NFSI

AcronymDefinition
NFSINational Floor Safety Institute (Southlake, TX)
NFSINon invasive Functional Source Imaging (International Symposium)
NFSINational Forensic Science Institute (University of Tennessee)
NFSINear and Far Sciences for Illinois
NFSIN-Fluorobenzenesulfonamide
NFSINamibian Farmers' Support Initiative
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The NFSI is located in Nestle's existing Research and Development Centre in Beijing, part of the company's global network of 34 R&D and Product Technology Centres.
According to the NFSI, walking surfaces are most likely to be identified as the primary cause of a slip, trip-and-fall accident and comprise 55 percent of all falls.
According to NFSI officials, walking surfaces are most likely to be identified as the primary cause of a slip, trip-and-fall accident and comprise 55% of all falls.
According to NFSI president Russ Kendzior, this means that one floorcovering manufacturer develops or follows one way to measure floor traction levels and performance characteristics, while another company uses an entirely different system.
Several organizations, including the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI, www.nfsi.org), use or recommend a device called the BOT-3000, or Binary Output Tribometer (www.uwtlp.com).
The National Food Safety Initiative (NFSI) was started in 1997 as an effort to decrease the incidence and risk for foodborne illness (3).
Ten out of 19 of the best-selling household floor cleaners made floors more slippery than they were before cleaning, according to a National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI), Southlake, TX study.
(NFSI) has arranged a $34 million acquisition and rehabilitation financing of the Valley Palm Apartments, a 354-unit project in San Jose, California.
That's really important when preventing slips and falls," says Russell Kendzior, President and Chairman of the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI).
The upgraded equipment, ASM 825A , follows ANSI/NFSI B 101.1-2009 directly and is recognized by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI).
The Grippy Surgical Absorbent Mat is designed to not rip, tear or fray under heavy foot traffic and has been tested and certified by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) as a high-traction surface which can reduce slip and fall claims by as much as 90 percent when used as part of a Floor Safety Program.
Uneven or cluttered walkways: The mats you use to prevent slips on smooth floors can become a trip hazard if they curl or buckle, says Russell Kendzior, president of the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preventing slips and falls through education, research, and standards development.