"Falls are not an ordinary risk of life."
It is always a cause-effect relationship.
The SRGS Slip Resistance Group Spain, Spanish Association for the prevention of falls in pedestrian traffic, is a non-profit association formed by professionals, of multidisciplinary nature, directed with the aim of working in the study, analysis, research, training and information on each one of the parameters or agents that intervene in falls due to slippage, slippage or slippage in spaces for public use.
A space open to scientific and real opinions for the purpose of an open debate of knowledge.
The Observatory Community of the SRGS is made up of all our collaborators, experts all of them in different areas of fall prevention, and was born with the aim of being a place of exchange of knowledge and experiences.
The Observatory of the SRGS is an open space for analysis and debate for all national and international experts in study, analysis, research, training and information on each of the parameters or agents involved in falls due to slippage, slippage or slippage in spaces for public use.
We analyze together the current situation, the testing methods, product novelties and regulations, seeking with the highest scientific rigor proposals of action for all the agents involved.
"Slips, trips & Falls "
Conference Madrid 2020
From the Observatory of the SRGS not only contact related experts (from architects, engineers, public and private managers, manufacturers, laboratories, builders, maintenance and conservation companies ...) but we have created a joint space, for all those who feel responsible for the materials we use and install in our projects, with the aim of preserving the health and safety of all users.
In short, the Observatory of the SRGS aims, with the participation of a network of national and international experts, to become a laboratory of ideas on the prevention of falls in pedestrian traffic, with the aim of developing proposals for improving accessibility , from the conviction that it is necessary to propose some reforms to put it in value as an instrument for a better development of public policies