Nano-Tech Flooring—A Step In the Right Direction
Businesses that have employees, and open themselves up to the public, are under a legal obligation to maintain reasonably safe premises for the protection of their customers and employees.
But exactly what does that mean? What constitutes a “reasonably safe premises?”
As any lawyer will tell you, there are a multitude of meanings. One area that’s well agreed upon, however, is the need to take preventative measures. Safeguarding your establishment’s flooring ranks high on a business owner’s list of legal responsibilities.
When a slip and fall accident does occur the business may be liable for injuries if it can be shown that the slip and fall occurred due to unsafe conditions on the property. The business’s responsibility for compensating an employee or customer who slipped and fell depends on the specific facts of the particular accident. For example, slip and fall accidents due to wet or slippery floors are relatively common and lead to millions of dollars in settlements, attorneys fees, fines, loss of production, higher workers comp, and liability insurance premiums.
Who can Benefit?
According to the National Safety Council there are over 9 million disabling slip and fall injuries every year. Hospitals, medical facilities, nursing homes, restaurants, office buildings, banks, malls, spas, pool decks, garages, country clubs, and public buildings are among the numerous facilities that need to have our Nano-Tech solution applied.
Good Grip will make sure your floors meet OSHA Compliance Standards. Additionally, businesses will qualify for reduced insurance rates and tax benefits in exchange for their compliance.
More than simply keeping you free from harm, Good Grip appreciates how cherished our mobility, independence, and general quality of life is to each of us. To that end, it is an honor and a privlege to serve the county of Lubbock and the residents of Hub City!
It’s gratifying to know our services preserve this way of life for our customers.
Call us to schedule a free floor safety audit.