Proper planning can minimize these accidents.
Plumbing regulations require that heated water is to be stored at a minimum temperature of 60◦ C to inhibit the growth of Legionella bacteria. Delivered heated water is not to exceed 45◦ C for younh, aged sick or people with disabilities and is not to exceed 50◦ C in all other circumstances.
There are several types of devices including thermostatic mixing and tempering valves which can be installed in various locations with the same end effect.
Tiles can become slippery when wet. If an abrasive grit is added to the glaze during manufacturing, the tile will be more slip-resistant but also very hard to clean. There is no requirement of slip-resistant tiles in bathroom but can be used if specified by consumer or local council.