Australian Bollards Protecting the Mines

As the NSW government moves to tighten rules around environmental management, mining companies are being forced to show plans for ongoing rehabilitation of their mines, while reporting on their progress.

It is no surprise that mining is a dangerous environment when it comes to the health and safety of workers and company equipment.

The safety of miners and their machinery rely on a combination of safety practices and the use of safety bollards to ensure protection from harm. 

Lack of or inadequate use of safety barriers may mean injury and damages to vehicles and pedestrians. 

It is essential that a protective parameter is created around hazardous areas to warn workers of potential dangers ahead and keep them away from unauthorised areas.

The first step in achieving a safer working environment is locating hazards and putting necessary measures in place to prevent potential accidents. 

At Australian Bollards, we offer  Mining Bollards (AB-HI200NB) designed to protect people and their equipment. 

They help protect sectioned off areas and allow miners to recognise safe zones while also assisting in traffic control.

AB-HI200-NB Bollards come with eyelets and a galvanised chain connection to attach to other bollards.

The mining bollards are featured in a powder coated yellow with black stripes and are designed to be seen.

We have supplied the AB-HI200NB Bollards to several mining sites in Western Australia as well as to companies like BHP, RioTinto and FMG.

By putting safety procedures in place you can ensure the protection of your workers by preventing incidents before they happen, allowing every worker to complete their job safely.

Keep it Safe. Keep it Local. Keep it Australian Made.

For more information on our range of mining protection bollards please contact us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website today.

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