To protect personnel, equipment, facility, and inventory from hazards, protective guarding is frequently installed in manufacturing and warehouse facilities. It can be a fixed barrier that indicates a boundary or slows or stops an impact. Alternately, protective guarding can be sensing devices programmed to trigger an alarm or stop machine operation should they detect the presence of an employee in an unsafe area. Typical applications include fixed rails surrounding moving equipment or machinery, safety fencing or netting placed around high-bay material storage areas to catch falling objects or specialized switches that sound loud bells or buzzers should unauthorized access occur.


    Partitions

    Isolation Room

    Crowd Control