Many people in the UK have workplace accidents due to tripping, and loose and trailing cables are behind quite a few of these incidents. Careful cable management can mitigate incidences of trips and falls and provide a safer environment for your employees. In many cases cable protection is a Health & Safety requirement too in offices, on shop floors and in warehouses. Cable protectors are also required outdoors in parking areas at roads, construction sites and elsewhere to keep workers safe from temporary electrical cables, while cable ramps are also useful in traffic calming.
PITTMAN stock a wide range of cable protection equipment, from hose ramps and cable protection ramps. Cable Ramps are quick and easy to apply to floors, with no need for bolting, making them an excellent choice as a temporary option for protecting cables. Ideal for use where cables, wires and pipes are present on walkways or in driving areas since protectors are durable enough to withstand the weight of HGVs and forklifts. Cables have three different channels for wires and cables of different thicknesses. Their high visibility colours ensure ramps can easily be seen.
The GHP Cable Tidy offers effective cable protection in offices and in factory environments whilst allowing cards and trolleys to pass over uninterrupted. The non-slip surface reduces the risk of an employee slipping as well as tripping over wires. Suitable for keeping computer cables, phone wires or any other type of cable secured and covered. Designed predominantly for indoor use the cable tidy can be used for temporary outdoor use too.
The HR2 Hose Cable Protection Ramp can be used for areas of heavy traffic including HGVs and other vehicles up to 40 tonnes. Where deployed speed should be restricted to 5 mph – indicated by appropriate signage. The high strength ramp is ideal for use by emergency services, at construction sites and for event management. These simple to lay cable ramps feature bright yellow covers making them easy to see while the supplied end caps ensure there are no trip hazards at either end of the cable protector. Corner sections can be supplied to enable coverage of cables that go around bends, and cable protectors can be expanded via use of an interlocking system.
For help in identifying the right type of cable protection for you, contact our friendly, expert sales team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3773 5397