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Five ways to Use Crowd Control Barriers

All Outdoor Events need to manage Safety, Security and Crowd Control.

Most events in the UK will have some form of Health and Safety requirement, which can sometimes be a little off-putting for Organisers.

But the Benefits of a Crowd Control System outweigh everything else, and using Crowd Control Barriers is likely to be much easier than you think.

When we think of Crowd Control, we probably think of Festivals, Sports Events and Concerts, but Crowd Control is also essential for smaller events such as a Village Fayre, Indoor Food Market or a Sale Event at our Favourite Store.

Wherever a Crowd is expected, whether Small or Large, you must have a strategy for Controlling Crowds.

The Crowd Control Barrier

Crowd Control Barriers are an effective method to control a Crowd.

Crowd Barriers are cost-effective and commonly made from either Plastic or Metal.

Metal Crowd Barriers will be manufactured from Galvanised Steel with fixed feet.

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Plastic Pedestrian Barriers are often used to control indoor pedestrian traffic, and Post and Chain Barrier systems are often used for Queue systems.

Five Ways to use Crowd Barriers

1, Use Control Barriers for overall Safety and Service, including;

A Barrier around Hazardous Areas

Access Control

Separate Pedestrians from Vehicles

General Safety is the overall Objective.

Using Safety Barriers gives you control and ensures your visitors feel safe.

Your Event Safety should be easy to manoeuvre and strategically placed to ensure the visitor experience is not impacted.

2, Moving Pedestrian Traffic from A-B

Your fixed leg barriers are ideal for this, and with the addition of powder-coated barriers in different colours, you will provide visitors with visual signals.

Ensure you Plan and Monitor your Layout to check your Visitors are moving from A to B quickly and Safely.

If you spot a Bottleneck or Confusion, Fixed Leg Barriers can be easily and quickly moved.

3, Transport Movement

Remember you are likely to have different types of Transport moving in and out of your event.

Pedestrians must be kept secure when a vehicle is moving on the site.

4, Secure Areas

You may have Areas with Restricted Access, such as Storage Areas, Staff Areas, and VIP Areas.

Use Fixed Leg Red Metal Barriers to help visualise the No Access Message.

5, Visitor Experience 

Your visitors will have high expectations and be full of anticipation and excitement when attending your Event.

Ensuring your Pedestrian Flow is optimised for ease of use and Safety is your key Objective to ensure your visitors return.

A reputable Temporary Fencing Supplier will be able to help with Planning, Buying and Delivery whilst providing competitive prices for Buy or Hire.

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Whether it’s a couple of Barriers for a small local Summer Fayre or a Large Volume, which will need a Range of Gates and Barriers, use the Guidelines to ensure you maximise your Barrier System and your Event runs Smoothly.

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Temporary Fencing Assembly Tips

Temporary Fencing is commonly used on Building Sites and Event Sites to protect Passing Pedestrians, Construction Workers and Event Personal from any Safety Hazards and ensure the site is secure.

But, a Temporary Fencing System can be ineffective if installed incorrectly.

Installing Temporary Fencing is a reasonably straightforward process, and a Temporary Fence can be Installed or Dismantled on location.

Our Installation Tips are for a standard Temporary Fencing Panel, and we have a Team of Technical Experts who can offer advice for more complex projects.

Temporary Fencing Assembly Guide

1, Planning

Visualise and Plan your Fencing location.

Your objective is Safety and Security. Use Tactical Layouts and Drawings, and consult with a Reputable Temporary Fencing Supplier who may be able to help with the Planning Stage.

Remember to plan for all Situations including Weather and Trespass Risk.

Ensure you have Fencing which suits your needs and surroundings.

If you are in an Urban Area or running a large event such as a Music Festival consider Anti Climb Fence Panels and Anti Tamper Clamps.

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2, Find your Supplier

You have gone through the Planning Stage, and know what is required.

Work with your Fence Supplier to ensure you have everything you need for installation and agree on Delivery Dates.

3, Installation Team

Your Installation Team should have adequate Safety Equipment and the correct tools to install your Fence.

Whether you are on a Building site or Event Site, it is important your Team are trained for Installation and Health and Safety Regs.

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Click here for gov.uk Guidance on Running Events Safely

4, Your Team

have installed your Temporary Fencing, you should continue to carry out regular checks on your Fence, to ensure it is not compromised by Wind, Rain or Vandalism.

5, For additional Security

ensure all Hazards are marked by Installing Hi Vis Strips and Signage, and consider Lighting.

6, Ensure

you have created Safe Working Areas for Workers and Visitors.

