Keeping Children Safe from Slip and Falls: Essential Tips for Homes and Schools

By |2024-07-03T17:54:00+00:00July 3rd, 2024|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Marketing|

From the moment children take their first, wobbly steps, parents and caregivers embark on a thrilling adventure known as "How Many Times Will They Fall Today?" While a few bumps and bruises are considered a rite of passage, more serious slip and fall accidents are like plot twists in horror movies—unexpected and unwelcome. As

SCOF vs. DCOF: The Epic Battle of Friction Measurement

By |2024-07-03T14:26:44+00:00July 3rd, 2024|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Marketing|

Welcome to the world of slip resistance, where two acronyms battle for dominance: SCOF and DCOF. At Walkway Management South Florida, we like to keep things interesting, so let's dive into this thrilling duel. SCOF: The Old-School Veteran Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) is like your grandpa's favorite vinyl record—classic but outdated. It measures

Understanding Slip Potential for Your Business Floors: Prevent Accidents and Lawsuits

By |2024-06-26T17:52:08+00:00June 26th, 2024|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Marketing|

Are you at risk? When it comes to maintaining a safe and secure environment for your business, understanding the slip potential of your floors is crucial. Slip-and-fall accidents are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries and can result in costly lawsuits. To mitigate these risks, it's essential to evaluate

Different Tribometers for Slip Resistance Testing

By |2024-06-26T17:48:22+00:00June 21st, 2024|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Marketing|

British Pendulum Slip Tester Slip Resistance Test Methods: ASTM E303-22, EN 16165, AS 4663, and others. Endorsed by the Ceramic Tile Institute of America (CTIOA). Validation for Pedestrian Traction: Validated by Greater London Council Bulletins 43 (1971) and 145 (1985), in continuous use since 1971, and adopted by over 50 nations. Measures: The

Important Updates to the 2024 International Swimming Pool & Spa Code

By |2024-06-20T20:45:08+00:00February 1st, 2024|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Uncategorized|

Walkway Management South Florida, a leading provider of walkway safety solutions, is excited to announce the release of the updated International Swimming Pool & Spa Code of 2024. The updated standard contains crucial updates that will significantly impact builders, contractors, architects, and property management companies across the nation. The newly released code emphasizes the importance of

Understanding Slip and Fall Accidents: Causes, Consequences, and Prevention

By |2024-02-03T12:39:50+00:00March 3rd, 2023|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Uncategorized|

"Preventing slip and fall accidents requires a combination of strategies, including regular maintenance and inspections, employee training, and the use of appropriate safety equipment. By implementing best practices for slip and fall prevention, businesses and organizations can create safer environments for all. Slip and fall accidents are preventable, and by taking steps to address slip and fall hazards, we can reduce their incidence and promote safer environments."

Why Should You Seal Your Travertine Pavers?

By |2024-02-02T21:40:45+00:00July 22nd, 2022|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Uncategorized|

What people see when they first see your newly installed travertine, is not the hours of hard work in installing every piece of stone and getting it just right… What people first see is the final product of it. This is why, sealing your travertine is the most important part of the job!

Top 5 Tips for Making Tile Flooring Less Slippery

By |2024-02-03T12:41:05+00:00July 18th, 2022|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Uncategorized|

If you have tile flooring in your house, you are probably aware of both its benefits and drawbacks. On one hand, they retain water much better than other types of flooring. On the other hand, tile floors can be very slippery, particularly when wet. This may lead to injuries, including severe ones. Therefore, making tile floors safer by minimizing slipperiness and enhancing grip is always a smart idea.

The ASTM C-1028 Scam

By |2024-02-03T12:42:12+00:00July 5th, 2022|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Uncategorized|

Floor safety experts nationwide and internationally, have considered this test to be a joke for many years! Yet this joke continues to be no laughing matter since companies keep sending their products to be tested using this outdated, withdrawn scam of a test!

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