The nosings are designed to define and protect the edge of each step. They are available in yellow, for increased visibility and to identify the edge, for DDA compliance. Another key feature is the grit top surface, which provides superior grip, even when exposed to more extreme conditions like water, ice or even oil. Our slip-resistant stair nosings are a long-lasting and cost-effective investment, for providing hardwearing safety underfoot. Indoor and outdoor stair projects can benefit from the installation of GRP stair nosing.
By installing GRP stair nosing, slips and trips can be prevented, especially in high-traffic areas. Our experts recommend considering stair safety as part of each new buildings design process. However, if this hasn’t been planned, anti-slip stair nosing can be installed easily on old steps just as effectively. Our anti-slip GRP stair nosings have a durable silicone carbide surface for long-lasting wear.
The three key features of GRP stair nosing improve safety for both employees and the public. The gritted top surface improves slip resistance underfoot, even in harsh environments. The bright yellow defines the edge of each step, improving visibility, especially in lowlight conditions. While the chamfered back edge reduces the risk of trips. By taking the necessary precautions, the chance of compensation claims can by limited for slip and trip accidents. See our 5 top tips to help prevent slips on outdoor stairs and steps.
GRP stair nosing is easy to install and maintain. The durable nosings are almost maintenance free, as when installed outdoors, the natural elements have a cleaning effect. Occasionally, a mild detergent, along with brushing, can be used to improve overall appearance.
To support you with your project, we offer a Supply and Install Service. Where we’ll take care of everything from specification to installation. There’s also the option to organise your installation overnight, to prevent any business down time.
Our COBAGRiP® flooring range includes GRP sheets and GRP treads, which are also manufactured from fibreglass, to improve safety underfoot.
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