The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) recently supplied their safety barriers for installation at a Liquorland site located within a Coles Supermarket at Gungahlin in the ACT. ATDC’s industry-leading safety barriers helped Liquorland meet the liquor licensing laws of the state, which required the store to be sufficiently secured when locked and closed while the Coles Supermarket remained open for trading.

ATDC’s safety barriers were deemed sufficiently compliant under the ACT’s strict licensing laws to secure the Liquorland store.

Measuring approximately 25 lineal metres in width and 2020mm high, ATDC’s safety barriers at Liquorland are portable and completely trackless in design, eliminating the need for an overhead support structure. Spanning Liquorland’s 25-metre shopfront without needing any removeable mullions, the safety barrier is fully retractable and collapsible, folding out of the way and out of sight when not in use.

Key features of ATDC’s safety barriers also include steel construction for strength; multi-point locking mechanisms providing excellent deterrence against potential intruders and also functioning as a very effective loss prevention tool; aluminium version available for use in marine installations; and OH&S rated for safety and compliant with Australian Standard 4687-2007 Temporary Fencing and Hoarding (in certain circumstances).

A double diamond configuration prevents pilferage of stored and secured goods or products through the barrier.

ATDC’s safety barrier is now available for sale in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Darwin and all regional towns across Australia. The barriers are also available for short term temporary use on rental terms.

Image: Liquorland store at Gungahlin Coles Supermarket secured with ATDC safety barriers