Wearwell sells several products that meet and exceed the NFSI certification standards. Look for the NFSI logo on select ergonomic flooring and anti-fatigue matting solutions, all designed to keep workers safe and protected, healthier and more productive.
For modular rubber mats, there are 2 types of interlocking systems: passive and positive connections. Passive connection systems have been around for decades. And for decades users have come to expect, and live, with the failures. But the frustrated, don’t have to be frustrated anymore! With 24/Seven LockSafe, featuring a positive connection system, lost time, high costs and endless annoyance is a thing of the past!
Provide food processing workers with the support they need to do their job. Implementing Grade “A” anti-fatigue floor mats into the work environment is a fast and easy way to reduce injuries, improve employee health and safety, and increase productivity. Plus, shoe sanitizing mats can help prevent contamination and increase food safety.
As shoe sanitizing mats become more popular, more questions arise about proper use. It seems easy enough, you place your mat, pour in a sanitizing solution, walk through and you’re all sanitized! While this is ideal, there are many other factors that come into play with shoe sanitizing mats.
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) are excruciatingly painful and often debilitating for those affected. They are the leading cause of workplace absenteeism, lost productivity, and increased medical, disability, and workers' compensation costs making them extremely expensive for employers.
You’ve enacted multiple lean manufacturing principles to reduce cycle times, shorten transit times, simplify workflow, and optimize your shop floor layout. However, none of these initiatives protect your team from today’s most common safety hazards, ones that lead to extended employee downtime, reduced throughput, and most importantly, higher costs.
Businesses of all kinds find that the holiday season is by far the busiest time of the year. With higher demand, employees struggle keep pace in the flurry of activity and the chance of workplace health and safety heightens.
In this blog, see 3 ways to ensure your team enjoys a safe and healthy holiday season.
Wearwell is in the business of making companies safer and more productive. An even worksurface is critical to preventing slips and trips, while an ergonomic worksurface is necessary to send people home feeling well enough to come in the next day. Here are 7 examples that show how mats can transform a workplace--- making it safer, more ergonomic, and better conditions for the workers.
Spark resistant mats are an important component of welding safety and ergonomics. Spark and heat resistant mats are used interchangeably and a heat resistant mat (or welding mat) would be used in any environment that sees sparks, hot shards, or small ignitions in industrial, commercial, or home welding activities. Here are 6 things to remember when choosing a welding mat.
Many industrial platforms fall short because they are made with cheap wood or unnecessarily bulky metal materials. Wood constructed work platforms and elevated floors are many times makeshift creations made using blocks of wood, pallets or time-consuming plywood platform builds. The key thing for businesses to realize is that they are paying for more than just custom woodwork. The materials (wood), tools, time, planning, and employees needed to stop their actual jobs to construct the custom work platform need to be considered in the cost.