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Low Profile Cable Covers prevent trips and falls

by Dave Collins on December 18, 2016

Sick of tripping over laptop or projector cords? Want to set a good example when delivering safety presentations? Do you rely on masking tape or mistakenly use Cable Protectors as trip prevention devices in pedestrian environments? Cable Protectors are a load bearing device designed to protect cords and cables and have no minimum height or […]

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Funny slip. trip and fall videos.

by Dave Collins on November 25, 2016

Funny slip. trip and fall videos.

A fainting experience Funny slip trip and fall videos mostly taking at wedding receptions Some of the people seem t…

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General Liability Information

by Dave Collins on November 22, 2016

GENERAL LIABILITY INFORMATION: Air Conditioning and Indoor Air Quality Airborne Debris Balustrades Car Parks CCTV Centre Vehicles Electrical Safety Entrances & Exits Escalators & Travelators Floors Surfaces Playgrounds GUIDE TO PUBLIC LIABILITY INCIDENT PREVENTION & MANAGEMENT: DISCLAIMER: This document is for general information only.  While it directs attention to and comments upon potential loss control […]

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Slip Resistance Testing

by Dave Collins on September 30, 2016

SLIP RESISTANCE TESTING SlipSmart provides Slip Resistance Testing of flooring surfaces to Property Owners and Managers. Slip/Fall incidents are one of  the main causes cited in personal injury litigation. Slipping, tripping and falling accidents account for a significant proportion of the accidents that occur in public places. Accurate measurements of your pedestrian surfaces on a […]

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Ways to Avoid Slips, Trips and Falls

by Dave Collins on September 23, 2016

Ways to Avoid Slips, Trips or Falls: Accidents at Work By RG Anuva Slips, trips and falls are probably the most common causes of accidents in the world. In the United States alone, these account for nearly 20% of all accident claims. If you injure yourself at work because of these reasons, then you are […]

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