If traffic management and site safety are a top priority for your business then you’ve probably considered how you might manage traffic speed. Signs are a great start but physical aides, such as speed humps, offer a visible and sensory speed deterrent. There are dozens of names for these speed-reduction devices, from speed humps, speed bumps, speed calmers to sleeping policeman, and in this article, we’ll cover their different applications.
Forklifts are a vital tool on worksites and in warehouses, as they allow the shuttling of inventory in an efficient and productive manner. However as the average forklift weighs between 1.8T-2.5T, and can travel at speeds up to 15kmph in New Zealand, it’s important that great care is taken. Forklift accidents cause harm to New Zealand workers every year and damage of products and assets.
Road plates are often used in the civil and roading infrastructure industry to temporarily cover a trench, hole or other disrupted area. In this blog we compare the conventional steel road plates to our composite road plates, to help you decide which option works best when you’re after an efficient, safe and cost-effective solution to cover excavations!
Originally designed for mooring boats, bollards in the modern age have a variety of practical purposes. These short, sturdy vertical posts now play an important role in traffic management, pedestrian guidance and property protection, creating a harmonious flow between pedestrians, vehicles and their environment.