Category Archives: Non Slip Guidelines

Occupier’s Liability and slip fall accidents

Occupier's Liability and Anti-Slip Floor Treatment One of the most pressing reasons to invest in anti slip floor treatment is the strict law governing occupier's liability and slip fall accidents. Occupier's liability law refers to a sub-category of tort law dealing with the liability of owner-occupiers of property for slip fall injuries sustained by visitors…
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Meeting BCA Codes with Stair Nosing

Meeting  Stair Building Codes 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 by at least 30%…
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Slip Fall litigation is on the increase

Slip Fall litigation is on the increase Slip and Fall legal cases are on a rapid increase in Australian courts. What might surprise you is that this increase has less to do with poor floor choices and more to do with the economy! As economies tighten around the world and unemployment increases, there is an…
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Professional Slip Assessment

Professional Slip Assessment Whether you’re a commercial property owner, local authority or private homeowner, a professional slip assessment and anti slip floor treatment is a must. It not only protects you from costly negligence litigation, but also prevents the painful, crippling injuries that can result from slip fall accidents. Of course, not all floors are…
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