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7, Install a Gate or Barrier to the Site

This should be controlled and used by workers and visitors.

Pedestrian Gates and Vehicle Gates can be integrated into your Temporary Fence, and Digital Gates with Entrance Codes can be easily installed.

8, Evaluate your Fencing System on a regular basis

As your Building Site or Event Site organically Grows or Shrinks, it is important your Temporary Fencing is fully Optimised.

9, Keep checking

Your Fence at least Twice a Day. Check for Damage, Holes, Weather Damage, Loose Clamps, Damaged Signage, and Installation Errors.

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10, Plan for the end of the Project

Have you Hired or Purchased your Fence System?

Do you plan to re-use your Temporary Fence and accessories, What do you plan to do with damaged unusable sections or parts, What is the environmental impact if you need to dispose of your Temporary Fencing?

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A Reputable Supplier will be on hand to help with this and may offer a collection, buyback, and recycling service.

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Of course, no project will be the same and our Tips are General Guidance.

Planning and implementing each Stage will mean your Site will remain Safe and Secure.

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What is the Most Common Barrier used in Construction?

You are likely to drive or walk by Safety Barriers, Pedestrian Barriers, Plastic Barriers, and many more types of Barrier every day.

But you probably don’t take much notice, which is probably a good thing and means the Barrier System is working and doing the job of keeping Pedestrians safe, Traffic Controlled and Workers Secure.

Not Only are mass barriers used on Construction Projects, but Barriers are commonly used at Events, Festivals, Road Maintenace and Street Works.

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The type of Barrier System used will generally depend on Site Factors which would include

  • Foot Traffic Volumes
  • Vehicular Traffic
  • Traffic
  • Roadside Projects
  • Construction Sites
  • Local Authorities
  • High-Speed Areas
  • Type of Outdoor Events
  • High Traffic Areas
  • Highways
  • Road Works
  • Crowd Control
  • Weather Conditions

To be effective, the correct Safety Barriers must be used.

Whilst cost-effectiveness is also an important factor, an incorrect or ineffective Barrier System may cost you more in the long run with the potential for Legal Action and Criminal Action.

Construction Sites

Due to the nature of Construction Sites, the types of Barriers used in Construction Zones will include;

  • Concrete Barriers
  • Steel Fence Panels
  • Plastic Barriers
  • Water Filled Barriers
  • Roadside Barriers
  • Hoarding
  • Temporary Pedestrian Gates
  • Temporary Vehicle Gates

A Building Sites Barrier System is in place to protect Construction Workers, Unauthorised Entry, Trespassers, Vehicular Traffic, Pedestrians and the General Public.

Construction Site Barriers and Fencing Systems need planning and Managing early on in the Construction site’s Organisation Phase.

Part of HSE Regulations Protecting the Public and more help is available here.

Plastic Barriers

Plastic Barriers can be used as Pedestrian Barriers and include Chapter 8 Barriers.

This type of Barrier can often be seen directing foot traffic and is usually made from high-density polyethylene with reflective panels.

Plastic Barriers are quick and easy to Install and Dismantle using an eye connection system, and due to their Lightweight Nature, they are easy to Transport.

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Water Filled Barriers

This type of Plastic Barrier is often used as a road barrier to direct traffic and offer protection to road users and Pedestrians.

A High Visibility Continuous Wall can be installed and is an ideal solution when more robust Road barriers are required.

These Road Barriers can be easily stacked and are crash tested to provide ultimate protection.

With some planning, your Mass Barriers will be practical and provide protection and security.

A reputable Temporary Fencing Expert will be able to assist you with Planning, Purchase, Delivery and Installation Advice.

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Festival Fencing & Event Fencing

As the weather warms up here in the UK, we can all look forward to Outdoor Events and Festivals.

We are great at Festivals in the UK, and Visitors attend our Festivals from all over the World.

Festival Organisers prioritise Security and Safety and Install High-Quality Temporary Fencing, Event Fencing, and Crowd Control Barriers to ensure their Festival Fencing does not let them down.

Twenty Million of us has attended a Festival, Event or Concert in the past Seven Years.

In 2019 alone, before the pandemic struck, just under Thirty Four Million attended an Event, Concert or Festival.

Safety and Security are taken seriously at the Large Scale events, and the vast scale of Security Fencing you may see is strategically placed to keep us safe and secure.

The Event Industry here in the UK contributes to our economy, culture, arts, and wellness.

Due to the Pandemic, UK Events and Festivals suffered, but the demand has quickly returned, with Huge Optimism for 2022.

You can look forward to a whole range of events, including Music Festivals, Food Festivals, Car Festivals, Family Festivals and many more.

