rackguard anti-collapse mesh
Protect, secure with anti-collapse
Anti-Collapse Mesh is designed to create a physical barrier between warehouse operatives and dislodged goods, which can be fixed to the rear of pallet racking or shelving to protect operatives when there is a potential risk of falling objects. Additionally, Anti-Collapse Mesh is important for staff walkways whenever there is a risk of stacked goods. Our RackGUARDIAN Anti-Collapse Mesh system is a simple modular based solution compatible with all major makes of pallet racking systems.
Used as a fence to reduce the risk to operatives from machinery, forklifts to other mechanical handling equipment from knocking back objects that have a risk of falling, the Anti-Collapse system is there to catch your object to prevent any dangers.
The Anti-Collapse is easy to super easy to install. The pre-drilled mesh panels are bolted together and secured to the uprights using a range of universal stand-off brackets. If you need
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The Anti-Collapse is an ultimate solution for a safe, tidy and easy-to-use warehouse system. The system is fitted to the rear of the pallet racking, which then is in place to prevent any goods from falling out and causing injury to personnel or damage to
ABOUT THE SYSTEM
million it costs per fatal injury within the workplace.
Of moving or falling objects have caused over 3 day absences in storage and warehousing
Of all accidents in warehouses come from moving or falling objects
million working days lost due to injuries within the workplace.
Types of collapse incidents
- Fall-through: Occurs when a pallet is incorrectly loaded onto pallet racking without any deck for other means of the pallet support. This could be due to operator error or the use of an inappropriately sized pallet.
- Fall-out: Occurs when a pallet falls from the rear of a single-sided pallet racking run, often into a pedestrian or pick aisle. This is often due to operator error.
Our Anti-Collapse system will both contain and restrain a dislodged pallet or load drastically reducing the likelihood of injury or damage to property.
The Working at Height Regulations mandate that employers should introduce measures to protect employees from suffering injuries caused by falling stock – the following factors have been identified as major causes of such accidents:
- Items on overstocked shelves being disturbed
- Items being pushed from the back of a racking location due to overstocking or careless stacking
- Items falling from pallets during forklift handling