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Slips, trips and falls are the leading cause of worker accidents. And because inconspicuous slippery spots are harder to identify, they're more likely to cause a slip and fall accident.

Take a clipboard or notebook and look around your facility to identify potential hazards — especially in these areas:


Production: Overspray, machine leaks, metal shavings, condensation from pipes, clutter.


Fluid Transfer: Leaks and drips from pumps, faucets and hoses.


Fleet Maintenance: Open oil pans and containers, oily or wet floors, trip hazards.


Warehouses and Loading Docks: Rain or snow seeping under doors, loose packing materials, leaking containers.


Entrances: Entrance mats that don't lay flat or capture water, poor lighting, low friction floor surfaces.


Restrooms and Locker Rooms: Wet and slippery floors, overflowing waste cans, leaky soap dispensers.


How does your list look? Chances are you found a couple of things that no one has noticed, so now you can take steps to correct the problems and make your facility a safer place.

Find more information on finding slips, trips and fall hazards in your facility.

OSHA Floor Safety: Preventing Slips & Falls

Are you doing enough to protect your workers and visitors from unsafe floors and slip-and-fall injuries? OSHA requires workplace floors to be kept clean and dry whenever possible, and PIG Floor Safety Products can help you eliminate slip hazards before they do damage. Adhesive-backed Grippy Mat and PIG Absorbent Mats can help you meet requirements; and our Spill Kits and Spill Containment products, along with regular inspections, can help you keep floors dry and slip-free.


It only takes one leak or spill at the wrong time in the wrong place to create a slip-and-fall injury. You can eliminate slip hazards before they do damage by stocking up on PIG Floor Safety Products. PIG Absorbent Mats and PIG Grippy Adhesive-Backed Mats can help you comply with OSHA reg 29 CFR 1910.22(a)(2) for keeping floors clean and dry. We’ve also got berms, dikes and barriers when you need to block or contain liquids without absorbing them. Wanna learn from the floor safety experts? Train your workplace with online spill response courses from PIG Training.

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