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Workstation Anti Fatigue Matting

From: £111.80

Workstation anti fatigue matting supplied with yellow bevelled edges. This matting is cross ribbed to help prevent slipping in wet areas.

  • Available in 3 sizes:  600 x 1200, 600 x 1500 and 1200 x 1800mm
  • Standard duty with 22mm holes or heavy duty with 10mm holes

Product Details

Workstation anti fatigue matting with a choice of 3 matting sizes
  • Ideal as a machine operative’s mat
  • Good resistance to the majority of oils and chemicals
  • Workstation matting thickness: 12mm
  • Comfortable anti fatigue properties
  • Conforms to Slip Resistance Test EN13552 Category R10
  • Fire tested to DIN 54332 (B2) part of DIN 4102
  • This matting is available in standard with a 22 x 22mm hole size or heavy duty with a hole size of 22 x 10mm
  • Matting thickness:  12mm
  • 600mm long x 1200mm wide
  • 1000mm long x 1500mm wide
  • 1200mm long  1800mm wide
  • U.K. manufactured
How does Anti-Fatigue Matting help?

Anti-fatigue matting helps to promote regular foot movement as feet naturally adapt to the cushioned surface of the mat. The difference between standing on a normal floor compared to this anti-fatigue mat is significant due to the effect on blood circulation. The surface of this mat facilitates blood circulation and naturally enables more oxygen to reach the heart. Therefore, this anti-fatigue matting not only impacts comfort levels but can also reduce or even prevent the health risks associated with prolonged standing.

Those at Risk:- Assembly/Production line workers, machine operators, retail staff i.e. checkout, postal sorting offices, healthcare workers, teachers and lecturers, catering staff, i.e. bartenders, and laundry workers.

Facts about Fatigue
  • Fatigue from excessive standing can cause more serious health problems than aches and pains
  • Common symptoms also include varicose veins, bunions, lower back pain, Achilles tendonitis, heel ailment (such as plantar fasciitis), arthritis, joint stiffness and heart/circulatory problems.
  • Pain and tiredness can lead to more serious lapses in concentration and increases the risk of other accidents in the workplace.
  • In 2009/10 it was estimated that over 500,000 employees who had worked in the last 12 months suffered ill health through musculoskeletal disorders.
  • So called short-lived ailments can turn into irreversible health conditions
  • By law, employers have a responsibility to do all that is reasonably practicable to protect their workers’ health and safety.

 

 

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