• These high-visibility systems are usually mounted to the floor via base-plates, which are fastened with anchor bolts. Both the protective guardrail and the posts are most commonly fabricated from steel although some effective systems are comprised of high-density polyethylene.
  • For high-traffic indoor areas, railings are typically painted OSHA yellow for maximum visibility. The type, quantity and frequency of rails will vary according to your specific application. Heights are typically 18” to 44” after installation and lengths can vary based upon requirements.
  • Not only can the installation of steel guard rails prevent or limit loss of or damage to inventory, companies can avoid excessive down-times due to accident damage and repair and help to minimize lost labor hours and workers’ compensation claims and payments.
  • Talk to one of our trained professionals at Henry Street Steel to help assess your safety needs and include these steel guard rails as safety measures in your next warehouse upgrade