Development of safe  and resilient flooring with controlled  slip under varying environments

Welcome to SlipSafe

SlipSafe training session material now available for free in our online training tool

Logo Slipsafe_0.jpgAre you interested in the SlipSafe project and want to learn more about the development and results of this European project?


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Interactive SlipSafe Workshop gave an insight into key innovations for the next flooring generation

On 27 January 2017,pic SlipSafe.png the SlipSafe Consortium had invited to its final Workshop at the VLEVA Conference Centre in Brussels presenting the development and results of its European project SlipSafe. It attracted around 50 participants that gained an insight into this European project focusing on key innovations for the next flooring generation. Read more...




About SlipSafe

SlipSafe is a large scale collaborative project funded by the European Commission, addressing the challenge of reduction of slip-accidents on wet floors, in particular, resilient flooring used in private and public buildings. The project aims to yield key innovation for the next flooring generation, and fits within the increasing focus on prevention of fall accidents.


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SlipSafe Consortium Partners (picture): European Plastics Converters (EuPC), Asociacion Valenciana De Empresarios De Plasticos (AVEP), British Plastics Federation (BPF), GTE industrieelektronik, European Resilient Flooring Manufacturer's Institute (ERFMI), Nanorioja, Smithers Rapra and Smithers Pira, Fraunhofer Institut für Chemische Technologie (ICT), AIMPLAS – Plastics Technology Center, Fundacion Tekniker, GIZ Grozd Plasttehnika, TBA Electro Conductive Products


SlipSafe Industrial Reference Group: Gerflor, James Halstead, Altro, Forbo



This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n°606691


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