The Leading Edge on Safety Is Engineered from the Ground Up
Learning Objectives - After this course, you should be able to:
- Explain the differences between a slip, trip, and fall, and identify the specific areas in which they occur.
- Define the agencies that use coefficient of friction to measure and recommend slip resistance.
- Describe applications where non-slip flooring products are used to ensure occupant safety.
- Discuss styles of safety flooring products to protect the welfare of occupants.
- Examine criteria in evaluating slip-resistant products for your flooring application.
Course eligible for OAA Learning Hours
Approved for Core Learning
Approved for structured learning
This course can be self-reported for Learning Units to the Architectural Institute of British Columbia
This course is approved as a Core Course
Course may quality for Learning Hours with NWTAA
The purpose of this presentation is to educate safety professionals on the different types of slip-resistant products available—their advantages and disadvantages, statistics on slips and falls, methods and machines used to measure slip resistance, and an overview of current regulatory standards.
|Sarah McCollough has a Bachelor of Science from Eastern Michigan University and more than five years of industry experience. She is responsible for all sales functions, including exchanging technical information with clients and visiting their facilities upon request to determine application solutions. Sarah has been presenting AIA presentations to architectural and engineering firms for the past few years and has spoken for Fortune 500 companies several times, educating clients on safety and SlipNOT® products.|
|SlipNOT® manufactures an all metal slip resistant coating that is applied to steel, stainless steel, and aluminum flooring products. High traction products such as floor plate, grating, ladders, and stair treads are designed to increase safety while decreasing your risk exposure. http://www.slipnot.com/|