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Security can mean different things to different people. Sometimes security is about keeping people out or keeping them (and animals) safe from hazardous situations. Security can also be about protecting your privacy or keeping people in.
In the past, many pet birds lived solitary, miserable lives in tiny restricted cages. The growing awareness of better bird care requirements means that 36% of bird owners now house their birds in more appropriate outdoor aviaries.
Inadequate perimeter fencing may actually encourage crime. Research indicates that criminals may view a poorly designed security fence as a sign that the property’s overall security is inadequate.
Too often steel fence posts corrode at the base as a result of incorrect installation leading to expensive premature failure and repairs. Follow this guide and get it right the first time.
Most people don’t link road safety issues and good car park design together. But the reality is car park safety barriers play a vital role in protecting vehicles and more importantly their human cargo from harm.
Anti-climb fences are designed, as the name suggests, to prevent anyone climbing your fences and gaining access to potentially dangerous areas. The mesh apertures must be small enough to prevent people climbing over the fence.
The success of razor wire lies in the longer length of its spear-like barbs, difficulty of gaining a handhold, and the strength of the steel tape. Razor wire works to impede entry by either catching clothing or ripping through flesh.
Health and safety lapses can cost your business not only with staff downtime but also the risk of punitive costs and fines and increased insurance costs. And that doesn’t even include the cost of damage to equipment or property.
Protective’s specialised kangaroo exclusion fence system includes all the elements needed for long-lasting kangaroo proof fence that will last the distance, satisfy your budget, and protect both you and the ‘roos.
Protective supplied 450 sheets of 358 mesh for this 2.25 billion dollar project. Protective’s ability to manufacture the required panels with a very short lead-in time and fast turnaround was a key factor to our success in being awarded this contract.
Australia is privileged to have some very special and unique wildlife and they help to make Australia they very special place that we love. But roads and animals don’t always go well together.
We live in uncertain times; political events, rapid social and technological changes, and environmental upheavals threaten to undermine much that we once thought secure in our lives.
Galvanized steel mesh panels are some of the best fencing products available for Australia’s tough conditions; galvanizing has been protecting steel for 140 years with outstanding success.
Not all fencing products are equal and sports arenas provide a particularly punishing testing ground for a fence. You need a fence that will keep the ball in your court and keep players and spectators safe.
Recent global events have highlighted the overriding importance of maintaining high levels of security at airports. Airport site security is critical and all areas of the airport grounds represent a potential risk.
Yes, you may have an existing well designed security fence but it may be inadequate in particular situations.
Unfortunately, human nature remains the weak link in even the most well designed security system.
A school safety fence will add a valuable asset to your school, protect your students, and increase the pride students, staff, and the wider community feel for your school.
Tough pool fencing regulations are making waves throughout Australia and you need to know about the nation-wide tightening of existing pool fence laws.
Functional yet visually appealing safety screens supplied by Protective for new bridge at Woden ACT. Protective Fencing chosen to fabricate, powder coat and supply safety screen.
The Majura Parkway is an exciting new road development that will seamlessly connect the Federal Highway to the Monaro Highway.
Queensland’s Premier Anna Bligh opened the Second Gateway Bridge over the Brisbane River on 16 May 2010.