This 2 minute safety training video covers: What are the three types of walking surfaces, how to avoid slips by being aware of what type of surface that you are walking on, what are the non-slip surfaces, how moderately slippery surfaces become a danger, what are the slippery surfaces, where is the most slippery surfaces in a building, what are the other things that can cause slips.This clip was taken from a full-length training video. Click here to watch the 17 minute full length version.
Slips, trips, and falls are no laughing matter. They’re involved in most of the accidents that occur in workplaces every day. They cause 17% of disabling occupational injuries and 15% of on-the-job fatalities. But slips, trips, and falls can be prevented.
Atlantic’s "Slips, Trips and Falls" program discusses the mechanics of slips, trips and falls, the types of hazards that employees are likely to encounter that lead to them, and the safe practices and equipment that they can use to stay safe on their feet.
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Slips are no respect to a person, no respect to a place it happens to anyone anywhere. Consider the most common causes wet surfaces; it can be as ordinary as mud and leaves in a rain paddled to an obscurest spill like oil, grease and fluid. Dry spills they are deceivingly dangerous powders, dusts, plastic wrappings, granules all quickly accumulate creating hazardous walking surfaces. Highly polished surfaces, freshly wax ceramic and marble floors may be attractive to look at but around certain to walk on. Be especially attentive when moving between rooms, from carpeting to tile, the distinctly different floor textures can catch you off guard.