Yes, but you'll need to absolutely remove any wax, and have favorable weather.
Then you paint the concrete, and add traction grit to it. This is sort of like sand, but designed to work with the paint.
If it wasn't outdoors, I would say the perfect paint was 2-part epoxy garage floor paint. However it is outdoors, and UV light from the paint would quickly kill the epoxy.
I would consult your local Sherwin Williams/Industrial dealer and see what they recommend for an outdoor-friendly concrete paint that is in 2 components. 1-part paint is not nearly as reliable, because it needs air contact to dry, and it will not find that in the microscopic crevasses of the concrete. As such, it will not fully penetrate and will more easily spall off in the future. You need a paint that would dry in the can, and that obviously must be sold as a 2-part paint to be mixed.