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Elm Sun | Crossing Guard

Elm Sun’s Crossing Guard is a Controlled Pedestrian Crossing System. The main purpose of this system is to reduce accidents in the warehouse by improving site safety for pedestrians in and around the vicinity of moving equipment.

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Our aim is to positively influence behaviour to promote a first-class safety culture.

Workplace transport continues to be a major cause of fatal and serious injuries. It is a high-profile part of the HSE’s mission in the prevention of harm to those at work.

Using Pelican-type pedestrian crossing system with gates that remain locked until the green-man signal displays considerably reduces the risk for your workforce and demonstrates positive management.

This is where our Crossing Guard System comes in!

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Safety Made Simple.

The pedestrian crossing system comprises of a main control unit, two sets of traffic lights, pedestrian indication lights, request pushbuttons, magnetic latches holding the gates and a safety switch which will cut the power and release the magnets.


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Features & Benefits.


Strategic use of controlled systems both highlights & minimises risks.


Because the system is used on public highways it is already familiar.


The highest public safety standards are brought into the workplace.


Minimal training involved: gates remain locked until vehicle traffic lights display red.

Working In Partnership.

As part of our relationship with Powerlift Materials Handling, we set up our first Crossing Guard installation in their workshop.

Elm Sun also installed other Safety facilities at Powerlift’s HQ including Fencing for their Driver Training School and a Security Anti-Ram Gate for the front of their building.

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Elm Sun are more than happy to meet with you or visit your site to discuss your requirements and expectations of saftey in your workplace. There are also financing options available.

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