27 May Personnel Protective Guard (PPG) – Emergency Exit Demonstration
Emergency Exit Demonstration: Personnel Protective Guard (PPG)
Not only will Sterling’s COVID-19 Personnel Protective Guard (PPG) will allow your team to be safe while on the road, it will also allow them to easily exit the vehicle in case of an emergency where their door is blocked. This Personnel Protective Guard can be easily installed into your full size pickup, and can be adjusted to suit your driving position. This guard is made from a clear polycarbonite and does not impact driver visibility and will help minimize the potential for spread of COVID-19 in the cab of your vehicle. This guard will allow you to transport multiple in your vehicle to the job site, reducing additional costs such as renting multiple vehicles. Talk to us today to learn how we can enable to team to safely get back on the road.
– Full Visibility Polycarbonite Protective Guard
– Fits all full sized pickup trucks
– Designed to minimize the spread of disease, not designed to protect from impact
– Easily Adjustable
– Secures in position using adjustable straps
– Both Guards can be used in combination
Sterling’s Personnel Protective Guard (PPG) product has been designed in response to the COVID-19 crisis as a temporary germ barrier to minimize potential for spread of the virus while helping to keep essential work ongoing. This is to enable transportation of up to 3 persons in pickup and crew trucks while providing a physical distancing measure within the cab of the truck.
This is not designed to be a permanent safety barrier, or to withstand impact, although the material is indeed very tough and impact resistant. The Personnel Protective Guard is designed in such way that it is rigid enough to perform the required function, but is flexible where needed, so that it does not impact deployment of airbags or the safety of the occupants.
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