Entrance matting should help solve problems – not create new ones! Launderable rental mats never stay flat on your floor for long, because they have to be thin and floppy enough to go through an industrial washing machine!
We put the emphasis on how hard our mats work for YOU – not for how easy they are for a rental company to clean. That’s why we build all of our bearmats with heavy duty ramped vinyl edging for maximum stability. Heavy, thick vinyl keeps your mat edges stiff, straight, and flat, no matter how much foot traffic they service.
Don’t let flimsy, floppy mats create a tripping hazard at your door. Improve both safety and floor cleanliness with bearmats.
Bearmats aren’t just beautiful – they’re functional, too. What good is an entrance mat that doesn’t soak up water, hold on to dirt, or clean shoes as people walk in the door? We build every one of our bearmats with performance and function in mind, to look good and work hard at the same time. All our bearmats work as hard as you do to stop rain, snow, mud, and dirt in its tracks at your front door, not splattered all over your facility.
Preventing slip-and-fall accidents by residents is a top priority in a healthcare setting – and the right entrance matting can reduce these types of incidents.
According to studies conducted by CNA Insurance, slip and fall accidents account for 61% of all claims and 53% of total claim costs for businesses with public-facing areas. The National Floor Safety Institute estimates that the average cost of a slip-and-fall workers compensation claim is $4,000, and the average liability award for injury to a building occupant runs from $60,000 to $100,000 per claim. In fact, it’s estimated that workers’ compensation and medical expenses associated with slip-and-fall accidents cost businesses $70 billion annually.
Installing entrance floor mats at exterior entry points and critical areas goes a long way in preventing debris and moisture from being carried inside healthcare spaces. Matting also provides a slip-resistant surface as one walks in, reducing the possibility of a slip and fall at the entrance. Entrance mats can be used both in the interiors as well as the exteriors of the premises, such as vestibules, covered walkways, and other areas. Safety, durability, required level of maintenance, and ease of cleaning are primary considerations when you decide to invest in a floor mat to reduce the chance of slip and fall mishaps.
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