An engineering team was assembled. Much discussion ensued how to comply with OSHA yet keep the factory a "friendly" environment.
The solution was to delineate the yellow safety paint outlines with black hash marks, so as to be noticeable yet not be so much of a "yellow" beast."
A maintenance helper was tasked to obtain the necessary paint and supplies. They waited, and waited, and waited for him to return. They waited some more, and waited, and waited. Finally, he shows up but has rather disappointing news. He reported that none of the area suppliers could provide yellow and black striped paint.
Moral: Make sure everyone understands what they are asked to do. It involves time and could be rather expensive. By the way, no one makes striped paint. (I was there when this really happened).