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Friction is the resistance the one surface or object encounters when moving over another; The resistance between the shoe and the walking working surface.
Coefficient of Friction – COF is a measurement that indicates how slippery a floor is under dry conditions.
You can use the following to recognize hazards.
There are 4 Risk categories for slipping hazards.
You can use Job Safety Analysis or safety inspections to identify hazards.
Some factors for floor slipperiness.
Ways to control the hazard may include:
Hierarchy of Controls is the best way to control hazards.
Personal Protective Equipment plays an important role when working.
Never jump from equipment or vehicles. Use the handrail and steps provided. Remember the “three point rule”. Three point of contact with the equipment at all times. Always use two hands and at least one foot or two feet and one hand. Avoid stepping onto loose rocks, slippery surfaces, oil spills, etc.