Music Festival

Outdoor Music Festivals are typically scheduled during the Summer Months of May to September.

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These are usually paid events over One, Two or even Five Days. Additionally, revellers may have the option to Camp on the Festival Site.

This means more planning for the Organisers, with Security Fencing placed inside the Perimeter to separate Camp Sites.

Music Events is for everyone and will typically have Children’s Entertainment, Fairground Rides, and Food and Drink Outlets in addition to the main event.

Food Festivals

Food Festivals have gained popularity over the past five years.

Many now include High-Quality Music Acts, heaps of Entertainment for Adults and Children, and plenty of Food and Drink to indulge in.

As the size of Food Festivals has grown, so does the need for Security Fencing and Event Planning.

Food Events run all year round, with more Outdoor during Summer and the Festive Period.

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Sports Events

Large scale Sporting Events are utilising the potential and adding extras to Sporting Events to lure attendees into staying on the event Site.

Horse Racing, Cycling and Formula One operate Safe and Secure Event Sites to provide Visitors with After Event Concerts and Hospitality.

Event Fencing

Event Fencing will include High-Quality Temporary Fencing, Crowd Control Barriers and Security Fencing.

When planning a Festival, the Organisers aim to minimise any Risk whilst enhancing the experience for Festival Goers, Staff, Security Personnel, Vendors and Artists.

The Event Organisers Expertise will be tested to ensure Temporary Fencing Solutions are planned and the Event Fencing is adequate for attendees and event employees.

Three-Step Plan used by Festival Organisers include;

  • Strategy One – Objectives incl Safety and Customer Experience
  • Strategy Two – Tactical Planning – Drawings and Working with Event Fencing Specialists
  • Strategy Three – Implement Event Fencing – Installation and Dismantle

Additionally, the Festival Organisers will be working with Temporary Fencing Suppliers and Contractors, Using Budgets to make an informed decision on whether to Buy or Hire.

Safety Protocol ensures Temporary Fencing Solutions are installed correctly and checked regularly.

Having Safety Plans in case something goes wrong and removing the Festival without Impact on the Local and Global Environment using Sustainable Methods.

Whatever the size of the Festival, these Steps are essential for the Security and Safety of everyone on and around the Festival grounds.

Temporary Fencing

Temporary Fencing Solutions for your Event or Festival are available to suit Size, Budget and optimise your Security Fencing.

Metal Temporary Fences 

The most popular Temporary Fencing for any Event and festival but also often used on any Temporary Site such as Building Site Fencing.

Sometimes known as Heras Fencing, the Galvanised Steel Fence Panels are easy to install and Dismantle.

Temporary Fencing Solutions can be Hired or Purchased from Reputable Temporary Fencing Suppliers.

Steel Fencing is both Reusable and Recyclable.

Features include Anti Climb Mesh, Ballast and Stabilisers making this type of Temporary Fencing resilient to High Winds and Vandalism.

When attending a Festival or Event you are likely to see this type of High-Quality Temporary Fencing solution in place.

Using a Reputable Temporary Fencing Supplier will provide you access to Fencing Experts who can assist with Planning, Delivery and Budget.

Crowd Control Barriers

Essential for Crowd Control, particularly Queue Management.

Optimising your Crowd Control Strategy at any Festival or Event will keep everyone Safe and Happy.

Plan where your Crowd Control Barriers should be placed to ensure Queues remain Controlled and Orderly.

We are all familiar with Crowd Control Barriers and this helps the effectiveness.

High-Quality Barriers come in Different Versions and Colours to suit your needs.

Quick and Easy to Install, Dismantle and move, Crowd Control Barriers are normally Manufactured from Galvanised Steel and available in a range of Powder Coated Colours for increased Awareness and Control, where needed.

Crowd Control Barriers can also be used to

  • Protect Assets and Machinery
  • Direct Transportation
  • Screening off areas from Unauthorised Personel
  • Ensure the Public get from A-B

Using Crowd Control Barriers within your Temporary Fencing Solutions will mean your Security Staff are in Control and Attendees experience and the feeling the Event is Organised and Safe.

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We are all looking forward to Outdoor Events in the UK this year.

The right Temporary Fencing Solutions mean we can all enjoy and relax knowing the event organisers have our backs.

Get in touch with Our Temporary Fencing Team, who can help with any questions you may have.

Always check with Health and Safety Executive on Guidance for running events Safely.

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A Short Guide to Chapter 8

Chapter 8 was set up by the Department of Transport to Support Workers and Road Users in the UK.

Chapter 8 adds extra Traffic Safety Measures whilst Highway Maintenance and Temporary Work is being completed.

