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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 5:00 pm 
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I'm trying to find an easy solution to barricades and boundries. Doesn anyone know if they make a retractable barricade that can be worn on a persons belt to take with them to an area where people may be working and an electrician has to open up a live panel and work inside


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Even if you were able to avoid carrying a small roll of barrier rope to the job location with an even smaller belt size reel, what about signage?


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Tags for red flagging are acceptable by most clients. I am sure that you can get a custom made sign if you see the need for it.


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Roll of barrier tape and a pack of those 3M sticky things. You can put them on anything and they remove easy without leaving a mark.


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[font="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]They make various versions of caution tape, the rolls are just an inch or so bigger around than a roll of duct tape. You may want to try that. A 3"x1000' roll is $8.99...check it here:
http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/category_safety%20safety-tape?&cm_ven=PPC&cm_cat=MSN[/size][/font]


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You must warn the person of the hazard and instruct them what to do.

We recommend that the barrier tape is (1) Red with black letters, (2) States "High Voltage" and (3) Keep Out.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:04 pm 
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cshort wrote:
I'm trying to find an easy solution to barricades and boundries.

We like the Safe-T-Arms solutions. For visible boundaries and arc flash barriers they have fixed arms as well as magnetic versions. I think their website is safe-t-arms.com, but not sure.


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