Spotlight on JSP Safety

by scott douglas

JSP was established in 1964 and currently serves over One Hundred Countries across the Globe.

From its Manufacturing Headquarters, JSP Safety embraces People and Technology and is an acknowledged leader in Occupational Safety, Health and Wellbeing.

With Three Manufacturing Hubs in the UK and Manufacturer Hubs across the Globe, JSP is a Lean Manufacturer maximising performance across the Business and maximising Capacity under the QMS / Quality Management System.

JSP Safety Design and Manufacturer Safety Helmets, PPE Equipment, Healthcare Equipment, Traffic Management, and Worksite Solutions, including the popular Post and Chain System.

JSP Products include;

  • Fencing and Demarcation
  • Post and Chain Systems
  • Worksite Barrier Systems
  • Scaffold Safety
  • Hearing Protection
  • Head Protection
  • PPE
  • Site Management
  • Healthcare
  • Traffic Management
  • Road Safety Barriers
  • Traffic Cones
  • No Parking Cones
  • Speed Ramps

    JSP Manufacturer enough Road Safety Barriers each year to stretch the entire length of the M1 Motorway in the UK twice!

    Committed to the Environment, JSP safety recycles 7000 tonnes of material every year.

    JSP Safety products are manufactured using Injection Moulding, Blow Moulding and Rotational Moulding and have Zero Waste Policy at its Manufacturing headquarters and UK and Global Hubs.

    JSP Products meet the current UK and European Standards and are Manufactured under the Worldwide Quality Management System.

    JSP are committed to Sustainability and embraces Technology in the Manufacturer process to ensure a Safer and Sustainable Future.

    These methods include ;

    • Making complete 100% Recyclable Products

    • Using Energy Efficient Compressed Air Systems

    • Maximising Insulation on all Manufacturer Sites and Locations

    • Energy-Efficient Machinery

    • Recycling Waste

    • Electric Car Charging Points on all Sites

    • Sustainable Packaging

     

    WADE BUILDING SUPPLIES | RECYCLING SYMBOL

    JSP are an acknowledged leader in Worksite Solutions, and one of their most popular and Recognisable Products is their Post and Chain System.

    The JSP Post and Chain System are designed to control Pedestrian Queuing Systems effectively and is often found in Hospitals, Car Parks, Shops, Factories, Reception Areas and Events.

    The Highly Visible Posts are manufactured using High-Density Polyethylene.

    While Lightweight and easy to Manoveure, they are available with a Sturdy Base which enables the Post and Chain System to be used Indoors or Outdoors.

    JSP Safety Post and Chain System Benefits include;

    • Lightweight

    • Easy to Store

    • Visible Divider

    • Sturdy Construction

    • Capped

    • Highly Visible

    • General Public Familiarity

    WADE BUILDING SUPPLIES | JSP POST AND BARRIER SYSTEM CHAIN BASE AND POST

    Guide to JSP Safety Post and Chain Set Up

    The simplest way to work out how to effectively set up your Post and Chain System is to put your plans down on Paper.

    Your post should be spaced out between 2.5 metres to 3.0 metres, and if you have a corner section, you will need an additional Post.

    Your Plan may look like this;

    WADE BUILDING SUPPLIES | LAYOUT PLAN USING JSP POST AND BARRIER SYSTEMS TYPICALLY USED IN RECEPTION FACTORY POST OFFICE

    This layout would require Twelve JSP Posts, Twelve JSP Bases and, based on 2.5-metre sections, approximately 25 metres of JSP Chain.

    JSP Post and Chain Systems are quick and easy to set up and manoeuvre if your queuing system needs adapting.

    As an acknowledged leader in Safety, JSP is accredited Worldwide for their Products and Processes.

    Governing Bodies and Accreditation's include;

     

    You can rest assured with JSP Safety Products you will not be Disappointed and will ensure your Site Safety is effective and easy to Manage.

     

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