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Slip Hazard Absorbent Solution

Are your customers still lugging around a slip hazard sign, a mop, and a mop bucket to clean up spilled fluids in well-trafficked areas? They should use Fiberweb’s high-capacity slip hazard absorbent mats, which is an all-in-one solution. Signs merely caution that floors are wet, whereas our absorbent mats warn of slip hazards while simultaneously absorbing the spilled fluids. The high-visibility yellow color is easy to spot, alerting people of wet floors. There are also graphics of people slipping, along with warnings in English, Spanish, and French. Slip hazard mats also require less storage space than signs, mops, and buckets.

caution absorbent pads and rolls

Caution slip hazard absorbents are available in both pads and rolls. Choose the best composition for your particular application. Both pads and rolls are perforated.

slip hazard absorbent product
  • slip hazard clean-up solution

  • eliminates hazard sign, mop, & bucket

  • warns of hazard and absorbs fluids

  • slip mats also use less storage space

  • high-visibility yellow catches the eye

  • print graphics depict people slipping

  • absorbs up to 15 times its dry weight

  • English, Spanish, & French warnings

  • perforated for waste minimization

man slipping and falling

Slip hazards are everywhere, and in every industry, including manufacturing, service, retail, and especially transportation. Our slip hazard absorbent mats and rolls make spill clean-up simple, smart, and most importantly FAST. Quickly mitigating a slip hazard can prevent injury, downtime, and heavy financial loss.

Slip-and-fall statistics (USA):

  • Over one million visits to hospital emergency rooms are due to slip-and-falls (or 12% of total falls).

  • Slip-and-fall accidents are the primary cause for lost days from work.

  • Slip-and-fall accidents are the leading cause of workers’ compensation claims.

  • Slip-and-fall accidents are the leading cause of occupational injury for people aged 55 years and older.

  • 85% of worker’s compensation claims are attributed to employees slipping on slick floors.

  • 22% of slip/fall incidents resulted in more than 31 days away from work.

  • Compensation & medical costs associated with employee slip/fall accidents is approximately $70 billion annually.

  • Falls occur in virtually all manufacturing and service sectors.


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