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The definitive guide to understanding ice cleats and traction aids

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The definitive guide to understanding ice cleats and traction aids

The definitive guide to understanding ice cleats and traction aids

 

If slips and falls on ice and snow have been a persistent problem in your organization, ice cleats and other types of traction devices can help neutralize the hazard. The increased traction underfoot that comes from wearing a traction device will help mitigate the risk of your employees slipping, falling and sustaining an injury. Download this guide to learn everything you need to know about the different types of ice cleats and traction aids.

 

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