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Category: Site Hoarding

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Construction Hoarding Types

Posted by RTC Fencing on 31st October 2017

Hoardings for construction sites are mandatory in the UK and when you look at the benefits of having them on site, you can see why. Construction Hoarding Types Protection, health and safety and risk reduction – as well as insurance obligations – are just a few of the positives for widespread hoardings use. However, there are a few considerations to take into account before choosing the type of hoarding to install. Timber Hoardings The classic hoarding system that offers great long-term security for large construction sites. Here are the reasons why: Available in post-mounted, concrete set and counterweighted concrete block variants…

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Site Hoarding Inspection Checklist

Posted by RTC Fencing on 4th September 2017

To ensure your site hoardings are compliant with all regulations and keep your staff, equipment and the public safe, this month RTC Fencing are providing a handy checklist. Site Hoarding Inspection Checklist Secured Gates Regulation 13 (6) stipulates that you need a method of controlled access for your site. Therefore, a purpose-built gate must be installed that is big enough to let your largest vehicles pass through on to site. If you are expecting there to be heavy traffic in and out of the gates, you should also install a separate gate for workers to pass through safely. Secured access: for…

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Site Hoarding Regulations: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by RTC Fencing on 5th June 2017

Construction sites are everywhere and though they are necessary to build homes and improve city centres, there’s no escaping the fact that they can be dangerous. To protect the public and reduce the chances of costly machinery and materials theft, you need a strong and durable solution that is easily erected and dismantled. What is Site Hoarding? Site hoarding is (also known as construction hoarding) is form of temporary fencing. It is used to divide venues at large events and to restrict the public on industrial construction sites. This type of temporary fencing can also be seen at : Outdoor events…

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