Category Archives: Duty of Care liability

Anti slip Coating or Surface modification?

Anti slip Coating or Surface modification? When you research Anti slip Coating on the internet it’s easy to get confused about what will provide the best solution to reduce the risk of a slip and fall accident. Among these hundreds of claims of effectiveness there is only two main types of solutions for surface treatment.…
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Do I really need Stair Nosing?

Do I really need Stair Nosing? Stair nosing is a section of anti slip product placed at the toe contact area of a stair tread. It should always be placed in a specific position providing a secure contact point for the toe when climbing or descending. It should always contrast the stair tread to ensure…
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Anti Slip Floors for Dogs

Anti Slip Floors for Puppies and Dogs Make it safe for you pet! The underdeveloped limbs of puppies and other small pets causes them to slip and fall while they are running and playing. These pets may sustain minor injuries if they happen to run across a floor that is slippery. Older pets may have…
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Is Anti Slip Epoxy the right choice?

Is Anti Slip Epoxy the right choice? More and more we are being called out to sites where the pedestrian surface was coated with Anti Slip Epoxy with a broadcast grit added, and after a period as short as 18 months have become very slippery again. After many years in this risk reduction industry a…
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