Anti Slip Flooring: Better Investment than Compensation
Many businesses from restaurants to manufacturers do not realize that slip and fall accidents cost an average of $11,000 per claim. Accidents occur in areas of the workplace made unsafe by cleaning products, leaks and spills. 11 percent of all claims through workers’ compensation are due to a slip and fall accidents.
Slip Resistant Flooring for Kitchens
If you are a small business owner living the dream of running your own restaurant installing Non & Anti slip flooring is a worthwhile investment for your kitchen. Consider that this flooring will lessen the chances of staff slip and fall accidents as well as offering a hygienic flooring option ideal for kitchens. These floors are mould resistant and will help prevent build up from common kitchen challenges such as sticky, greasy build-ups. As well these floors are very low maintenance but highly resistant to everyday wear. They are also ideal in an area where hot pans, sharp knives and other dangerous items can be dropped and cause damage. Industrial non and anti slip flooring can take the punishment an industrial kitchen dishes out.
Factories and Warehouses
Factories and warehouses offer additional challenges in the work place as stairs; different level platforms and occurrences of potential leaks are high. If you do a walk through of your site you may find many red flags that are classic accident-prone areas such as sudden level changes, dark halls and stairways and constant leaks or spills. All of these issues can prove dangerous in the work place and lead to unfortunate and costly injuries to staff. Non & anti slip flooring can also be applied to stairs and stair noses. Tactile flooring can also assist in areas with sudden level changes such as ramps, especially on sites where staff may be pushing large bins and dollies where the flooring changes may not be as noticeable.
Investing in non & anti slip flooring may prove far less costly than paying out insurance and compensation claims.
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