Welcome to WalkSafe
United Heartland’s winter-weather safety campaign.
In addition to the information on this page, visit our Resource Library to find safety articles, eLearnings, printable PDFs, videos and other materials to help you reduce slips, trips and falls throughout the year.
Preparing for Winter Weather
Slips, trips and falls are prevalent when winter weather takes hold — and preparation is the first step in reducing the risk. Before the first snowfall, consider the following:
- Ensure you have access to weather advisory alert systems.
- Tune-up snow blowers and other snow removal equipment or consider hiring a snow removal contractor.
- Make a plan for when off-premise work is necessary.
- Maintain a supply of salt, sand and/or other ice melters.
- Obtain proper footwear (boots, ice cleats, indoor shoes).
- Post slip/trip/fall advisories around the building.
- Ensure entryway mats and housekeeping supplies are on the ready.
Contact your dedicated United Heartland loss control consultant or visit our resource library for more WalkSafe tips, tools and information.
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- eLearning: Helping You WalkSafe
- WalkSafe: Salt/Sand Shaker Order Form
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- WalkSafe: Walk Like a Penguin Poster
- WalkSafe: Snow and Ice Removal Log
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