The Objective of the Chapter 8 Standards is to ensure all Works and Temporary Situations are Planned, and Safety is optimised for all Workers, Traffic Users and Pedestrians.

Congestion, Delay and Inconvenience should be minimised when Chapter 8 Standards are in place.

The Core Objectives of Chapter 8 are;

  • Early Warning of Temporary Highway Changes and Obstructions
  • Safety Zones for Personal
  • Precise and Clear Instructions for Road Users and Pedestrians
  • Reduce Conflict between Road Users and Road Personel
  • Approved Chapter 8 Traffic Signs and Barriers
  • Ensure Speed Restrictions are Imposed.
  • Retro-Reflective Material on Works Vehicles

How does Chapter 8 Define a Road User?

Any Motorised User or Non-Motorised User is classed as a Road User or Traffic.

Motorised vehicles including Cars, Heavy Goods Vehicles and Motorbikes.

Non Motorised Users including Cyclists, Pedestrians and Horses.

What are Chapter 8 Road Works and Temporary Works?

Any Works, Temporary Restrictions or Road Works that obstruct the Highway are classed as Chapter 8 Road Works and Temporary Works. 

Works near the Highway should also follow Chapter 8 Standards

Works Near High-Speed Roads and Low-Speed Roads include

  • Excavations
  • Road Improvement Schemes 
  • Structural Work
  • Maintenance Work
  • Street Works 

Applicable Areas Include 

  • Highway
  • Verge
  • Hard Shoulder
  • Footway 
  • Cycleway
  • Carriageway
  • Bridleway
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Temporary Traffic Management Arrangements

Due to the Complex and Unique Situation on UK Roads, we can only offer a brief overview of each situation on UK Roads.

The Legal Requirements and Recommended Traffic Safety Measures in Chapter 8 Manuals, should be met at all costs.

Chapter 8 Regulations are Complex and Lengthy.

Traffic Signs Manual

Chapter 8 Part 1 – Design – Traffic Signs Manual

Chapter 8 Part 2 – Operations – Traffic Signs Manual

Chapter 8 Part 3 – Update – Traffic Sign Manual

The complete code of Practice, also known as “The Red Book”, has been published by the Department for Transport.

Safety at Street Works and Road Works – A Code of Practice

Traffic Cones 

Traffic Cones play an integral part in Traffic Control for Temporary Traffic Management Vehicles carrying personnel, Maintenance Vehicles.

Planning Cone Laying Adaption is essential to ensure Optimum Safety Markings and Chapter 8 Compliant.

Traffic Cones and Barriers provide users with a clear indication of what path they should take.

Chapter 8 provides best practices and requirements for Traffic Cones and offers many scenarios, including High-Speed Roads, Daytime Visibility, Night Time Visibility, Lighting, Cone Spacing, and Traffic Cone Size and Type.

A Typical Chapter 8 Compliant Traffic Cone Conforms to BSEN13422 and typically includes Retro-Reflective Material.

Chapter 8 Compliant Road Cones come in different sizes, and a typical size would be 500mm Traffic Cone and 750mm Traffic Cone.

Chapter 8 Safety Barriers 

Barriers protect all users from obstructions and Hazards.

Chapter 8 Pedestrian Barriers are regularly used during Highway Maintenance.

Barriers are used to direct Pedestrian Flow, away from the Obstruction.

The type of Pedestrian Barrier under Chapter 8 Compliant Regulations is subject to a Risk Assessment.

Lightweight Barriers are more frequently used to delineate an inner boundary of a Safety Zone and ensure users follow the set path safely.

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Barriers should be

  • High Visibility Rear Markings
  • High Visibility Front Markings
  • Anti Trip Feet
  • Effective Connection
  • Chapter 8 Compliant
  • British Standard Approved

Chapter 8 Regulations are renowned for Detail and extend further to areas such as Maintenance Vehicles, Recovery Trucks, Rear Chevrons and Vehicle Chevron Stripe Detail.

For more information on Chapter 8 Compliance Rules, visit Chapter 8 Manual Pages.

Our Specialist Team can help with Approved Chapter 8 Traffic Management Products.

Your Construction Site Fence

Before work even starts, Construction Sites need Planning in the UK, and your Building Site Fencing System will play a significant part in your Construction Site.

Construction Sites in the UK are heavily regulated in the main by Health and Safety and creating a Safe Environment for Workers and the General Public.

There are over Twenty Five Health and Safety Standards for Construction Sites with untold Laws, all of which can lead to Severe Prosecution if Ignored.

