The Brief:

Our client was a West Sussex-based, family-owned plant nursery and garden centre in Worthing supplying plants to both the public and local authorities. When it reopened following the national COVID-19 lockdown it wanted to provide a safe walkway in the car park leading to the entrance of the garden centre, so that customers could maintain social distancing.

 

The Solution:

We provided the nursery with 40 Chapter 8 safety barriers, which are a go-to system for traffic and pedestrian control and warning. Due to their high-visibility aesthetics and reflective panels Chapter 8 safety barriers are ideal for warning purposes, offering a reliable ‘all round’ temporary safety solution. As well as being lightweight, the barriers were joined together using a linking pin system, making them easy to reposition.

We were working to a very short time frame and were able to deliver the barriers to site within 24 hours of receiving the initial enquiry from the nursery.

Social Distancing Chapter 8 Barriers

The Outcome:

The swift turnaround meant that the nursery could reopen to the public on time and that vehicle and pedestrian traffic could be managed in a safe and controlled way.

 

If you are looking for pedestrian barriers to maintain social distancing, or to manage the flow of traffic on your site please contact us to discuss your requirements. Our team of safety specialists will provide you with expert advice and a free, no obligation quotation.