30th April 2021

Security Fencing: Why Temporary Security Fencing Can Help Businesses Stay Safe Post-Pandemic

Most of us have become well-accustomed to social distancing over the past year, but as the UK is slowly starting to return to normal and businesses are reopening their doors, there’s never been a better time to ensure staff, customers, friends and family stay safe post-pandemic.

Here at CLD Fencing, we’ve been specialising in temporary fencing designed with safety in mind for over 40 years now – so we’re well placed to support businesses who are concerned about crowd control.

We’re here to help with a mini-series of blogs dedicated to providing support and advice to ensure your business premises are safe for you, your team and your customers as you open back up in 2021.

So, whether it’s event security or crowd control – let’s talk temporary security fencing.

Why now is a great time to invest in high-quality temporary fencing

The world has waited patiently for over a year for the day we can get back out into society, meeting up with loved ones, socialising with colleagues and doing things we love once more. For the UK, that big day is in sight, with the 21st June 2021 being bookmarked as the day “all legal limits on social contact” are lifted.

For many sectors, restrictions have already begun to ease, and we are now allowed to mingle outdoors (socially distanced) with up to 6 others. It’s certainly an exciting time and one that has meant people in droves have taken to their favourite establishments for catch-ups and get togethers.

As well as the latest easing of restrictions, which has seen the likes of pubs and shops reopening, there are plenty of events on the horizon, such as music festivals and gigs. But are you ready for this next phase?

Temporary fencing and gates are a cost-effective way of reducing the risk of overcrowding, and with such a wide range of options available here at CLD Fencing – you’ll be hard pushed to find one that doesn’t compliment your work environment perfectly. But the key is to be prepared. There are only a few weeks left before the last of the lockdown restrictions are set to ease, so now is the best time to get your plans in place for a safe reopening.

If you’re unsure whether temporary fencing is right for you – here are some of the top benefits: