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Slip Testing for Hotels; Whitepaper

Hotels face particular challenges when it comes to the slip resistance of surfaces because many areas accessible by guests, visitors and staff have high pedestrian traffic, exposing flooring materials to greater wear.

Hotel owners and managers have a legal duty of care and legal compliance obligations with regard to the risk of pedestrians slipping, tripping, or falling on floor surfaces.

Senior Consultant at QED, Dave Collins, has written this whitepaper that steps you through your duty of care.

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