Chicken wire mesh is ideal for chicken enclosures and rabbit runs, but we wonder why it is still being used as a slip resistant measure when it’s a hazard in itself. Many local authorities, country parks, forestry and environment management and maintenance tend to use it because it’s cheap and quick way (they believe) to […]
Steps around the golf course are often a nice feature making the course both more aesthetically pleasing and more accessible. However, wooden stairs develop a slimy slippery coating outside thanks to rain, algae and moss. They can often become hazardous and increase the risk of the most common cause of major injuries… slips, trips and […]
It doesn’t take a scientist to work out that as the Winter season draws in it brings with it an increased risk of slip and trip accidents. That smooth surface that may be overlooked throughout the year can become an ice rink and an accident just waiting to happen. Protect employees, customers, and yourselves by […]
Great Britain guarantees at least one thing…that our winters are increasingly cold, wet, and icy. The unpredictable nature of the great outdoors makes the risk of slip accidents outdoors much greater than indoors.
The Project This Project was for Network Rail in Bermondsey, South London, and the work was carried out on one of their track access points of entry.
As we adapt to this new normal many people may be staying at home still or perhaps only a small amount of your workforce have come back to work, either of these will have resulted in a lower footfall at your site.
The myth about Decking ridges In decking construction there is one question that is sure to ignite passionate argument: Should decking ridges face up or down? There are debates that just won’t end. Decking timber usually has ridges that run along the length of the board. Also called “grooves” or “reeds”. These ridges on […]
Most commercial and industrial flooring access is time-consuming to put together, whether it is straight to the subfloor or a raised elevated structural floor project, either way, it’s usually quite labour intensive. In the commercial and industrial sectors, specifiers and developers are still using traditional flooring material such as metal, wood or concrete, but it’s heavy, and […]