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Construction Sites Health and Safety Standards include

  • Health and Safety at Work Act
  • CDM – The Construction Design and Management Regulations
  • First Aid Regulations
  • Manual Handling
  • Injury Reporting
  • Electricity Regulations
  • Gas Safety Regulations
  • Control of Vibration
  • Control of Noise
  • Confined Space Regulations
  • Signs and Signals
  • Health and Safety Management
  • Lifting Operations
  • Fire Safety
  • Asbestos Regulations
  • Supply of Machinery
  • Radiation Regulations
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Working at Height
  • Control of Substance
  • Metal / Lead Regulations
  • Corporate Manslaughter Act

While this list may seem very daunting, not all areas are likely to apply to your Construction Sites, and help is abundant.

The extensive range of Regulations and Laws does not end there.

Not only does this means we have the Safest Sites in the World, but Health and Safety Professionals are accessible to help with your planning.

Let’s look at an Overview of The Construction Design and Management Regulations.

Also known as CDM, this set of Regulations will apply to every Construction Site in the UK.

The Regulations include Security, Traffic and Emergency Procedures.

In addition, CDM breaks down Responsibilities for all Stake Holders on the Building Site, including Client Duties and Contractor Duties.

The Regulations apply from Corporate to Domestic Projects, and the Principal Designer and Principal Contractor should typically take responsibility for the Building Site Health and Safety Requirements.

See the complete Construction Design and Management Regulations here.

Construction Site Temporary Fencing

Temporary Fencing on your Construction Site will fall within the Protecting the Public Health and Safety Regulations.

This includes all Construction Site Workers and Visitors and applies to

  • Access
  • Security
  • Boundaries

Security and Managing Access is Key here to avoid any Unauthorised Members of the public gaining access to Building Sites.

Anyone gaining access to your Construction Site is highly vulnerable to Serious or Fatal Injury.

Your Plan to Protect your Construction Site and the Perimeter should include the Installation of Secure Temporary Fencing Systems, Gates and Barriers.

You should install Site Fencing correctly with adequate Stability and suitable for your environment.

Temporary Fencing Panels

Temporary Fencing Systems can come in all Shapes and Sizes, so what should you choose?

Before choosing your Perimeter Temporary Fencing Panels, it is recommended to consider

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  • The Nature and Type of Construction Work on your Site
  • What Area is your Building Site in – Urban / Rural
  • Your Workers and Visitors to your Building Site
  • Could your Construction Site attract Children is it near Playgrounds
  • Your Construction Sites Characteristics, Boundaries, Location, Other Buildings.

In addition to this, a system needs to be in place to allow Authorised Personnel to safely access your Construction Site using a Robust System including Security Gates.

Let’s take a look at the different types of Fencing Panels ideal for Site Fencing.

As a General Rule, Temporary Fencing Panels, sometimes known as Heras Fencing used on Constructions Sites, tend to be Two Metres High and Three and a Half Metres in Length.

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Standard Temporary Fencing Panels

Cost-effective Fencing System manufactured from Pre Galvanised Steel with a Square Top.

The Standard Temporary Fencing can be installed Quickly and is Robust and Reusable.

They are often used on Building Sites and Outdoor Events, Demolition Sites, and Sports Fencing.

Anti Climb Mesh Fencing

Again, often referred to as Heras Fencing, Anti Climb Mesh Fencing eliminates any potential footholds within the Panels.

This provides an increase in Security, and the Panels can be Installed Quickly and work with accessories, including feet and stability Accessories.

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Anti Climb Mesh Fencing Panels with a Round Top add further cost-effective perimeter security to Construction Sites.

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Temporary Fencing Gates

Secure Gates are essential to Temporary Fencing Systems and come in all Shapes and Sizes, and can be easily installed into your Temporary Fencing.

Heavy-Duty Vehicle Gates have the same Characteristics as your Mesh Fencing Panels, including Anti Climb and Square or Round Top.

Perimeter Pedestrian Gates are Secure and Flexible and can be installed within Different Sections of your Security Fencing.

Electrical Fencing Gates are also available, which help control access using a Digital Code or Pass.

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Construction Hoarding

Using Construction Hoarding instead of Temporary Fencing on your Site helps eliminate opportunists from entering your Site by removing the Visual element.

Site Hoarding can be Steel or Timber and, like Temporary Fencing, can also be used with accessories including High Visibility Barriers for Pedestrian Safety.

Temporary Fencing Covers are also available for all types of Panels, which can be as Effective as Hoarding in creating Visual Barriers.

Selecting your Security Fencing is not as complicated as it sounds, and Fencing Suppliers tend to have In House Specialists who can help with Planning, Installation and purchasing the right Fencing System for your Construction Site.