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Watch our Pallet Gate in Action

3/29/2017 10:00 AM

Pallet Safety Gates for Mezzanines

The range of Kee Safety Pallet Gates provides a safe working area for employees on mezzanine floors or raised working areas. The gates can be linked seamlessly into an existing guardrail or barrier to provide complete protection while goods are being transported up or down from the mezzanine.

Kee Safety’s Pallet Gates are component-based and are easily installed on-site without any welding. Pallet Gates are available in aluminum and galvanized iron finishes, and four possible configurations with room for up to four pallets.

Pallet Gates can also be custom designed to fit your individual needs. If you have any questions feel free to send an email to safetygates@keesafety.com or give us a call at (855) 987-8779.

Posted in Blog By Micah Brill

Are Chains OSHA Compliant?

3/29/2017 10:00 AM

Are chains allowed to protect a ladder opening instead of a gate?

As of January 17th, 2017 the new OSHA regulations for fall protection in the general industry are effective. One of the key new rulings, 1910.28(b)(3)(iv), outlines a definitive ruling for use of self-closing safety gates as fall protection, which has previously operated in a gray area.

In a recent article on Safety + Health Magazine, Dan Huntington, the North American Training Manager for Kee Safety, brings clarity on the implications of this new OSHA ruling.  The article, titled The use of chains in fall protection, answers the urgent and pressing question; Are chains allowed to protect a ladder opening instead of a gate?

You can read the article HERE.

If you have any questions or need clarity on the new OSHA ruling, please reach out to us via at safetygates@keesafety.com or give us a call at (855) 987-8779.

Posted in Resources By Micah Brill

Every year, thousands of workers are injured in workplace accidents involving forklifts. OSHA statistics indicate that there are roughly 110,000 major forklift accidents every year. 85 of these result in forklift fatalities and 34,900 serious injuries each year. 1 in 5 accidents is a forklift striking or crushing a pedestrian.

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The Impact of Color

4/25/2016 12:19 PM

How bright colors enhance visibility and lead to a safer workplace


Imagine the following items: a yellow school bus, a red stop sign, and an orange traffic cone. What do all of these items have in common? Each use bright colors to enhance safety.

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