Renally's Services, LLC.is locally owned and operated, offering a wide variety of products and services to improve safety and maintain non-slip surfaces. Offices based in Jackson, Maine and offers services throughout the whole State of Maine. We discovered Nano-Grip Technology by searching ideas to make our own place safe from slips/falls. We became an Authorized Nano-Grip Floor Safety Operator and completed our Nano-Grip Certification requirements
The Nano-Grip floor safety treatment transforms slippery mineral based floor surfaces like tile, brick, concrete, marble and others so they become "Safer Wet Than Dry". The miracle is Nano-Grip will not change the appearance of your floor. There is no discernible change to the look or feel of a floor, tub or other surface. However, when wet, the surface becomes slip resistant.
Over one million Americans suffer a slip, trip,or fall injury every year. With more than 10,000 Americans turning 65 each day, the number of slip and fall injuries and deaths are expected to increase unless preventive measures are taken.
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Second only to motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents account for 15% of all accidental deaths in the United States. It's not hard to see that slip and fall accidents can be extremely serious, whether you're at work, home, or anywhere else.
Accidents involving slips, trips and falls send 9 million people to the hospital each year and are a leading cause of workers’ compensation claims, costing an average of $22,800 per accident. 95 million workdays per year are lost due to slip-and-fall injuries?
Don't wait until you are faced with a costly slip and fall lawsuit. We will test your floors for OSHA Compliance and review your floor safety measures for free. If needed, we can treat your floors in a timely, cost effective manner to bring them into OSHA compliance. We will also show you how your business may qualify for an IRS ADA Tax Credit up to $5,000.
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According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention:
One in four Americans aged 65+ falls each year.
Every 11 seconds, an older adult is treated in the emergency room for a fall; every 19 minutes, and older adults dies from a fall.
Falls are the leading cause of fatal injury and the most common cause of nonfatal trauma-related hospital admissions among older adults.
Falls result in more than 2.8 million injuries treated in emergency departments annually, including over 800,000 hospitalizations and more than 27,000 deaths.
In 2014, the total cost of fall injuries was $ 31 billion.
The financial toll for older adult falls is expected to increase as the population ages and may reach $ 67.7 billion by 2020.
Falls, with or without injury, also carry a heavy quality of life impact. A growing number of older adults fear falling and, as a result, limit their activities and social engagements. This can result in further physical decline, depression, social isolation, and feelings of helplessness.
On average, a person takes 8,000 steps a day. However, it only takes one slip to destroy a life.
Each year, thousands of people fall victim to slip-and-fall accidents in the United States, resulting in sprains and strains, bruises and contusions, abrasions, lacerations and fractures. Slips and falls are also the leading cause of fatalities in the workplace and the cause of more than 20 percent of all disabling injuries. Workers’ compensation and medical costs associated with slip-and-fall accidents approach $70 billion annually, according to the National Safety Council (NSC).
“Falls are the leading cause of emergency room visits in the United States, totaling over 8 million a year,” “More people will go to an emergency room for an accidental fall than any other form of injury, including car crashes.”
Regardless of the cause, slip-and-fall accidents can cost facilities a great deal of money in liability. With the average cost of a slip-and-fall accident estimated at $22,800 per incident, and the average workers compensation claim averaging $19,000, Griffin says custodial managers should not only understand the main causes, but also follow proper floor care safety standards to ensure their floors are safe for building occupants.
According to reports, nearly 50 percent of facility accidents can also be attributed to the type of flooring used.