Introduction to Walkway Management – 1/2 Day – 8:30am-Noon, March 14, Cincinnati

$199.00

In this course you’ll be introduced to the key topics and information necessary to design, plan, build, maintain, and insure the elements of walkway management. The key elements include selecting materials, facility design and layout, foot traffic flow, cleaning processes, floor care tools, chemicals, audit programs, personal injury, and liability.

You will learn how to use a standards-based approach to measuring walkway safety using published standards to measure static coefficient of friction (SCOF) and dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) using the ANSI/NFSI set of standards (B101) and ANSI A137.1 Accu-test (DCOF). You will learn about the key ASTM standards related to walkways. The course will introduce you to both OSHA and ADA requirements related to walkways.

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Location: Terracon, 611 Lunken Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH, 45226

NOTE: 20% discount on course cost if registered by 2/18 using coupon”CINCY20” at checkout

In this course you’ll be introduced to the key topics and information necessary to design, plan, build, maintain, and insure the elements of walkway management. The key elements include selecting materials, facility design and layout, foot traffic flow, cleaning processes, floor care tools, chemicals, audit programs, personal injury, and liability.

You will learn how to use a standards-based approach to measuring walkway safety using published standards to measure static coefficient of friction (SCOF) and dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) using the ANSI/NFSI set of standards (B101) and ANSI A137.1 Accu-test (DCOF). You will learn about the key ASTM standards related to walkways. The course will introduce you to both OSHA and ADA requirements related to walkways.

  • Recognize physical principles and standards on which walkway management practices are based
  • Identify key elements in and methods for decreasing the risk and cost of slips and falls, improving employee and guest experience, while delivering cleaner, safer floors
  • Describe how to use a standards-based approach to audit and measure the level of risk in walkways
  • Identify resources available to aid in further study of walkway management

This is a 1/2-day curriculum covering Walkway Management.

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