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Remembering
Semelia & Karolina

This month marks 10 years since the tragic deaths of Semelia Campbell and Karolina Golabek, who lost their lives in two separate accidents, both caused by an unsafe automated gate.

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Welcome to
Gate Safe

Established since 2010, Gate Safe was the pioneering force to first address the issue of automated gate safety.

Today, Gate Safe enjoys the support of a number of high profile industry / health & safety organisations and continues to offer independent approved training, share best practice, and deliver practical jargon-free guidance to improve the safety of automated gates and barriers.

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We produce a regular newsletter to keep you abreast of what is going on in our industry, special offers and useful tips. Sign up is easy and, in line with GDPR, we respect your privacy.

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Covid advice for installers

  • When speaking with clients, wear a face mask and sanitise any surfaces that have been touched (for example, keypads) which are likely touch points for gate users, so that the installation is left in a COVID-safe condition
  • Gate owners should be advised to provide sanitiser for any persons who may touch the gate / keypad
The UK has now identified 105 cases of the South Africa coronavirus variant, 11 of which have no links to international travel. While there is no evidence the South Africa strain is more deadly, it has been found in the following postcodes: W7, N17, CR4, WS2, ME15, EN10, GU21 and PR9. Gate Safe recommends that installers avoid these areas

“The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) supports the work which Gate Safe began in 2010 to improve the safety of automated and manual gates and barriers in the UK. We commend the Charity’s commitment to providing clear, practical and easy to understand information on what constitutes a safe and legally compliant gate.” Philip White, Head of Operational Strategy, HSE

News & Updates

We carry regularly updated news for the industry and a blog covering important ideas and developments. In addition, we have a gallery of videos

Supporters & Testimonials

Gate Safe is well regarded within the industry and enjoys active support from a large number of organisations representing various trade sectors, as well as from health and safety professionals. Gate Safe has been highly commended by the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), the national government agency which acts in the public interest to reduce work-related death and serious injury across Great Britain’s workplaces.

Address:
Gate Safe
Beverlea, Clavertye,
Elham, Canterbury
Kent. CT4 6YE

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Working together with Gate Safe

Gate Safe is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 1149261).

Gate Safe and the Gate Safe logo are registered trade marks of GSSC Ltd.


The guidance and recommendations on this website represent our interpretation of advice based on information from HSE, British Standards and relevant UK legislation. It is not a definitive statement and should be used in conjunction with your own risk assessment of the specific site prior to undertaking any works. GSSC Ltd take no responsibility for any works carried out by the Gate Safe Aware Installers or for any installations carried out using the information and advice given on this website. All content, trade marks, downloads and images are copyright Gate Safe GSSC Ltd

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