Slips, Trips and Falls


Safety Tips:

  • Keep the floor clear. Remember to keep hoses and electrical cords out of walkways.
  • Keep the floor clean. Clean up grease, water and other liquids immediately.
  • Install non-skid mats in walkways and handrails in stairways.
  • Climbing and reaching high places will increase your chance of falling. Use appropriate gear for tasks in these cases. For instance, use a sturdy step stool with hand rails when climbing and reaching high places is required.
  • Use floor treatments where continual problems exist.
  • Barricade the perimeter of areas being cleaned to prevent others from slipping.

Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention Training Short (PDF Download - Click Here)

SSP takes an active role in the safety and accident prevention of our employees by establishing an Annual Training Calendar. Each month has topics that coincides with trending safety issues and seasons, listed below are the training topics by month.

  • January: Covid-19 Housekeeping/ Reporting
  • February: Accident Reporting
  • March: Personal Protective Equipment
  • April: Safe Lifting / Back injury Prevention
  • May: Working around Machinery
  • June: Sexual Harassment
  • July: Emergency Action Plan
  • August: Fire Prevention
  • September: Dock Safety
  • October: Slip Trips and Falls
  • November: Violence in the Work Place
  • December: Blood Bourne Pathogens

Safety training is designed to work with your Corporate Safety Program. Safety Programs and Certifications can be completed with our assistance. Listed below are a few Safety Training Topics.

  • Accident Investigation
  • Accident Prevention
  • Forklift Training
  • Workers Comp Claims Management
  • Computer Work Station Safety
  • Confined Space
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Hazardous Spills
  • DOT Hazmat General Awareness
  • Emergency Planning
  • Eye Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Hand and Power Tool Safety
  • Hand Wrist and Finger Safety
  • Hazardous Communications
  • Lock Out Tag Out
  • Machine Guard Safety
  • Ergonomics
  • Repertory Protection and Safety

The Facts

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination based on sex/gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation. Individuals of any gender can be the target of sexual harassment. Unlawful sexual harassment does not have to be motivated by sexual desire. Sexual harassment may involve harassment of a person of the same gender as the harasser, regardless of either person’s sexual orientation or gender identity.