SLIP & FALL PROBLEMS IN GOVERNMENT LOCATIONS

Safety is and always should be a top priority for the government. Government buildings accommodate large volumes of foot traffic on a daily basis, which in turn leads to a high potential for slip and fall accidents. High risk areas include offices, courthouses, military bases, embassies, post offices, national parks, museums, and even military equipment such as airplanes, trucks, and boats. 

The risk of a slip and fall injury must be mitigated by a reliable safety product in order to ensure the safety of the general public and avoid costly injury settlements at the government’s expense.

Stop the Slip with Handi-Treads at Government Locations

THE HANDI-TREADS® SOLUTION

Handi-Treads Commercial Treads and Nosings are OSHA approved, cost-effective safety solutions designed to prevent slip and fall injuries at a minimal expense to the tax payer. They feature a unique, rust-proof aluminum construction that uses raised traction bumps to provide extra grip on surfaces exposed to slip hazards. Perfect for stairs, walkways, and ramps, the treads and nosings are easily installed on wood, concrete, or metal and are manufactured to last for years. Whereas grit tape and grit paint fall apart after prolonged use, Handi-Treads maintain their safety presence for decades. You won’t have to worry about replacing our product.

Considering the potential costs stemming from injury liability, Handi-Treads are a great safety investment. We offer several different colors and sizes designed to accommodate different needs and locations. Browse our selection to find the right tread for your specific use.

HANDI-TREADS® CUSTOMERS – GOVERNMENT

NATO Camp Bondsteel
US Coast Guard
US Forest Service
McChord Air Force Base
City of San Diego
Buena Park Library District
Jonesboro Housing Authority
Laurel Hill State Park
Snohomish County Facilities

US Post Office
National Guard
Marine Corps Air Station
Village of Plainfield
Village of Steamboat Springs
City of San Luis Obispo
Town of Kitty Hawk Public Works
Jenny Wiley State Resort Park
City of LaCenter

Handi-Treads Government & Public Use Gallery