New Visusafe for improved workplace safety and protection

Improved levels of workplace safety and protection are provided by the new Visusafe range of barriers, column protectors, flexi delineators and speed reduction bumps from industrial visual communication solutions specialist, Beaverswood.

The range combines impact resistant and eye-catching features with the latest in high performance materials, low maintenance features and durable design, to provide cost effective safety solutions for distribution centres, warehouses, manufacturing and production facilities, retail properties and other applications.
 
The range features tough and hardwearing space saving and regular size Polywrap column protectors - which are available in seven sizes for quick and easy external and internal installation - and hard wearing and highly visible yellow Armco barrier safety corners and ends. These have been specifically designed and developed to enable materials handling equipment, powered industrial truck operators and HGV vehicle drivers to better see the barrier systems in place in and around the warehouse environment.

Flexi-delineators, which offer improved vehicle routing and pedestrian safety in a range of industrial and commercial applications, have been included as part of a package to provide end-users with a high visibility crush and bend resistant, self-righting post system. These can be used effectively to indicate and protect specific zones and areas around an industrial building or complex.

Impact resistant compression moulded speed reduction bumps, available in either 50mm or 75mm thickness black and yellow individual units, are also included in the range. Designed for access road traffic calming and low speed zones such as car parks, individual sections can be quickly and easily linked joined together to fit all road widths and commercial and domestic vehicle requirements.

The Visusafe range is claimed to comply with appropriate safety standards as well as meeting environmental considerations around sustainability, zero waste and consumption of fuels.

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