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In today’s increasingly litigious environment it can be difficult to ensure the safety of pedestrians on your site. As part of our temporary fencing and related product range, we supply temporary barriers which can help with managing pedestrian traffic, crowd and safety control, and delineate areas.
We have noticed that some industries use standard temporary fencing for crowd control purposes. With public safety in mind, we strongly advise against this, as standard temporary fencing contains more trip hazards with large heavy feet, bracing and stays.
TEMPORARY BARRIERS FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS
Whether you require a barrier for crowd control or safety our temporary barriers can be used in many different instances including:
- On construction sites
- To keep pedestrians away from the road
- Guide and direct cars and pedestrians during roadworks
- Protect pedestrians, cars and other motorists from a crash or other road incident
PRODUCT DESIGNED & TESTED FOR AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS
Our range of lightweight temporary barriers are hand-welded for strength and have an easy interlocking system for installation. Our temporary barriers are also designed to have removable feet to easily stack and store, and a flat foot design to prevent trip hazards and meet work occupational health and safety requirements.
We offer temporary barriers both in galvanised steel and a high visibility powder-coated safety yellow. We can also manufacture custom colour powder coated products, but a minimum order quantity applies. Contact our friendly team today for more information.
AUSTRALIA WIDE DELIVERY
We deliver our temporary barriers Australia wide and are supported by depots in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Contact us if you would like more information or would like to obtain a quote on our temporary barriers.
Temporary Barrier FAQs
What are temporary barriers used for?
Temporary barriers can be used for many different tasks including crowd control, managing pedestrian traffic, safety control and delineate areas.
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