ANTI-SLIP PAINT UK-based manufacturers Rizistal has developed an extensive range of high performance anti-slip floor coatings to help reduce the number of accidents in the workplace.

A recent report by RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations) suggested that slips, trips and falls are still the most common non-fatal injuries to employees within the workplace (31%). Highlighting the importance of investing in appropriate prevention. It was also uncovered by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), “that many slip accidents happen at building entrances as people entering the building walk in rainwater”. This report showcases the possibility of an incident in any workplace, from manufacturing and production to the traditional office environment.

With many business owners asking themselves ‘which is right for my business?’, Rizistal have unveiled


ISS Technical Services has been recertified with two prestigious awards for asset and energy management at Southbank Centre, London.

Welcoming over five million visitors each year, Southbank Centre is Europe’s largest arts centre and has been supported by ISS Technical Services since 2011. Here, the 26 resident engineering and mechanical specialists, plus seven support staff, provide mechanical and electrical maintenance 24 hours a day, 364 days a year.

The unified partnership between ISS Technical Services and Southbank has seen both the Asset Management ISO 55001 and Energy Management ISO 50001 accreditations re-awarded following a three-year period – something which is notoriously difficult to achieve.

their range of hard wearing and cost-effective epoxy paints.

Rizistal’s easy to apply range of anti- slip epoxy paints come in four variants from standard anti-slip gloss epoxy to fast cure, cold cure and epoxy paint for asphalt and tarmac. These products are easy to apply, solvent free and come in an range of colours.

The high performing Rizistal EC228 gloss floor coating is a market leader due to its specially designed formulation and hard aluminium oxide aggregate. EC228 provides even coverage on masonry, ceramic and concrete floors. It comes in nine colours and can be walked over within eight to 10 hours. If the finish is required in an even quicker time, the EC248 fast cure is the best choice, drying in just four hours.

Led by the British Standards Institution (BSI), the ISO 55001 and ISO 50001 are renowned international standards for how businesses manage a building’s assets onsite, from lifts to boilers, and how organisations effectively control energy consumption respectively.

This year’s successful reaccreditation of the industry accolades follows an intense period of audit and evidence-based evaluation, with the BSI final report highlighting that ‘the

Some cold conditions demand more which is why Rizistal’s EC258 Cold Cure is here to provide anti-slip protection underfoot for temperatures in the region of 0-10*C. This coating is great for walk-in fridges where the chances of slips and trips are increased.

There is also a unique Rizistal EC358 Epoxy paint for Asphalt & Tarmac. This fast curing and extremely durable coating is suitable for use on tarmac, asphalt, concrete, wood and previously painted floor areas. The range starts at a competitive £77.38 (Excl VAT). As an exclusive for Tomorrow FM’s readers, we can offer 10% with code: TFM10.

relationship between ISS and The Southbank Centre is strong and seamless.’

Wayne Bass, Contract Manager for ISS Technical Services, said: “We’re awarded an ISO for a three-year period initially, with an assessment every year, and we then need to reapply – so it’s an intense and challenging process that every single team member, both ISS and Southbank Centre, is part of. TOMORROW’S FM | 19

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