Around the world most forms of transportation including airports and airplanes, subway trains and subway stations, trains and train stations, buses and bus terminals, ferries and ferry terminals, bus shelters, recreational vehicles (RVs), trucks, emergency vehicles, wheelchair vans, pedestrian ramps and walkways, parking lots and garages all use a variety of No Skidding® products to help address and reduce slips and falls.  Walkways and ramps within stations or terminals and surfaces within various transportation vehicles can be dangerous without the correct anti-slip solutions.  No Skidding® offer a complete range of anti-slip solutions for the transportation industry that are NFSI certified and exceed OSHA and ADA guidelines.  Our products are used by OEM’s, industry, transit authorities, and government to proactively and also reactively make walking surfaces safer for their patrons and workers.

Airports & Airplanes

The number of passengers travelling by air is expected to double by 2035. Whether it is in the air or within the thousands of busy airport terminals that facilitate air travel the indisputable priority is passenger safety. No Skidding® products have been in continual use by airlines and airports globally for their high effectiveness as anti-slip solutions.

Trains & Subways

Trains & SubwaysAround the world train travel use continues to climb. Ramps, walkways and stairs help ensure the smooth movement of rail passengers to and from and also within trains. For decades No Skidding® Products’ cost-effective anti-slip solutions have been used to help facilitate a safer environment for rail passengers whether at the station or on the train.

Buses & Mass Transit

Globally city roads are getting more and more congested and people are using various forms of mass transit with increasing frequency. Municipalities have a priority to keep their transportation systems running safely, efficiently, and affordably. Since 1993 No Skidding® products have been used to reduce slips within subway trains, on buses and street cars, on platforms, ramps, staircases, elevators and even on handrails for mass transit around the globe.