guardrail system

guardrail system

A protective railing system along the outer edges of locations of an accessible roof, balcony, landing, platform, or ramp.
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Gilligan points out that the Qatar Construction Specification 2014 (QCS 2014) came in to force in 2015 and since its introduction, there has been a significant change to the law with respect to working-at-height and explains, "All sites above one floor need to have a guardrail system to the height of no less than 950mm, a middle rail and a toe-board to the height of 150mm.
The presence of internal decay, although limited, raised questions about how to detect this damage and assess its effect on guardrail system properties.
Under MG Greene's leadership, the long awaited Guardrail System 2 and its auxiliary/supporting ground systems were fielded.
20, a federal jury decreed that Trinity Industries, a Texas-based manufacturer, made false claims to federal regulators about the safety of its guardrail system. The jury decided that Trinity would pay $175 million dollars in the False Claims Act (FCA) case, which was brought by whistleblower Josh Harman.
The guardrail system works by collapsing when hit head on, absorbing the impact of a vehicle and guiding the railing out of its path.
Part of a guardrail system to prevent falls from an elevated walking surface
--Finite element modelling and validation of a 3-strand cable guardrail system was carried out by Mohan et al.
Barrett Steel has introduced a new, patented guardrail system for both internal and external use.
The outcome of the meeting was to change from the metal guardrail to a timber guardrail system in order for the new bridge to blend into the existing woodland environment of the site.
A roadside guardrail system is anchored in gravel beside a roadway to eliminate the risk of fatal accidents during off-road crashes and collisions with hazardous roadside objects.