What are safety barriers used for?
Safety barriers are used to close-off areas that are hazardous to pedestrians.The barriers are ideal for alerting pedestrians to potential danger in a particular area. The barrier ensures safety of those around you, and the barrier helps close off areas that may prove hazardous. It can be used to demarcate areas that are under construction or for maintenance such as manholes. The barrier keeps pedestrians aware of the potential danger that the barricaded area presents if they walk into it.
Our most popular plastic barrier is the JSP Titan safety barrier. These barriers can be deployed to site easily and can help to block off an area from pedestrian traffic, ideal for the likes of roadworks, warehouses and more. Each Titan barrier can be connected end on end to cordon off large areas at once.
A popular option for indoor use is our Ultra Expanding Safety Barrier. This expanding barrier is ideal for maintenance crews and work crews that need to close off access in seconds. The highly effective barrier can expand up to 2200mm and deters entry where needed - if required it can also be filled with water in order to weigh it down and prevent it from falling over.
If you required Chapter 8 barriers we also have them in stock here at Pittman - our JSP Roadbloc Safety Barrier Water Filled is available for FAST delivery from stock and come with the appropriate red and white markings to make them chapter 8 compliant. Each barrier can be stacked on top of the next when transporting, making them easily deployable for work crews and more.
- Crowd Control Barriers
- Temporary Fencing
- Armco Barrier
- Chapter 8 Barriers
- Car Park Barriers
- Pedestrian Barriers
- Crash Barriers
- Plastic Barriers
- Expandable Barrier
- Height Restriction Barriers
- Barrier Post
Yes, we can ship worldwide from our Athy, UK and European warehouses. Our warehouse team ship stock items daily across Ireland and UK. For non-stock items or shipping to Europe and the rest of the world contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Standard delivery on stock items is approximately 2-3 days from date of order. Non-stock items and bespoke items may deliver from one of our UK or European warehouses and can range range from 2 to 8 weeks.
Please note that all delivery times are estimates only and we are not responsible for any event or delay out of our control.
We ship orders daily using Fastway, DHL and various pallet services. The standard shipping charge is €14.50 for single or small quantities that can go with a regular courier.
Larger items and quantities may require delivery via pallet service. Pallet charges range from €80.00 for single pallets or €160.00 for double pallets.
Please note that shipping charges are subject to change at any time.
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We offer a 30-day no quibble returns policy on stock items only. If you would like to return stock items you can do so easily by returning them to our main Athy office at your cost.
Please note all items must be in original condition and packaging. Any refunds will be made once the items are checked by our warehouse team and deemed to be in good condition.
We do not accept returns of non-stock or bespoke items. See full details on our shipping and returns page.