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Features of pedestrian safety equipments
These barricades are constructed with disabled pedestrians in mind thanks to the footprint being smaller at the base. They do not have any trip and fall hazards or elements that could get in the way of a wheelchair or scooter. They tend to be made from plastic, as well, which is safer for people than the old metal barriers. The plastic is rugged and it can last a long time.
How pedestrian safety equipments work
These barricades might be used in many different locations. Some possible examples include along roads, sidewalks, and in parking lots. They could be used for street fairs, flea markets, for concerts, in school parking lots, and in any other location where you might find a need for a barricade.
However, not just any barricade is going to do. While the old, traditional barricades might seem fine for many, they do have a problem. They are not compliant with the American Disabilities Act, and they can be a menace for disabled pedestrians, and those who are in wheelchairs.
About pedestrian safety equipments
When your company is performing any type of construction work or road work, you need to make sure you have all the right tools and equipment on hand to make the job as easy and as safe as possible. This applies to the passersby and pedestrians just as much as it does your workers. One of the items you might need to have on hand for some of your jobs is one or more ADA compliant pedestrian barricades.
Pedestrian Safety Equipment Manufacturers
Some of the companies that make these barricades include AWP, as well as Northeast Traffic and Strongwall.