Access control barriers deployed to ensure social distancing at popular fast food restaurant locations

Access control barriers have been deployed to ensure social distancing at some of the most popular McDonald’s restaurant locations in Melbourne, Australia, a recent news report has been able to suggest.

This type of loss prevention control barrier has proven to be an effective access control device in the prevailing pandemic situation. The access control barrier system is portable, mobile, trackless and relocatable, and also features a keyless egress mechanism allows emergency exit where required.

At the moment, the access control barriers have been deployed at at McDonald’s Restaurants in Melbourne International Airport as well as McDonald’s stores in Southbank, Swanston Street, Bourke Street and Werribee in Melbourne.

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From simple light weight timber bollards for demarcation purposes, separating pedestrians from traffic or for protecting vulnerable points like corners of buildings that could be accidentally hit by vehicles, static bollards are highly versatile and provide a genuine deterrent.

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