Raised floors are commonly utilized in modern office buildings, as well as in specialized sections such as command centers, information technology data centers, and computer rooms, where mechanical services, cables, cabling, and electrical supply must be routed. The space underneath raised floors serves as a route for wires and cables to avoid people tripping on them. It also serves as a tool in distributing cold air. That’
At least once in our lives we’ve fallen, slipped, and tripped. It can happen anywhere but it's especially common in places that are prone to water leaks. It may sound funny sometimes, but it’s extremely dangerous and risky.
Overlooked wet floors can cause slips, fall downs, trips over protruding objects, and even a fall down the stairs. This could cause various injuries that range from a single bruise, minor sprai
If you own a business that doesn’t involve heavy machinery and specialty training, you probably haven’t thought twice about the safety of your employees in the office. However, contrary to popular belief, even office workers, who work within the confines of a cubicle or desk, are susceptible to injuries in the workplace.
According to statistics, there are around 3 million non-f
As the popularity of tiles grew over the past years, it is now used not only for the aesthetics at home but also in offices and other industrial areas. Tiles add not only artistry but as well as durable flooring which is perfect for high trafficked areas. However, tiles (though not as delicate as carpets) can be susceptible to spills, grease, bacteria, and soils.