A well-consider fencing plan ensures your purchase is efficient

A good fencing plan deals with optimum safety and security, regulating access, enclosing the terrain or road, emergency exit signs, and prevention of a noise nuisance. All of these situations require an event organiser to find a fencing solution. We recommend that you always start by drawing up a fencing plan so you can get a clear understanding of what type of fencing you need and in what quantity. In addition to gaining insight into what you need in terms of fencing, a fencing plan also helps you be cost-efficient. This blog how you arrive at the efficient usage of fencing.

Posted on 04 September 2019 by Ruud Verhagen    Fences


New Heras Anti-Climb site fencing with an even longer lifetime

Site fencing need to be installed if you want to secure your building site. Anti-Climb site fencing helps increase building site security and keep unwanted visitors out. The finer mesh and anti-climb feature make Anti-Climb site fencing one of the most secure on the market. To make it more durable, Heras has also welded corner brackets on its Anti-Climb Round Top site fences. This extends the lifetime of the frame, which is already very strong.

Posted on 18 April 2019 by Lou Spierings    Safe and sustainable workingFences


Increase security at your building site with anti-lift protection

Good site fencing helps keep unauthorised persons off the building site. At its most basic, (temporary) site fencing consists of fences, blocks and clamps. But in some cases, simply installing a fence isn’t enough. There are numerous extra accessories that you can use to make site fencing stronger and more secure. One of the many accessories that makes your site fencing more secure is anti-lift protection. 

Posted on 15 April 2019 by Lou Spierings    Project securityFences


Site fencing dimensions: what do you need to take into account?

Proper fencing ensures you section off your building site and prevent unauthorised persons having access to it. Standard site fences are 3.5 metres wide and 2 metres high, and are used to section off a building site’s largest areas. But there are many different types of site fencing that can be used these days. How do you decide which type is most suitable for your building site? And how many fences do you need? This blog explains what you need to take into account.

Posted on 12 April 2019 by Lou Spierings    Fences


How to manage logistics on your building site

The logistical movement of freight traffic is a daily occurrence on building sites. Using access control for freight traffic helps to ensure optimal efficiency. An obvious and separate entrance and exit for freight traffic helps make it clear which suppliers and goods are present on the building site, and provides an insight into and overview of the history, so you know what transport movements you can expect. A controlled entrance and exit also keeps unauthorised persons off the building site.

Posted on 09 April 2019 by Barry de Laat    AccessSafe and sustainable working


Organising access for people at the building site

In order to prevent unwanted visits, a building site needs to be properly closed off to unauthorised persons both during and after working hours. Clear access with the right access control measures in place ensures that unauthorised persons are kept off the building site during working hours. This gives contractors the assurance that only the people who need to be on site have access to it, which also limits the risk of any theft.

Posted on 09 April 2019 by Barry de Laat    AccessSafe and sustainable working


To rent or buy construction fences? 5 recommendations to make the right choice

A recurring question for many contractors is am I going to rent or buy construction fences? Many contractors believe that renting is more expensive than buying. However, in many cases, renting is absolutely more attractive than buying when it comes to the bottom line.

Posted on 04 March 2019 by Lou Spierings    Fences


Sustainable and safe logistics: Heras-Mobile member of CLOCS and FORS

In the UK, still too many accidents happen with vulnerable road users as a result of construction logistics. To take ownership of this problem and contribute to the solution, the industry created two national industry standards CLOCS and FORS. CLOCS and FORS work together and represent a united response to improve road safety. At Heras-Mobile, we want to work together with other organizations in support of high safety levels and are therefore are a proud member of CLOCS and FORS.

Posted on 06 November 2018 by Adrian Furminger    Safe and sustainable working