Why choose Gardus®?
Customise or adjust to suite multiple hatch sizes.
Barrier designs that display clear messaging.
Lightweight to carry
Easy to move around and store for quick application.
Confined Space Barrier Web
The confined space web has a versatile design, suitable for use across a range of hatch opening types whilst still providing a high-strength barrier.
- Flexible to fit multiple hatch types
- Allows for multiple hoses and services to run through
- Suitable for horizontal and vertical manways
Confined Space Barrier Bar
Simple to deploy, the Confined Space Barrier Bar can be fixed over openings using existing bolts, with the slotted fixing area allowing for adjustability.
- Available in two options: Lite and Extreme
- Uniquely numbered for lockout procedures
- Suits multiple hatch sizes
Safety Hatch Cover
For barricading off confined spaces, this hatch cover is very tough option which is fully customised to fit specific hatch openings.
- Fully customisable to specific hatches
- Extra tough for maximum safety
- Bespoke graphics to suit safety procedures
- Full coverage to reduce water ingress
Explore your Confined Space Barrier options
Get in touch with our expert team for advice. Our Gardus® Confined Space Barrier products can be adjusted to suit your requirements and create a safer working environment for your workforce.
- Experts in lockout systems
- Environmentally sustainable
- Durability assurance
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Gardus® Confined Space Barrier FAQs
Confined space barriers are physical structures or devices used to prevent unauthorised access to confined spaces. They are designed to ensure the safety of workers by restricting entry into hazardous or restricted areas.
Confined space barriers play a crucial role in preventing accidents and protecting workers from the dangers associated with confined spaces. They help maintain control over access, reduce the risk of unauthorised entry, and provide a visual reminder of the potential hazards present.
Common types of confined space barriers include portable barricades, safety tapes, expandable barriers, safety cones, lockout/tagout systems, and physical enclosures such as fences or gates.
Confined space barriers are used in a variety of settings, including industrial facilities, construction sites, manufacturing plants, utility spaces, underground tunnels, storage tanks, and other confined or restricted areas where hazardous conditions exist.
Confined space barriers enhance safety by clearly marking the boundaries of a restricted area, alerting individuals to potential dangers, preventing accidental entry, and reducing the likelihood of unauthorised personnel entering hazardous spaces.
When selecting confined space barriers, factors such as the nature of the hazard, the size and layout of the confined space, visibility requirements, ease of installation and removal, durability, and compliance with relevant safety standards should be taken into consideration.
Yes, Gardus® Confined Space Barriers can often be customised to meet specific requirements. Customisation may involve incorporating warning signs, reflective markings, access points for authorised personnel, or adapting the barriers to fit the dimensions of the confined space.