Do you sell this equipment, or provide training?
We do both! Our customers with larger workforce facilities often purchase a static Slip Simulator. Installation, on-site trainer certification and support are included in the purchase. Other customers who have multiple facilities often choose to purchase a mobile unit to train their geographically diverse workforce. And others prefer us to show up and provide on-site training with our mobile Slip Simulator. We’re happy to talk with you and figure out the optimal path for your organization.
How safe is the Slip Simulator™?
Extremely safe! Simply follow the safety training guidelines and your employees will have fun and learn how to walk more safely. Slip Simulator™ training is one safety training class your employees will never forget.
Can I move the Slip Simulator™ to different sites?
Yes, the Slip Simulator™ is movable. We offer relocation services, or even on-site installation training in case you want your personnel to be able to handle the future moves of your Slip Simulator™. If you need to transport your Slip Simulator™ to many sites, contact us about mobile Slip Simulator™ options.
Are there accessories available?
Yes! As our client base expands, we have had numerous requests and special orders that we now provide as options for Slip Simulator™ training. Available accessories simulate obstacles such as curbs, broken sidewalks, inclines, varying surfaces, and pipes.
What comes standard with the Slip Simulator™?
Our standard package includes the Slip Simulator™ shipped and installed at your chosen site. Included are all the accessories you need to start training on day one. Our package also includes a train-the-trainer class to ensure your team is up to date with the most current techniques and procedures.
How long will it take to get a Slip Simulator™?
Once we have your purchase order, we can usually deliver and install your static Slip Simulator™ in seven weeks or less. Mobile units can take several months depending on design, please contact us for more information.
How much space do we need for a Slip Simulator™?
The Slip Simulator™ is 21 feet long, 6 feet wide and 10 feet tall. We also recommend allowing 3 feet on all sides of the Slip Simulator™ for the trainer to maneuver around the equipment during training. We’re happy to work with you to customize the simulator to fit in smaller spaces if required.
Does Slip Simulator™ training really work?
Yes. Studies show that employees trained on the Slip Simulator™ show a significant reduction in slips, trips and falls – by as much as 70%!
How much does a typical slip, trip and fall accident cost?
Slips, trips and falls account for 65% of all lost workdays. More than 20% of these accidents result in more than 31 days of lost work time. The average cost of a single incident is about $32,000. However this often does not count “near misses” – injuries resulting from employees who catch themselves before they fall.
Is the Egress Training System Portable?
Yes! The typical system comes with 2 force plates, one usually goes outside the driver’s side door egress, and the other can go at an alternate egress location (usually the rear of the truck cargo area). These force plates connect with cables to the data acquisition box and laptop computer. The system can be easily moved to different trucks and locations, and packs away in rugged storage containers for easy transport. All the mentioned components are included with the system.
Do you lease Egress Training Systems?
Yes we do! We offer the Egress Training Systems for sale and lease. Since the systems are easily packed up and shipped for regular package delivery, it makes it easy to move them between your training locations. Contact us for more information.