As an Ops Manager you have enough to do without worrying about whether floors are clean and safe...
When you are buying a new floor it should be safe for the intended purpose. Until now, it has been difficult and time consuming to source a safe floor. Floors have been specified in units you cannot measure at installation. Now you can specify the level of slip resistance you need and quickly test the floor with SlipAlert when its installed.
Talk to Jenny at SlipAlert LLP if you'd like help understanding the different floor specifications and what they mean.
Different situations make different demands upon the new floor that you require
When you specify or buy a new floor, you want the right type of flooring that is safe. A pool surround must be safe when wet and it must be easy to clean to prevent a build up of body fats. A sports hall will mainly be dry but you will need a floor that is safe with trainers, bare feet and possibly socks, and you will need a floor that stays reasonably safe if there is dust or water on the floor.