Making slips and falls disappear requires more than just a good ice cleat. Like any good safety program, proper training is not only required, but it also must be easily accessible and uniform throughout your organization. Below you will find product specific training information including videos explaining how to use and care for your traction aids as well as posters which can be downloaded, printed and placed in any high traffic area.
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Model - JD310
The LOW-PRO® HEEL ice cleat is a compact and light weight ice and snow walking device that fits easily and conveniently over all types of shoes and boots. It is extremely easy to use and can be put on or taken off in seconds. Weighing in at less than 4 ounces per foot, the LOW-PRO® HEEL is virtually inconspicuous on the user’s foot or when carried in a pocket.
Central to the LOW-PRO® HEEL design is the 14 minimally exposed tungsten carbide studs that allow the wearer to gain traction in winter conditions while still being able to navigate clean surfaces with reduced risk of surface damage
By design, ice cleats and other types of traction devices can be your number one weapon against slips and falls on ice and snow. But without proper communication and training these products will not solve your problem, they’ll actually exacerbate the situation in terms of management headaches. Learn why ice cleats alone will not eliminate your slips & falls.