The DHF code of practice draws on applicable legislation, European standards, British standards and industry best practice to assist all those involved in the automated gate and barrier industry to meet their legal obligations by providing clear guidance on the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of automated gates and barriers.
On Wednesday 12th September, Gate Safe visited the Houses of Parliament for a round table conference, meeting with key stakeholders to discuss future initiatives in our quest to make all automated gates in the UK completely safe and prevent the terrible tragedies that led to the foundation of our charity 8 years ago.
There are a number of considerations you can make to ensure that you can get the best return on the investment in your new electric gates. Electric gates can certainly make a difference to the entrance of your home. Not only can they add to the value of your property, but they can improve security and privacy.
However, looking for the right electric gates for your property is not that easy. There are many factors you need to consider to ensure that you will be able to get the most from your investment investment. Below are several factors to consider.
Gate Safe is a charity set up to raise the awareness of safety issues associated with automated gates and barriers. The charity supports anyone in the industry - from designers & manufacturers, users, specifiers, construction companies, health and safety personnel, key trade industry bodies and installers.
For further information visit www.gate-safe.org