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Safer Flooring with the ANSI/NFSI Standard

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Ensure your floors are safe for building occupants, and also protect against fraudulent slip-and-fall litigation claims by adhering to the National Floor Safety Institute's B101.1 ANSI standard. Come away with a thorough understanding of the standard and its necessity for all types of hard flooring. Also learn what types of products will help achieve high traction.

Learning objectives:
* Get a brief explanation of the B101.1 ANSI/NFSI Standard and why it came to be
* Learn how to ensure floors meet the standard
* Discover why meeting this slip resistance standard will ensure floor safety in your facility and protect against slip-and-fall fraud

You will also find ways to protect against fraudulent slip-and-fall litigation claims by adhering to the National Floor Safety Institute's B101.1 ANSI standard.


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