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Slip-fall accidents account for 30% of all reported accidents. It is the second leading cause of accidental death and disability, after car accidents. Statistics show that 66% of injury cases for people 65 years or older were a result of a fall, and over 75% of slip-fall deaths occur to people 65 or older.
It is commonly believed that a wet floor is a slippery floor. For most slip-and-fall victims, they see unsafe floors and poor maintenance as the sole cause of their accident. How often have you heard an injured victim of a slip and fall blame himself for the accident? Rarely. But wet floors are not the only cause of slips and falls. In some cases, a wet floor can actually be less slippery than when dry. Hazardous floors are a direct cause of approximately 50% of most slip and fall claims while the other 50% is broken down into four different categories including footwear, improper hazard identification, poor training, and fraud.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)
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OHS states that all walkway surfaces shall be maintained in a non-slip condition. Steps with non-slip surfaces shall be provided; floors, footwalks, and passageways in the work area around machines or other places where a person is required to stand, or walk, shall be provided with an effective means to minimize slipping. A static coefficient of friction of .50 or above is considered a safe walkway surface with a dry condition. A reading below .50 is considered an unsafe surface.
Coefficient of Friction (COF)
COF is the measurement of slipperiness on a surface. When testing the surface, a rubber-soled shoe with a weight is pulled across a surface while measuring the amount of force required to pull it across (Static Coefficient). As may be expected, dry rubber soles on a dry surface have the highest coefficient of friction. For example, on a dry untreated Gloss Ceramic Tile, dry rubber has a COF of approx. .90 - .95. When the tile becomes wet from mopping or spills, the COF drops to .40 - .45. This is below minimum safety standards.
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We provide tile & grout cleaning solutions
for all types of floor & wall tiles