Walk more slowly.
- Do not run on ice.
- Hold onto rails when taking steps.
- Wear shoes with treads. These will help grip the ice.
I watched this and remembered the maternal advice in Mrs. Gaskell'sCranford, to a new wife in a new home: "Whatever you do, my dear, do be sure to go up the stairs, before coming down."
PS If you MUST fall on ice, do it hot, like hockey players.
Bambi Falling On Ice