Our policy is to provide our customers with effective, economical solutions to their health and safety issues and to advise and help them in whatever areas they may be experiencing difficulties.
Who are we?
Florida Non-Slip Services and Consultants was founded to offer innovative health and safety solutions to the industrial sector, the hospitality industry, hospitals, builders and architects, public and government facilities, restaurants, boating related businesses and other commercial establishments.
How can we make floors more slip resistant without causing any damage or visual changes to the treated surface?
A typical client will find that their floors are often slippery and, subsequently, dangerous to walk on when wet. Their only option is to optimize maintenance, set out warning signs and to try to prevent the floor from becoming wet. Besides the questionable effectiveness, in most cases this does not solve the underlying problem in that the floor will still become slippery when wet.
The certified technicians at Florida Non-Slip have the capability and expertise to treat any hard or resilient floor in order to make it slip resistant – dry or wet – by applying a unique industry leading treatment.
Our company is built on adherence to our core values:
Safety, Quality, Ethics and Integrity.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommends that walking surfaces in public areas have a SCOF of 0.50 or above in all conditions. OSHA has set forth a plan to increase its inspections at medical and retirement facilities this year in an effort to reduce slip and fall accidents in the workplace. They are also meeting with Congress to make the SCOF guideline of 0.50 into a RULE that all businesses must adhere to. Contact us if you need to book a COF testing for your surfaces.
The Americans with Disabilities Act calls for a SCOF of 0.60 for flat surfaces and a 0.80 for ramps. Meeting ADA guidelines may qualify an organization for a tax credit of up to $5,000 (please consult your tax professional) and many organizations also managed to reduce insurance rates. Do your floors meet ADA and OSHA guidelines? If not, please contact us for a free floor consultation so we can show you how our treatment will bring your “slippery” floors into compliance!