Slip-Resistant Footwear: The Program Doesn't End After the Purchase

Slip-Resistant Footwear: The Program Doesn't End After the Purchase

There is compelling evidence that using slip-resistant footwear reduces accidents.

For example: in 2001 researchers at St. Lawrence University completed a pilot study that provided slip-resistant footwear to employees. The reduction in injury rates and workers compensation claims of this school of about 2,000 students was reported to have resulted in savings of an estimated $100,000.

In another case, a foodservice operation employing 250 people at a major airport repo

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