Kee Mark is a sturdy, durable, and cost-effective demarcation system used indoors and out. The system is compact making it portable and easy to assemble. The unique post design with a heavy duty PVC
base weighing 25kg prevents the system from falling during severe weather conditions. Kee Safety’s demarcation
system is further enhanced by a high visibility, two colour, polyurethane chain which links between the support posts.
Why do you need Kee Mark Demarcation System?
It’s compact, portable and features a unique post design which prevents the chain from becoming detached during adverse weather conditions. Kee Mark’s base foot is formed from recycled PVC and weighs 25kg which supports the system. It is further enhanced by a high visibility, two color polyurethane chain which is continually linked between the support posts.
Installation of the system is quick and easy with the support posts and the cable linked to form a continuous demarcation route from the point of entry to the point of exit. The system is ideal for providing demarcation around plant equipment and fragile materials at ground level. It can also be used as an economical solution to a roof guardrail, providing it is placed at least 2m from the roof edge.
A Safer Solution
The simple modular design incorporates durable galvanised Kee Klamp components and galvanised uprights that stay in place with a hidden set screw. This non-fall arrest system meets the OSHA requirements for designated areas for work where demarcation systems should be immediately obvious.
Key features of Kee Mark Free-standing Demarcation
The simple modular design makes it quick and easy to assemble and dismantle.
Suitable for interior and exterior use and there are single and double chain options.
Plastic or steel cables give the Kee Mark demarcation system long lasting protection.
Durable galvanised components and uprights plus heavy-duty rubber bases.
Easy transportation and storage
Compact design provides ease of transportation and storage.
Watch this overview of the Kee Mark Free-standing Demarcation System
Highest standards for on and off-the-ground safety
Designed to be compliant with OSHA 1910.29(d)(2)(i-vi)
No. Painted lines do not meet the OSHA requirements for Designated Areas in rooftop fall protection. OSHA is very clear that Designated areas must be a physical barrier and visible from 6m away. The reason for this is simple, painted lines are easily covered by dust and will not stop a distracted worker from crossing them.