Crowd Control Barriers to Employ or Buy

Crowd Control Barriers to Employ or Buy

Crowd Control Barriers


Crowd control barriers, or just ‘crowd barriers’ as they may be also known, are employed at events to keep spectators protected and ensure everybody features a excellent time. They might also be employed to create security checkpoints and to encourage people to type an orderly queue – to avoid queue-jumping. Get far more info about crowd control barriers at



Crowd control barriers deliver a cost-effective and temporary security barrier. They will be utilised to direct pedestrians and enable calm crowd control at public events, present protected and secure access for autos and keep individuals out of unwanted locations. Pedestrian barriers are simple to disassemble, shop and transport.


SafeSite’s Crowd Control barriers are built to last. Renowned Smartweld technologies guarantees strength and durability, which meets sector requirements. They’ve fixed legs and feet supplying a firm footing to enhance balance as well as a flexible interlocking design.


They’re able to be powder coated using the RAL colour of the option to match a corporate colour or theme and are totally galvanised for rust-resistance.


We also offer you retractable metal pedestrian barriers for ultra-convenient removal and storage.



Our crowd control barriers is often utilized for safety, crowd control and to direct members with the public at demonstrations, massive outside events and sporting matches. They’re also helpful to permit social distancing measures. At sporting events, which include running or cycling races, crowd control barriers may be employed to line the track or roadside, in an unbroken chain, to stop deliberate or unintentional crowd ‘participation’.


Buy or hire

Our crowd control barriers are offered to buy or hire. SafeSite Facilities can advise around the ideal system to match your demands at incredibly competitive rates. We can also deliver and install barriers for your event and dismantle and gather them afterwards.

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