Bristol Airport, although one of the smaller airports in the UK can still be very busy. Here is our survival guide to safely negotiating round the airport without having any accidents, especially slips, trips and falls.
How are slips, trips and falls caused in Bristol airport?
There are many ways that slips, trips and falls could be caused in this or any airport. From abandoned luggage, people not looking where they are going and children running about there are several potential slip, trip or fall injuries waiting to be sustained in an airport such as Bristol.
How to avoid sustaining a slip, trip or fall injury?
The best thing you can do in order to avoid having to make a slip, trip or fall claim is to always look where you are walking and make sure you are aware of what and who is around you. This will not only mean you will be able to avoid that bag left in the aisle thus preventing a slip, trip or fall but you will also be able to prevent any slip, trips or falls from happening by pre-empting people or children and moving out of the way before it is too late.
Other than this, make sure you leave plenty of time to get from check in, to security and then the boarding gate. This will mean that you will not need to rush around the terminal which should help prevent a slip, trip or fall. Allowing plenty of time to get through the airport will also make you less stressed which will mean that not only will you be able to relax more but also that you are more focussed and less likely to sustain a slip, trip or fall injury whilst not concentrating on negotiating round the terminal.