Most property owners are aware of their legal obligation to provide a safe pedestrian environment for visitors and employees. While the majority of floor surfaces are safe when they are dry, once they come into contact with water they can become very slippery.
In order to find the most effective non slip floor treatment, a number of factors must be considered, including:
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- Type of floor surface: Tiles, concrete, timber, checker plate, marble may require specialised non-slip treatment specifically suited to that type of floor.
- Use of floor surface: Whether a floor is designed for a domestic, commercial or industrial use will impact greatly on the type of anti-slip treatment chosen.
- Dry or wet environment: Floors that are always dry have different slip resistance requirements to those that become wet occasionally or are constantly wet which will impact on the type of nonslip treatment installed.
offers floor safety advice to business and homeowners, potentially saving property owners thousands of dollars if floors are found to be unsafe after installation.
If floors have been installed and have lost their slip resistance over time, Grip Guard operators can measure their coefficient friction and determine the correct anti-slip floor safety treatment for that particular floor.
Grip Guard provides floor safety inspections allowing property owners/managers to ensure that they have met their duty of care in regards to floor safety. If floors are found to be unsafe, operators can provide an obligation free quote for the most appropriate non-slip solutions.
Grip Guard operators are available throughout Australia and New Zealand including Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin and selected regional areas.