On this page you can view a selection of Gate Safe videos and radio broadcasts. Click any title to view / listen.
The catalyst for the inception of Gate Safe and the charity’s founding principles.
An introduction to Gate Safe’s IOSH approved training / guidance on the benefits associated with the training.
The critical priorities to ensure the safety of an automated gate.
Automated gate kits should not be available to the general public; Gate Safe explains why.
What are the legal implications if an installer is held accountable for an unsafe automated gate installation? Helen Devery and Nick Gianferrari, partners at specialist insurance risk and commercial law firm BLM explain the installer’s legal responsibilities and potential outcomes if there is an accident …
Former President of IOSH, John Lacey, shares his thoughts on the progress made by the charity
This video demonstrates the forces associated with the operation of a swing gate – and how these forces are amplified towards the hinges.
Gate Safe Patron Madeleine Moon MP raises the issue of gate safety in the House of Commons.
Gate Safe founder Richard Jackson talks to ITV on the court verdict associated with the fatal automated gate accident involving six-year old Semelia Campbell
The key safety protocol that must be adopted to ensure the safety of an automated gate – and the consequences of failing to adhere to this guidance.
BBC Wales WeekinWeekout follows the circumstances leading to the tragic death of five-year old Karoline Golabek in an automated gate accident. Gate Safe founder Richard Jackson provides his insights on the factors which need to be considered to ensure a safe installation – and why something needs to be done.
The start of Gate Safe. The inaugural summit in September 2010 which fuelled the inception of Gate Safe, featuring comments from a number of key opinion formers who attended the event.
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