Slip and Falls – Pools

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Whenever you have the chance of water on a walking surface, you have the possibility of a slippery surface. How does this change when you are virtually guaranteed to have a wet walking surface like at a public pool? As your chances of exposure increase, so does your responsibility of making sure that your walking surface is safe under likely conditions. Many factors can influence how slippery a pool deck is or isn’t including the floor surface itself – cement versus tile – and how that floor surface is treated – broom finish or sealants. You have to strike the balance between having a surface rough enough to provide good slip resistance and yet not so rough as to cause injuries to feet as they walk across the floor. Our engineers are experienced at understanding this balance and can help you with your difficult slip and fall matters on pool decks.

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