Winter is back this week, and we have a special offer for you! If you order by March 1st, 2023, you get "quick ship" delivery and reduced prices with a 10% discount on all winter lobby signs. Be prepared for late winter and a rainy Spring with our Cadwell Custom “Slippery When Wet” and “Caution Falling Ice” signs. Look at a few samples designed to complement your facility (customized with your logo or address) while keeping employees and visitors safe.
For existing Cadwell customers:
Slippery When Wet signs are in stock and available now for "quick ship." Limited supply; reserve now.
Buy now before prices increase by 15% on March 15, 2023. Lock in the old 2022 price now.
Buy before the end of March '23 and get a 10% discount.
If you want Falling Ice or new sign ideas for winter weather and Spring rain, ping us today. Add the code: "Winter is Back in '23" in the notes field. Click below to reserve a few signs by sending us a quick eMail for prices/options
Slips, trips, and falls can be a significant liability risk for property managers at all times during the year, and protecting against them is essential. Here are some ways that property managers can protect themselves against slips:
Regular inspections: Property managers should conduct regular inspections of the property to identify and address potential slip hazards. This includes checking for wet or slippery surfaces, uneven or damaged flooring, loose rugs or mats, and other hazards.
Maintenance and repair: Property managers should promptly repair or replace any flooring, stairs, or other damaged or worn surfaces. This can help to prevent slips and falls caused by uneven or slippery surfaces.
Cleaning procedures: Property managers should establish and implement effective cleaning procedures to keep the property clean and free of slip hazards. This includes regularly mopping or cleaning floors, removing debris and obstacles, and using caution signs or barricades to warn of wet or slippery surfaces.
Training and education: Property managers should provide training and education to their staff on slip and fall prevention, including identifying and addressing slip hazards, cleaning procedures, and adequately using warning signs and barricades.
Insurance: Property managers should carry liability insurance, including coverage for slip and fall accidents. This can help to protect them if a slip and fall accident occurs on the property.
By taking these steps, property managers can help to reduce the risk of slips and falls on their property and protect themselves against liability.