When you inspect your facility to uncover the potential floor safety hazards, i is very important to remember to check the floor and look up.
Slippery floors aren’t always caused by overspray or spills. The problem could be a leaky roof or a drip from an overhead pipe. Fire protection can save your life from a fire, but if it leaks, it could negatively affect your life. Injuries caused by floor safety hazards affect people daily.
Slippery floor hazards come in many shapes and forms. This could include spilled drinks, rain, or even irrigation overspray. In commercial environments, things like oil leaks, steam from oil, and even poor cleaning habits can cause a slippery floor hazard.
How can slippery floor hazards be prevented?
You could make a few simple changes to avoid a floor safety hazard. These include:
- Apply anti-slip treatments to your tiles
- Use aluminum stair nosing on your stairs
- Install non-slip tape onto your slippery wooden deck stairs
- Paint a non-slip coating onto your slippery ramp or walkway
The simplest way to avoid slippery floors is to use products that are designed to fix slippery floors
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