Protection Systems for Warehouse Premises

Submitted by T Bennett on Mon, 01/27/2020 - 17:57

What protection system should your firm invest in for its warehouse premises?

Dock SafetyYou shouldn’t need to be reminded of the very real danger that can be posed to your workers and goods if suitable protection systems aren’t in place on your site – especially in and around your loading bay. After all, if a vehicle drives off or creeps away from the loading bay during the vehicle loading process, a major accident could occur that causes serious injuries.

This is why we would suggest seeking out our advice and expertise here at Easilift Loading Systems – but which of our protection systems would be best-suited to your own premises and circumstances?

Vehicle restraint system

It is our fully automatic vehicle restraint system that comes to many of our prospective clients’ minds when they are contemplating investing in a sophisticated and dependable protection system.

This shouldn’t be a great surprise, given the effectiveness of our 505NG vehicle restraint system in keeping a parked vehicle locked safely in place so that the vehicle does not drive off or creep away prematurely. The integrated vehicle guide is instrumental in ensuring the central positioning of the vehicle in the loading bay.

Galvanised and designed to have only a minimal number of moving parts, our vehicle restraint system is known for its durability, longevity and ease of maintenance. It also has a highly intuitive control system, and can be straightforwardly installed on most surfaces.

Dock management system

Speaking of ease of installation, much the same can be said of the Dock Management System that we have jointly developed with Traka.

This is another excellent solution for ensuring vehicles do not drive away from a loading bay before the safe closure of the dock doors, not least due to its affordability. We can retrofit this solution to your existing control system if necessary, or you can specify it on an all-new installation.

Wheel chocks

Finally, we are also pleased to be able to offer an economically attractive manual alternative to a vehicle restraint system, in the form of our various wheel chocks.

Our wheel chocks can be purchased with or without sensors, and in rubber, metal and double wheel forms. Different types of wheel chocks naturally suit different vehicle types and situations, but whichever ones you may choose to order from us, you can expect superb ease of use.

 

Take action now to protect your employees and goods

Why not request your quote for wheel docks, a Dock Management System or our highly regarded vehicle restraint system today, as you can do via the relevant product page on our website?

Alternatively, give our team a call or use our chatbot to receive the informed advice and guidance that will enable you to choose the best possible solution for your own organisation’s premises.

 

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