Protecting your people
Block. Don’t wrap.
While the occasional forklift bump is inevitable in a busy warehouse, when it comes to people, structural elements of buildings, racks and assets, the only acceptable level of impact is ZERO. The best guarding strategy in danger zones, is to block the sensitive area with warehouse-tested bollards, railings and guards. For our full guarding story please… Contact our top sales team.
The Physics of Impact: The IRONguard Guarding Story.
Load-supporting structural columns and warehouse rack supports, are engineered to endure tremendous vertical loads. But, if exposed to a horizontal load, such as a forklift impact, there can be instant, costly and potentially devastating consequences.
IRONguard’s All-Defensive Guarding Team.
Not one, but two, guarding product line ups combine to offer all-around protection for columns, racks, pedestrian zones and any at-risk areas in your facility.
IRONguard guarding systems are engineered to deliver strong protection. All guarding products are bright, safety yellow to help prevent an impact from happening and they’re warehouse tough to protect people, equipment and assets should a bump occur.
IRONguard. Strength and…more strength.
- Railings, Bollards, Column Guards and Rack Guards
- Protect all at-risk areas in your facility
- Safety first for people, places and things!
Revolutionary SlowStop® Bollards and Railings are so smart, they even protect themselves.
SlowStop Rebounding Bollards and Flexible Polycarbonate Rail Systems offer an ingenious solution to warehouse vehicle mishaps. Not only do our guarding solutions absorb impact, to protect people and assets, they also offer a softer landing saving warehouse vehicles. AND they look out for themselves, as they are engineered to bounce back, good as new, rarely needing replacement and avoiding costly concrete repairs, common with other guarding options.
SlowStop. First it gives. Then it takes.
- Patented, impact absorbing bollards and rails
- Protect assets, structures and forklifts
- Prevent COSTLY concrete damage
- Bollards absorb and deflect … over and over
IRONguard™ Safety Solutions for OSHA Regulations
1910.212(a)(1) – Types of guarding. One or more methods of machine guarding shall be provided to protect the operator and other employees in the machine area from hazards such as those created by point of operation, ingoing nip points, rotating parts, flying chips and sparks. Examples of guarding methods are-barrier guards, two-hand tripping devices, electronic safety devices, etc.