Re: flooring

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From:Tony Henwood <>
To:"Searcy, Nita J." <>
Date:Mon, 07 Jun 1999 22:06:38 +0000
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In my lab in Adelaide we had non-slip, chemical resistant vinyl laid 
down and then placed a chemical resistant rubber woven/mesh (?) type 
mat over areas where a good deal of standing was done. This served 
two purposes. 

Firstly, the springy rubber eased leg strain and the discomfit of 
standing on a cold concrete floor. 

Secondly, airbourne wax sections tended to fall in between the mesh 
allowing easy vacuming by cleaning staff as well as further 
decreasing the chance of slipping accidents. (High heeled shoes, 
though, were hell!)
Tony Henwood

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