Crowd control barriers should be OH+S tested


There has recently  been a  proliferation of  imports of low quality crowd control barriers into the Australian market,many of these being quite unstable and unsafe for both consumers ,the general public and for employees of businesses that are required to operate them.

The team at ATDC have invested a considerable amount of time and money in having their market leading double diamond barriers independently tested  for compliance in many instances with Australian Standards AS 4687-2007 Temporary Fencing and Hoarding in an effort to deliver a safer,more user friendly solution.These crowd control barriers have been tested against the requirements for Simulated Climbing,Dynamic Impact,Foothold Aperture test and ,depending on the particular situation will apply in many cases.

ATDC’s barriers are now sold in Sydney,Melbourne,Brisbane and in all other capital cities and regional centres across Australia.



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