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Barriers and Social Distancing for Retail Professionals

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 22nd June 2020

Barriers and Social Distancing for Retail Professionals

As shops and retail establishments begin to open back up following the coronavirus lock-down. There is a need to help visitors to retail environments to keep safe when queuing to enter premises. As you may have experienced yourself. The un-ceremonial queue around the car park of a big shop, supermarket or store in a retail park is quite daunting as a paying customer. If the right fencing and barriers are not put in place, or indeed correctly installed in the right amount, can leave your potential customers at risk and also poses as threat to your turnover if they just…

Better Security with Barriers and Fencing

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: 4th February 2021

Better Security with Barriers and Fencing

During the first lockdown of 2020, the major supermarkets scrabbled to find the easiest way to ensure that their customers could queue safely whilst waiting to enter their store. Up and down the country we were called to provide metal barriers to fulfil that remit and keep people safe and maintain social distancing. One well known supermarket chain also called on us to provide crowd control barriers to their 900 or so UK wide retail sites. Read the retail case study here (Opens link to page on this site in new tab / window) Numbers of crowd control barriers needed…

Chapter 8 – More Than Just Barriers

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: 11th April 2019

Chapter 8 - More Than Just Barriers

One of the myths of the construction industry is that Chapter 8 is the name of the plastic barriers placed around temporary road works to protect the public. Chapter 8 is not the name of the barriers. Chapter 8 is the name of the guidelines that should be followed when completing temporary road works. The DfT (Department for Transport) has released a comprehensive guide known as the Traffic Signs Manual, in which Chapter 8 is split into two parts: Part 1: Road Works and Temporary Situations – Design: Guidance for the design of temporary traffic management arrangements which should be…

Strong Wall Barriers

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: 14th January 2016

Strong Wall Barriers

Strong wall barriers are used to protect pedestrians from hazards, such as road work, events or small excavations. Our Chapter 8 compliant Strong Wall Barriers are extremely wind resistant. They can be utilised both as a pedestrian or vehicle barriers. Due to their stability, they will not topple over causing injury to either pedestrians or vehicles. They can be utilised whilst road work is being carried out or at events. We offer a whole range of safety barriers including crowd control barriers too. Please note, whilst they are easy to Due to their stability, they will not topple over causing…

Metal Crowd Control Barriers

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: 5th January 2016

Metal Crowd Control Barriers

PAL Hire can supply metal crowd control barriers which are ideal for pedestrian and crowd control. Crowd control barriers are ideal to keep the crowd in control and safe. Made of strong galvanised steel, these barriers can be further secured by barrier attachments which can be placed on the base for added protection. If you are not sure how many barriers you require for your event, contact the expert team at PAL Hire who can provide you an accurate estimation and also discussion with you the range of different barriers we have for hire.

Pyramid Barriers

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: 18th January 2018

Pyramid Barriers

This road traffic separator is unique in that way that it rotates a full 90 degrees to enable contractors to ‘box off’ projects giving added security. The Pyramid barrier comes in standard Red and White but can be produced on corporate colours at no extra cost. Weighing only 5kg when empty and 55kg when full, the Pyramid Barriers are the best choice for cost and effectiveness. Stackability is no issue and links with most of the existing barriers available on the market. The Pyramid also incorporate a fencing system for additional pedestrian safety.

Roadliner Barriers

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: 15th January 2016

Roadliner Barriers

Roadliner barriers are used on roads as an alternative to concrete safety barriers, to redirect traffic.

Euro Barriers

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: 19th January 2018

Euro Barriers

Our durable water filled euro barriers are a simple to deploy solution for rerouting traffic flow on roads and at a variety of sites. Our euro barriers feature purpose-designed top grooves for full compatibility with reflective post and plank safety systems.

Site-Wall Barriers

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: 19th January 2018

Site-Wall Barriers

Available for purchase and delivered nationwide, our heavy duty water-filled Site-Wall barriers are ideal for ensuring security at construction sites, outdoor events and more. These barriers are intended for use with our mesh fence extension panels, which see each stand at a total height of two meters.

Crash-Tested MASS Barriers

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: 22nd January 2018

Crash-Tested MASS Barriers

M.A.S.S. (Multi Application Safety System) barriers have a number of benefits for street works safety. As a flexible solution to crash safety, MASS Barriers are streets ahead with a range of options proven to assist in the road safety of vehicles, pedestrians and road workers. Key features Range of high visibility safety colours Linking system Vehicle roll-on-roll-off stability Crash tested to full T2 W5 levels Non-permanent fixing – no drilling or coring necessary Speedy installation, assembly and repositioning All rounds safety for workers, drivers and pedestrians Relatively lightweight for easy transportation and storage Unit adaptations to accommodate rotations through 180°