Company in court after childs head trapped in electric gate
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have now issued a number of safety notices giving details on the risks and the protection method needed. The HSE now requires electric gate installers to carry out a comprehensive risk assessment of hazards to anyone using the gates prior to design and installation, and for the design to eliminate or considerably reduce any risks identified.

Click here for further information on gate safety and risk assessments including a link to all HSE publications

JULY 2014: Leicester company in court after childs head trapped in electric gate.
JUNE 2014: Firms fined for childs death in electric sliding gate
JAN 2011: HSE link to Risks to pedestrians from crushing zones on electrically powered gates

SEP 2010: Further information from HSE on Gate Safety
FEB 2010: HSE link to Risks to pedestrians from crushing zones on electrically powered gates
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