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Bollards installed at 'safety zones' ensure public safety

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Bollards installed at 'safety zones' ensure public safety

Australian Bollards recently installed Heavy Duty Bollards on Thompsons Road in Cranbourne, just outside the Springhill Shopping Centre. The bollards were installed on safety zones indicating a separation area between vehicles and pedestrians. They will successfully prevent vehicles from entering the area, thereby, keeping pedestrians safe. These Heavy Duty Bollards are surface-mounted and commonly used for restricted access purposes on properties such as schools, hospitals and shopping centres. They include a branded reflective tap for easy visibility. Direct safety of pedes  ...read more

Intercom Bollards – Keeping in touch from a Distance

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Intercom Bollards – Keeping in touch from a Distance

Imagine it is raining outside on the very day you decided to visit a friend of yours. This friend of yours is currently renting a unit and lives on the eighth floor of the building. You arrive at the front entrance as the rain continues to pour and let your friend know you have arrived and ask them to let you into the building. This means that your friend has to make their way down eight flights of stairs before they are able to let you into the building, all while the ongoing rain continues falling on top of you. If this has happened to you before then Australian Bol  ...read more

Hostile Vehicle Mitigation - Keeping Collins Street Safe

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Hostile Vehicle Mitigation - Keeping Collins Street Safe

Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) is an important procedure that must not be forgotten about when it comes to keeping our cities and suburbs safe from vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED). Such a matter, if not taken seriously could potentially result in many lives being severely impacted by these events happening. Australian Bollards offers HVM solutions to VBIED problems with its vast range of products which are suited to the customer's needs and requirements. Australian Bollards have completed many project  ...read more

Directing the Flow, Pedestrians and Protection.

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Directing the Flow, Pedestrians and Protection.

With the Federal election coming up on Saturday the 18th of May, everyone is busy figuring out where they are to vote and how many people they’ll have to stand with to get the voting done. With over 16,000,000 people lining up to vote, time and effort will ultimately need to be put into organising and structuring polling areas. One effective way to assist in this is the introduction of temporary T-top Hi-Vis Orange PVC bollards to structure pedestrians into neat and flowing lines. These T-Top Hi-Vis Orange PVC bollards can be used as non-permanent crowd control bar  ...read more

Time To Slow Down

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Time To Slow Down

The most dangerous thing on the road is a reckless driver, one who doesn’t follow the speed limit and endangers other drivers around. Even though there are methods and devices put in place by our government to deter and prevent such drivers from speeding like speed cameras, traffic lights and school zone times, there is still much to do in terms of safety on our roads. Victoria’s road toll last year was the lowest it has been since 2013 but in 2019 it has unfortunately taken a turn for the worse. The tally sits at 90 fatalities as of April 9th, 32 more than this time l  ...read more

Stay Safe the Fun Way On Children’s Day

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Stay Safe the Fun Way On Children’s Day

Universal Children’s Day is part of Children’s Week – a celebration of children in Australia. Schools and community groups from around the nation are coming together to hold a variety of events for children of all ages. One of the objectives of Children’s Week is to recognise the rights, needs and accomplishments of children. One of these important needs is to have safe and engaging environments for learning and play. Australian Bollards offers bollard options to meet every challenge, with our designer bollard ran  ...read more

Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

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Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

Road safety is a year-round issue (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/work-fatigue-and-driving-a-deadly-cocktail). Australians face a new set of obstacles when winter comes and, as we’re currently facing cold weather, rain and harsh winds, Australian Bollards want to make all Australians aware of the dangers we face on winter roads this season. ‘Black Ice’ is invisible and generally forms during the night time and early mornings. It is most commonly found on stretches of road that don’t get much sunlight. Black ice makes braking diffic  ...read more

Speeding Drivers Face New Obstacles

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Speeding Drivers Face New Obstacles

Speeding drivers are a problem we need to overcome. July 7th saw police chasing a speeding couple through Darwin suburbs with speeds reaching over 110 km’s per hour – in a 70 zone. And it isn’t a solitary event. Police detected more than 500 speeding drivers across South Australia over the Queen’s birthday weekend last month. And it doesn’t always end without incident. Just two days ago, a Victorian man was caught driving with a blood alcohol percentage of 1.72. He was driving at over twice the legal speed limit, hitting speeds of 1  ...read more

Mind the gap! Filling the dreaded gap at train platforms

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Mind the gap! Filling the dreaded gap at train platforms

Falling through the gap between a train platform and a train is a far too common occurrence. It is a terrifying incident where unfortunately children and the elderly are the most vulnerable. Australian train platforms have been left with this substantial safety concern for far too long and it is time something is done about it. Australian Bollards is leading the way in making Australia a safer place by introducing the Metro platform guard. This revolutionary solution will increase commuter safety in two major ways. Firstly, rubber prongs will stic  ...read more

Marking the way for safer roads

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Marking the way for safer roads

There was terrible news this morning with the image of car split in half from an accident on the Monash Freeway after a truck driver was confused by road markings. Thankfully no one was killed but looking forward we can look at ways to make our roads safer with clearer road signs and markings. NJM Group offer a range of signage and road marking products which can help to prevent such accidents in the future. Hazard markers and warning signs clearly point out changes in road patterns or road conditions to alert drivers of sharp turns, intersections, steep inclines, g  ...read more







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