New safety tapes to prevent slips and falls


Floorsafe International now offers a full range of safety tapes, floor-marking tapes and reflective tapes to help prevent workplace slips and falls.

The tapes come in a range of colours and sizes, including the popular self-adhesive anti-slip tape.

These are ideal for surfaces such as floors, steps, stairways and walkways.

Slip and fall accidents typically occur on these types of areas – especially when the surface is wet.

Once applied the tapes will highlight the leading edge of steps and at the same time provide a non-slip surface.

For night vision Floorsafe has a range of glow-in-the-dark luminous and photo luminescent anti-slip tapes.

For an attractive finish Floorsafe has a range of anodised aluminium stair tread nosings with coloured rubber inserts.

And for highlighting dangerous objects, work zones and indicator signage, hi-visibility self-adhesive reflective tapes are available in 50mm and 100mm widths.

Floorsafe, which is celebrating its 25th year in business, has a range of safety products, including Tactile indicators, all available at online prices.

Floorsafe International
Ph: 1300 71 77 69

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