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You probably know that slip and fall accidents account for up to 85% of workers compensation claims [1], and that those claims and associated losses cost companies up to $70 billion per year [2]. But did you know that slip-resistant Shoes For Crews have been proven to reduce slip and fall exposure? According to a recently published NIOSH study, wearing footwear from Shoes For Crews in the workplace was shown to reduce slip and fall occurrences by 67% [3]! Outfit your workforce in Shoes For Crews today and start saving lives and money.

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For details on Shoes For Crews® company paid programs, contact George Kotsikopoulos, georgek@shoesforcrews.com or call 561.242.5949

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For more information on our products and managed safety footwear programs, please fill out the form below or contact George Kotsikopoulos, Business Development Specialist, directly at georgek@shoesforcrews.com or call 561.242.5949

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[1] National Floor Safety Institute. (n.d.). Slip & Fall Quick Facts. Retrieved June 20, 2017, from https://nfsi.org/nfsi-research/quick-facts/
[2] The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. (2017). Falls in the Workplace. Retrieved June 20, 2017, from https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/falls/#NSC
[3] NIOSH study published in Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health (Volume 45, No. 2, 2019)