Specifying Dance Floors - White Paper Summary

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Specifying Dance Floors - White Paper Summary

by Harlequin Floors (British Harlequin plc)

Professional dancers can spend 6 to 8 hours a day working in a dance studio and as their place of work it should offer a safe environment fit for the purpose. The dance floor makes an important contribution to safe performance without risk of slips and falls or longer-term stress injuries. A good dance floor instils confidence in dancers to give full expression to their creativity, safe in the knowledge the dance floor will offer a consistent response. This publication reviews the issues relevant to specifying floors suitable for dance, progress on defining standards and new research.

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