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Reduce Slips on Industrial, Commercial and Restaurant Flooring

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Business owners of all shapes and sizes understand the importance of keeping their work environment safe for customers and staff members. A slip and fall accident can create a mess of paperwork, legal fees, and worst of all, can bring harm to individuals most important to your company. If you have a slick flooring situation, it’s time to take measures to prevent an accident and boost safety at your establishment.

Safer industrial flooring

For a quick and lasting fix to your slippery floor, try SilCote AS from Slip Resistant Solutions. This product works especially great with slippery restaurant floors, slick garage or warehouse environments, or just anywhere that requires routine cleaning. While some non slip coatings will add grit under foot, SilCote AS is a smooth non slip paint on product, so you can easily clean those greasy or grimy restaurant floors without having to scrub cracks and crevices.

Let’s face it: a non slip mat can only cover so much surface area, and outfitting your team with non skid shoes is a headache. For other treatments to add safety to your commercial environment, visit www.slipresistantsolutions.com. You can also email us at sales@slipresistantsolutions.com and we’ll help you find the right non skid treatment to fix your situation.

Better looking, longer lasting alternative to non skid tape

Commercial and residential spaces can always use a touch of safety. When it comes to stairways, stairwells, entryways, hallways and any other area where slippery flooring exists, increasing the coefficient of friction is essential. Avoid the costly, dangerous and sometimes fatal repercussions of slip and fall accidents on your property.If you’ve wondered about using non skid tape to address [...]

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OSHA’s Guidelines for Safer Steps at Work

When it comes to keeping staff safe, does your flooring meet the requirements? According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there are several criteria businesses must meet to keep employee safety in good standing. Not adhering to these guidelines can result in a fine, or worse, the costly repercussions of employees getting hurt on the job.Slip and [...]

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