are the leading cause of workers’ compensation claims.
• According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC), floors and flooring materials are directly involved in more than two million fall injuries each year.
• According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), one of every three persons in the United States over the age of 65 will fall each year. For people aged 65-84, falls are the second leading cause of injury related death.