Bus Flooring: Yes, you should be concerned about what the OEM installs.

By Profusion

Thousands of serious injuries to bus passengers occur each year as a result of slips and falls. With the growing risk of liability, the bus owner/operator should play a more active role in making decisions to ensure the greatest degree of safety and security for passengers. 

Operators can help protect their businesses and their passengers by paying attention to the flooring installed at the OEM, and actively making appropriate specifications for safety flooring and step treads. This paper addresses the key characteristics that can help keep your passengers safer, and what you should be requiring from the OEM for your bus flooring and step treads.

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