Eagle Security Systems Limited

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Eagle Security Systems Limited Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY

01159 441234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk Registered in England and Wales - Number 01789316 Vat Registration Number - 380 2299 51
0115 944 1234 Email admin@eaglesecurity.org.uk The charity Gate Safe was set up in 2010, in the wake of the tragic deaths of two children crushed by automated gates, in separate accidents. Gate Safe, which has been commended by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) for its ‘pioneering approach’ was established to improve the understanding of existing legislation and standards, and to offer further guidance in ‘plain english’ to aid the interpretation of what constitutes a safe gate. The charity focuses on raising awareness of the critical safety issues associated with powered gates amongst the wide range of professionals associated with these types of installations. Why is Gate Safe needed? Simply, to stop any further fatalities / injuries occurring as a result of electric gate accidents. Although legislation exists

Eagle Security Systems Limited

Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY

01159 441234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk Registered in England and Wales - Number 01789316 Vat Registration Number - 380 2299 51

© Eagle Security Systems Ltd.

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Eagle Security Systems Limited

Galtee House 1 Heanor Road Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 8DY

01159 441234 email admin@eaglesecuritysystems.co.uk Registered in England and Wales - Number 01789316 Vat Registration Number - 380 2299 51
0115 944 1234 Email admin@eaglesecurity.org.uk The charity Gate Safe was set up in 2010, in the wake of the tragic deaths of two children crushed by automated gates, in separate accidents. Gate Safe, which has been commended by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) for its ‘pioneering approach’ was established to improve the understanding of existing legislation and standards, and to offer further guidance in ‘plain english’ to aid the interpretation of what constitutes a safe gate. The charity focuses on raising awareness of the critical safety issues associated with powered gates amongst the wide range of professionals associated with these types of installations. Why is Gate Safe needed? Simply, to stop any further fatalities / injuries occurring as a result of electric gate accidents. Although legislation exists along with various British Standards, which provide guidelines on the manufacture
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