Safety barrier complies with liquor licensing laws

A safety barrier from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) is
meeting the compliance requirements of a liquor store located within the Coles
Supermarket at Gungahlin in the ACT.

ATDC’s industry-leading safety barrier was recently installed at a
Liquorland site within the Coles Supermarket. The safety barrier was deemed
sufficiently compliant under the ACT’s strict licensing laws to secure the
Liquorland store when locked and closed at Coles, which operated for longer

Measuring approximately 25 lineal metres in width and 2020mm in height, ATDC’s
safety barrier at Liquorland features a portable and completely trackless design
that eliminates any need for overhead support. The barrier spans Liquorland’s
25-metre shopfront easily without needing any removable mullions. The safety
is fully retractable and collapsible, folding out of the way and
out of sight when not in use.

The steel construction of ATDC’s safety barrier ensures a robust solution
for securing the liquor store while its multi-point locking mechanisms offer an
excellent deterrent against potential intruders and also function as a very
effective loss prevention tool. The aluminium
version of the safety barrier is recommended for installations in marine

ATDC’s safety barrier is OHS rated for safety and also compliant with
Australian Standard 4687-2007 Temporary Fencing and Hoarding (in certain
circumstances). The barrier is also available in a double
diamond configuration
, which prevents anyone from accessing the secured
goods 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. ATDC
also offers its safety barriers for short term temporary use with a rental
package for a fixed period.

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