Epoxy Flooring

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] What is epoxy? Epoxy is a material constructed from a liquid polymer that is transformed into a durable polymer when properly blended. Epoxy resin and hardener curing conditions can be modified to create the desired mechanical...

5 TIPS FOR SLIPPERY FLOORS IN RESTAURANTS

  You've spent a fortune on non-skid shoes trying to keep your employees safe, but did you know there are a few great tips that can create non-slip floor tiles, affordably and easily? Food preparation and dining areas are notoriously slippery in restaurants due...

Do you know the COF rating of your floors?

Statistics prove that an accident is bound to happen at some point if traction levels do not meet OSHA/ADA guidelines for floor safety. Certain tile surfaces do not meet the recommended rating when exposed to wet conditions. Knowing the Coefficient of Friction rating...

WET FLOORS ARE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!

Over 8 million slip-and-fall accidents occur in North America every year, with over 600,000 resulting in hospitalization. More than 15,000 people die annually as a result of a slip and fall which has doubled in the last 10 years. The Center for Disease Control and...

5 Top Tips for Bathroom Safety

With its slippery and hard surfaces, the bathroom is one of the most dangerous places in your home. On average, an estimated 234,000 nonfatal bathroom injuries occur in the U.S. among people 15 and older, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and...

How to minimize negligence claims

The need for a company to show its due diligence and to be proactive is a key factor in the event a slip and fall incident occurs. Now, when an incident occurs, the attorneys handling the litigation will not only ask for a copy of your company's floor safety program...