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RAPID EPS Unit D Treefield Industrial Estate, Gelderd Road, Gildersome Leeds LS27 7JU

Bay Safe Systems


Our clever Bay Safe system has the ability to be installed and fixed in multiple situations. With attachments that make it compatible with Rapid Post and Panel, this ensure a quick and safe installation without any drilling required. Where this application is not suitable, the system can be installed through the drill and fix Dual Purpose Stand, or even fitted to scaffolding.

For additional safety and containment, the system can be installed with side panels to reduce the risk of debris falling from the leading edge.

Three Standard Sizes offered (3.4m, 2.8m & 2.2m), and bespoke sizing is available on request.

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benefits of using Bay Safe Systems
  • Zero drilling to the concrete slab when used with the Rapid Compression Post.
  • Conforms to BS EN 13374 Temporary Edge Protection.
  • Rapid Installation.
  • British quality made.
  • Three standard sizes are available, and bespoke sizing is available on request.
  • Custom colour to promote your company's brand.
  • Suits traditional tube & fitting scaffolds.
  • The perfect solution for post-tension slabs.
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Installation Guide

File Format : pdf
Filesize : 6 MB
Updated : 08/06/2022


At our recently upgraded training centre in Leeds, product training and training covering the standard for temporary edge protection systems, BSEN13374:2013+A1.2018 is available to all customers.

The level of training undertaken at the Rapid Centre will involve practical sessions including product installation and hazard identification and also theory session.

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