Here at TransQuip, we take site safety in New Zealand seriously, helping you to keep your construction workers away from unnecessary risks. Secure the site of your next project easily with our extensive range of construction site safety equipment. Everything we stock is guaranteed to be of excellent quality, adhering to industry standards and made to last for years to come....
Construction site safety signs can save lives and greatly reduce the number of injuries on any particular site. They serve as warnings for both professional workers as well as the public who may be passing by, making sure that safety measures at construction sites can be implemented in full. Our temporary warning signs are designed to be highly portable so that you can move them to different areas quickly and efficiently as the situation changes. Whether you need to warn cars of a closed road, new speed limits, or guide pedestrians safely out of harm's way, our temporary signs will do this with minimal fuss. Signs for the site itself can assist with navigation. Highlight break areas and first aid facilities so staff understand where it's safe to rest and flag up zones where eye or ear protection needs to be worn. Safety signs can also be affixed to railings, warning anyone on the outside that construction work is taking place and that they should not enter without appropriate protective gear.
When it comes to personal protective equipment (PPE), we offer different solutions for hearing protection, as well as safety glasses and high visibility clothing options. If you're working with heights, then a safety harness is another construction site essential, keeping workers secure to eliminate dangerous falls. Cones and site barriers assist with barricading off hazardous areas, as well as creating safe passages for the general public to make sure they stay out of harm's way. Reflective barriers are ideal for use on busy roads, especially at night, regardless of whether there is anyone working on site. Speed humps can help to enforce speed limits and prevent cars from speeding onto a site too quickly.
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Take a look at our range of quality health and safety supplies to keep your construction site a more secure environment for everyone. For more details about any of our signs or equipment, get in touch with us at TransQuip today.
Temporary warning signs are necessary during road works. You may even need a mandatory sign to comply with national regulations.
If you need a warning construction site sign, shop our range of durable, high-quality products. We have an assortment of options to suit any type of site work.
NZ Temporary Warning Signs for Increased Safety
Why do you need to add these displays? Installing the required displays protects the health and safety of everyone, and is required to meet legislation. Motorists are warned of dangers ahead and this, in turn, protects road workers and road users....
In 2018, nearly 400 lives were lost across in New Zealand. Nearly a third of these injuries and deaths involved pedestrians and cyclists. Proper signage helps to reduce these occurrences.
A large, clear display allows people to see warnings before they reach the construction site. When placed by the side of the street or highway, these displays can warn motorists and pedestrians of the speed limit, type of maintenance, or the distance that the road work extends.
Warning Sign Construction Site New Zealand Regulations
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) specifies the necessary dimensions, colours, and layouts for safety signs. You are often required to display symbolic signage. The temporary display may indicate:
The type of tradespeople or services
The type of maintenance or road work
Speed limit recommendations
Closure of a lane, street, or highway
The distance until the end of the construction
The types of hazards or road conditions
General warnings for cyclists or pedestrians
The displays need to meet certain specifications. Always review the type of work and assess potential hazards.
Browse High-Quality Temporary Warnings for Your Next Project
Before your crew begins on your next construction project, ensure that you have the right displays in place. Browse our selection of high-quality reflective displays. Our products are made from durable material and feature reflective surfaces to comply with the necessary safety standards.
Along with signage, you may need stands or road cones to properly position the warnings. Our stands can accommodate many types of signs, providing a convenient solution for setting up your temporary warnings.
We have dozens of options to help you comply with national safety regulations.
With our products, your warnings get noticed. Protect your workers and help reduce the risk of vehicle injuries and deaths by selecting the required displays for your next project.
Get in touch with TransQuip today or browse the range of roadwork and construction signs.
Road Cones & Site Barriers
Do you need site safety supplies? At TransQuip, we offer everything needed to increase the safety of your construction site, including road cones and barriers.
What You Should Know Before Buying Traffic Cones
According to the New Zealand Transport Authority’s Code of Practice for Temporary Traffic Management, orange road cones must be compliant with these safety standards:...
At least 900 millimetres tall
Able to remain upright during typical conditions
Able to stop rolling if knocked over
Capable of returning to its original shape after an impact
Made from a flexible polymer material with a fluorescent orange exterior
Marked on the upper base with the letter TTMC Month/Year
Road cones nationwide need to include these features. Our selection complies with NZTA regulations and includes reflective collars.
We also offer shorter safety cones for non-highway use where the code of practice does not apply. You can rely on us for the best road cone price and we stock road cones in Auckland and Christchurch.
Speed Humps and Temporary Fence Panels
2018 was one of the worst years for road deaths in New Zealand. Nearly 400 people lost their lives.
To help protect motorists, pedestrians, and workers, your construction site may need more than just road cones. You also often need barriers or speed humps to help with traffic control.
Speed humps come in a variety of sizes and designs to suit different situations. With our range of modular products, you can easily set up a speed hump in any spot.
Speed humps and speed cushions are used for traffic calming. They force motorists and cyclists to slow down near the work site.
With our temporary barriers, you have several options for sectioning off areas of the road or work site. You can use barrier arms, rolls of safety mesh, or a construction site barrier fence.
Safety Supplies for All Types of Situations
No matter the type of road work, maintenance, or construction, we supply the safety supplies you need. From orange cones to barrier arms, we have you covered. Start shopping our selection to find the highest-quality safety solutions, including:
Buy road cones and other safety supplies to meet NZTA safety standards and help reduce the occurrence of roadside accidents.
Get in touch with TransQuip today or browse the range of road cones and safety supplies on our site.