A few months ago, we touched on the subject of slippery boardwalks and the perils of using chicken wire mesh as a method of slip resistance when it’s a hazard in itself. As well as boardwalks, countryside stiles also have their problems. These get slimy with a build-up of algae and moss and are extremely […]
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.
Over the years working with many golf courses, we’ve had a few customers who have bought our products after ‘getting their fingers burnt’ by not safeguarding their course against avoidable slips and trips. We all know that those ‘No Win, No Fee’ solicitors need to earn some money somewhere! They are waiting to handle a […]
We are proud to share that over 700 of the UK’s Golf Club’s now enjoy the safety benefits of GripClad’s anti-slip products. Is a ‘rubber crumb’ product a good alternative? In recent months we’ve had a few enquiries from golf courses regarding the ‘rubber crumb’ flooring solution products similar to those found in playgrounds to […]
Golf is increasingly becoming a year-round sport, subsequently this means the club’s maintenance tasks will increase and the quieter period when maintenance is usually scheduled will decrease.
Whether it is a car park in an airport, hospital, supermarket, train station or a shopping centre, these public areas receive a size-able footfall and revenue.
We’ve recently helped Red Funnel Ferries with a gangway refurbishment with our anti-slip panels, in quick time!
By now we hope you know that GripClad specialises in all things produced from GRP composites, and this covers anti-slip solutions and safety access. It is the latter we want to bring to your attention – our GRP Gratings are often used as an application in the construction industry, predominately for service riser voids. Service […]