THE EASIEST WAY TO FIND

The Correct Ice Cleats For Your Employees

Whether you are just getting started or already have a slip and fall program in place the world of ice cleats and traction aids can be a confusing one. In order to simplify the process we have created a system that allows you to focus on what you know best… your employees.

Every job task within your organization should fall within one of the three categories listed below. Focusing on the proper category will allow you to narrow your focus down to only those traction aids that are appropriate for that type of work. The traction aids in each category are color coded in order to help you implement, communicate and manage your slip and fall program.

GET STARTED BY CHOOSING THE CATEGORY THAT BEST MATCHES YOUR EMPLOYEE’S JOB ROLE.

WALKING
TRACTION®

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WALKING TRACTION®

For employees who occasionally walk outdoors exposing themselves to icy and snowy conditions. These employees require a simple and often economical solution that is easy to use and light in weight.

  • Simple walking outdoors
  • Require easy on/off
  • Economical

 

WORKING
TRACTION®

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WORKING TRACTION®

For employees whose jobs require them to work outdoors in all weather conditions. These employees have the most exposure to ice and snow and therefore require the most aggressive traction.

  • Sustained outdoor work
  • Require aggressive traction
  • Durability is critical

 

TRANSITIONAL
TRACTION®

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TRANSITIONAL TRACTION®

For employees who are exposed to icy and snowy surfaces while also frequently transitioning to indoor settings or operate vehicles. Ideal for those employees who prefer to leave their traction aid on all day.

  • Work both outdoors and indoors
  • Drive a vehicle while working
  • Prefer to leave traction on all day

 

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