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Automatic Gates - Telescopic Safety White Paper*

Procter Automatic Gates' new white paper, Safety requirements for powered telescopic gates, is an in-depth guide for architects, specifiers and customers who need to understand the safety issues relating to automatic telescopic gates. Read Telescopic Gate Safety White Paper online. 

Automatic Sliding Gate Safety*

Procter Automatic Gates new white paper, safety requirements for automatic sliding gates, provides a wealth of hints and tips.  The free guide has been written for architects, specifiers and other customers who need to be aware of the safety issues relating to automatic sliding gates.  Read Powered Automatic Sliding Gate Safety online.  

Automatic Gate Risk Assessment Calculator*

This spreadsheet-based calculator is suitable for conducting risk assessments on new and existing powered sliding and Telescopic gates.  It draws on the principles contained in the machinery safety standard BS EN ISO 12100 and also takes into account the requirements in the applicable product standard, BS EN 12453, as well as the latest advice and guidance from the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) and DHF (Door & Hardware Federation).  The Gates Risk Assessment Calculator will help users ensure that gates are safe, and will greatly assist the CE marking process for new installations.  

How to Specify Sliding Gates*

Procter Automatic Gates new white paper, How to specify sliding gates - a guide for architects and specifiers, is designed to guide readers through the complex process of specifying automatic gates.  The free white paper will help architects, specifiers and other customers to ensure that the gates perform as intended, are safe to use and are economical to purchase and maintain.  Read Automatic Gates Specifying Guide online.  

Guide to Gate Safety Legislation and Standards*

This has been produced by the Powered Gates Group of the DHF in conjunction with the Health & Safety Executive.  This guide provides the most up to date guidance for manufacturers, installers and users of automatic sliding gates and swing gates.  Endorsed by the HSE the can be applied with confidence as the most authoritative guidance currently available.  Read The Guide to GateSafety Legislation and Standards online.

Fencing for Schools*

School security is a multi-faceted subject.  As well as parents expecting their children to be safe from intruders, schools want to prevent truancy by controlling when and where children can leave.  In addition, the personal safety to staff and visitors is of considerable concern to Local Education Authorities (LEAs).  Today's schools also contain valuable and portable property that is attractive thieves, and arson is a significant problem that can, to a large extent, be tackled by preventing unauthorised access.  With arson resulting in damage worth around 60m GBP each year through attacks on an average 20 school per week, improvements here are highly beneficial.  However, schools have to remain an attractive learning environment, and LEAs are being encouraged to open their schools to the wider community.  Given the importance of fencing and complexity of the context, this specifier's guide to perimeter security fencing for schools epxplains the different options available, presents the advantages and limitations of each, and steers the reader towards making the right decision that will provide the necessary level of security at an acceptable cost and without compromising other areas such as aesthetics.  Read Fencing for School online.  

All-Round Protection*

Perimeter security fencing is the first line of defence around an organisation's premises and is therefore vitally important.  Furthermore, it is a significant factor in the first impression made on a visitor, whether they are welcome or unwelcome.  What many people do not realise is just how complex the subject of perimeter security is today.  Not only are there legal requirements to be met, but each application has its own needs - so the solution to the problem is different in everyday case. This specifier's guide to perimeter security fencing explains the different options available, presents the advantages and limitations of each, and steers the reader towards making the right decision that will provide the necessary level of security at an acceptable cost and without compromising other areas such as aesthetics.  Read Perimeter Security Fencing Guide online.  

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