Physical Guards to Create Pathways

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The use of physical objects to create aisleways and pedestrian pathways is a commonplace, especially in retail facilities. This can be done through the use of shelves, fixtures, and displays. Sometimes retail facilities will employ the use of elevated platforms to display merchandise. From a safety standpoint, this is an acceptable practice as long as the objects used to create the aisleway are always present. If an object is moved or is removed, proper guarding and/or warnings must be in place to protect the pedestrian. The engineers at Quality Forensic Engineering, LLC are well trained and have years of experience analyzing complex issues with pedestrians and walkways. The root causes of trips and falls may not always be obvious. Contact us today and let us put our knowledge to work for you.

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