Introduction to Pendulum Test

Introduction to Pendulum Test


It is essential that every business has a non-slippery floor in order to provide the best possible safety and prevent unintentional falls. The material of the floor should be selected with care so that it is appropriate for the intended use and the surrounding environment. As a result, the ability of a floor to resist slipping is used to evaluate its overall quality. The slickness of a floor may be assessed in several ways.


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Various Methods of Pendulum Test

Various Methods of Pendulum Test

 

The pendulum test is used to determine the amount of friction generated by some floor surface whenever a foot makes contact with it. It is capable of determining the slip potential of dry, wet, and contaminated flooring. This method of floor testing is recognized by the UK Health and Safety Executive as adequate for obtaining results that are consistent, reproducible, and correct in the event of corporate floor safety and any claims made due... read more

Risks of slip and how to avoid it

Risks of slip and how to avoid it:

It is no doubt that there is always a chance of small accidents at the workspace due to tripping, slipping, and falls. These are frequently the result of negligence or clumsy, but they are still preventable with a little precaution taken. To stay informed about any future problems, it is vital to conduct regular surveys of the environment you work in. You can keep these pointers given below to reduce the risk... read more