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WEARING SLIP-RESISTANT FOOTWEAR REDUCES WORKPLACE ACCIDENTS – September 2017
Slip-and-fall Accidents Prove Costly




FLOOR CARE FOR ALL SEASONS – September 2016
Protecting Floors From Snow, Ice And Sand


WATCH YOUR STEP – May 2016
Identifying Slip, Trip And Fall Hazards


WATCH YOUR STEP – May 2016
Tips And Benefits Of Improving Floor Safety


MORE TO MATS THAN MEETS THE EYE – September 2015
Mats That Defend Against The Elements


MORE TO MATS THAN MEETS THE EYE – September 2015
The Role Of Matting In Green Programs


MORE TO MATS THAN MEETS THE EYE – September 2015
Mats That Are Necessary For Every Program


MORE TO MATS THAN MEETS THE EYE – September 2015
Recommendations For Cleaning And Maintaining Mats


MORE TO MATS THAN MEETS THE EYE – September 2015
Mats That Prevent Slips And Falls



DON'T GET TRIPPED UP – November 2014
Develop A Slip-And-Fall Safety Strategy


DON'T GET TRIPPED UP – November 2014
Causes And Prevention Of Slips And Falls


DON'T GET TRIPPED UP – November 2014
OSHA Regulations On Floor Safety



WET, DRIPPING HANDS CREATE UNSANITARY RESTROOMS – May 2014
Hand Dryer Manufacturers Address the 'Water Issue'


WET, DRIPPING HANDS CREATE UNSANITARY RESTROOMS – May 2014
New Hand Dryer Accessories Divert Water From Restroom Walls and Floors


WET, DRIPPING HANDS CREATE UNSANITARY RESTROOMS – May 2014
Hand Dryer Water Collection Includes Reservoirs and Absorbent Ceramic


WET, DRIPPING HANDS CREATE UNSANITARY RESTROOMS – May 2014
Prevent Germs With Hand Dryer Mats




PREVENT SLIPS AND FALLS AS A VALUE-ADDED SERVICE – April 2013
Revised OSHA Walkway Requirements on the Horizon


PREVENT SLIPS AND FALLS AS A VALUE-ADDED SERVICE – April 2013
New Tests Measure Floor Traction


PREVENT SLIPS AND FALLS AS A VALUE-ADDED SERVICE – April 2013
OSHA Floor Audits Require a 'Qualified Person'


STANDARDIZING FLOOR MATS – April 2013
Matting That Reduces Slips, Trips And Falls


STANDARDIZING FLOOR MATS – April 2013
Safety Regulations For Commercial Mats


STANDARDIZING FLOOR MATS – April 2013
Further Explanation Of Matting Standards


SLIP AND FALL – November 2012
Test Floors To Meet Slip-and-fall Safety Standards
ANSI/NFSI slip-and-fall safety standards quantify the traction requirements for pedestrian safety and the prevention of slips and falls

SLIP AND FALL – November 2012
Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls With Matting
Healthcare facilities pose a greater risks for slips, trips and falls. Matting helps keep floors dry and safe

SLIP AND FALL – November 2012
Slip-and-Fall Accidents More Prevalent In Healthcare Facilities
Jan/san distributors can help prevent slip-and-fall accidents by training janitorial staffs on proper facility maintenance


– September 2012
Slip-And-Fall Standards Provide Protection For BSCs
A closer look at the role janitorial contractors play in reducing the risk of slip-and-fall accidents

– August 2012
ANSI Safety Standards Reduce Slip-and-Fall Accidents
ANSI/NFSI safety standards provide benchmarks for departments looking to prevent slip-and-fall accidents





– August 2011
Focusing on Floor Traction
To prevent slip-and-falls, departments must measure traction on floors

– August 2011
Preventing Slips And Falls
Proper prevention will minimize the likelihood of accidents and potential litigation associated with slip-and-fall instances


UP CLOSE: MATTING – October 2010
Stopping Slips, Trips and Falls
Proper placement and care of matting can help create safer flooring, especially for the elderly

FROM THE EDITOR – October 2010
Fraudulent Falls On The Rise




OPERATIONSLOG: FLOOR CARE – March 2009
Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention




FEATURE – February 2008
Preventing Slips, Trips And Falls
Improving floor safety protocols can recoup big dollars for facility managers


ISSA REPORTS: AUGUST 2006 – August 2006
ISSA Reports


OPERATIONS LOG – February 2005
Slips and Falls: Avoiding The Blame Game
Safety