Sure Step by Interlake Chemicals - End of Slip and Fall Accidents

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Sure Step by Interlake Chemicals, a one time bathtub and floor safety treatment, is the sure shot solution to Slip and Fall Accidents.

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I have never seen anything like it. Our kitchen floor was a disaster ... the staff were falling all the time. I didn't believe that your Non-Slip would make such a difference, but the floors are no longer dangerous. Thank you.

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According to the National Floor Safety Institute, more than 3 million food service employees and over a million guests are injured annually due to slip and fall accidents in restaurants. Larger, popular restaurants, with a lot of guests all the time, have foods and beverages constantly being served. Any dropped tray of food, or any spilled drink is a potential hazard for the guests as well as the staff. Restaurant kitchens are even more dangerous, and in peak hours, it is just not possible for the staff to watch every step while walking.

Slip and fall accidents don't just harm the reputation of the place, but also can lead to legal implications. So how does one avoid them? Does that mean that one should limit oneself to selecting a particular proven non-slip floor, and compromise on the aesthetics of the place? Is it worth the investment to revamp existing flooring and install such fall preventive flooring? What's the guarantee that these solutions will work?

The answer - Sure Step by Interlake Chemicals. Sure Step is a long-lasting chemical treatment that creates an invisible, sophisticated tread design into the surface of hard mineral floors and porcelain/enamel bathtubs. Sure Step doesn't change the appearance of the floor or bathtub and the product has been developed and proven for concrete, quarry tile, Spanish tile, ceramic tile, glazed brick, marble, terrazzo, porcelain/enamel, and many other hard mineral surfaces. So go ahead and choose the flooring of your choice, Sure Step will take care to make it non-slip.

Sure Step by Interlake Chemicals has been evaluated according to industry standards adopted by the American Society of Testing and Materials (A.S.T.M.). In accordance with A.S.T.M. Procedures C-1028-1894, Sure Step creates a safe walkway surface on quarry tile and glazed tile in dry and wet conditions. (A static anti-slip coefficient of friction of .50 or above is considered a safe walkway surface with a dry condition.) In fact, Sure Step increases the co-efficient of friction 200-400%.

Sure Step safety floor treatment by Interlake Chemicals is a one-time chemical treatment that makes floors non-slip. The science behind this is - Sure Step by Interlake Chemicals creates a sophisticated tread design into the surface of floor, and increases the co-efficient of friction of the floor, making it non-slip. There is no change in the appearance of the floor, and absolutely no waiting time - the floor is ready for use immediately after the treatment.

Here is what leading organizations who have used Sure Step from Interlake Chemicals say about the product -

"Just a quick note to tell you your SURE STEP Non-Slip is still working great. Our floors are as safe as they were when the product was first applied. " - Boston Pizza - North American Restaurant Chain

"I have never seen anything like it. Our kitchen floor was a disaster ... the staff were falling all the time. I didn't believe that your Non-Slip would make such a difference, but the floors are no longer dangerous. Thank you." - McDonald's Restaurant

"As I told you, we had the tile down for three days before we had our first slip and fall accident. We have not had a slip and fall accident since you applied the SURE STEP". - Shorepointe Recreation Center - International Resort

"Our bathtubs always had bathmats until we were introduced to SURE STEP Non-Slip. Now all our bathtubs are treated with your remarkable product. " - Hyatt Hotel

Install Sure Step by Interlake Chemicals, and stop worrying about slip and fall accidents.

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