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The temporary fencing system is most commonly used in or around construction sites for keeping workers and the general public away from construction hazards, however there are a number of other common applications such as, site perimeter fencing at pop concerts, fairs and exhibitions as well as traffic containment at road works, temporary car parks, etc.
In recent years an increased emphasis on health and safety in the construction industry has resulted in a number of fundamental changes in the normal working practices of the general construction company. In short the HSE has forced the construction industry to work safer, and to provide a safer environment for the general public. As a result, many new safety products have evolve to cater for these new requirements, one of which has been modular temporary fencing, which has become almost mandatory in use, and has virtually made traditional timber hoarding and temporary chain link fencing extinct.
The modern day temporary fencing systems comprise of three main components. The temporary fencing panel, footing (concrete or thermo-plastic) and coupler. When used together the temporary fencing system provides a method of site protection that promotes safety and security, whilst being versatile and economical in use.