Pedestrian perimeter barrier

Site access should be carefully maintained in order to reduce the risk to the general public.

The boundary of the site should be clearly marked during both the day and night.

This is to notify the local community, visitors and workforce where access is permitted and restricted, eliminating safety risks and also trespassing.

The site below ensured this safety measure was in place using a pedestrian perimeter barrier:

  • The contractor developed and used a solar powered, portable traffic barrier at the site entrance which was activated by a buried traffic sensor loop;
  • This ensured that all pedestrians used the code locked pedestrian gate for access;
  • Whilst principally developed to enhance safety at the access point by ensuring separation of delivery vehicles and pedestrians, this barrier also improved site perimeter appearance and used renewable energy.

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Monitor report. Kier Living Ltd. Cambridgeshire. May 2016


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