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Anti slip tape that helps you conform to any workplace regulations.


In 2014, approximately 25% of workplace injuries were caused from slips....


Heskins provide anti slip solutions for businesses and consumers alike, giving you the possibility to create a bespoke anti slip solution for your needs, with expert advice available every step of the way.


With Heskins anti slip solutions, you can be assured of the following benefits.


• Self-adhesive, high quality anti slip material. • Instant application, once it’s applied, it’s ready. • Complies with DDA regulations. • ISO 9001 & 14001 standard manufacturing processes. • Sample available to test before committing to purchase. • A dedicated sales and after sales service.


We can supply Safety Grip™ in any size, shape or colour.


Abrasive and non-abrasive options available for virtually any environment.


Ancillaries will help increase the durability of your application.


The safety of your employees, customers and visitors is paramount in your business. Contact Heskins to discuss an anti slip solution for you, today!


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Instantly applied to virtually any surface.


12 OCTOBER, LONDON Join us to celebrate the best in FM


Tickets and tables are available for the BIFM Awards ceremony taking place on 12 October at The Grosvenor House Hotel, London


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The BIFM Awards is a must-attend event for anyone in, or interested in, facilities management. Attracting over 1,350 professionals, the black tie event is a highlight of the FM calendar. Alongside acknowledging the best in the FM industry, the event also encompasses networking, celebration and fun.


THE 2014 CEREMONY SOLD OUT, SO EARLY BOOKING IS A MUST.


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