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SEA Develops a Hand Over Document

Comply with gate safety laws & use SEA’s handover document: SEA Handover Doc

SEA has been championing the highest gate safety practices since our company formed. We were one of the first companies to offer a dedicated safety edge contact for our control systems and have been recommending safety edges be fitted as standard for over a decade.

Today SEA are active members of the Gate Safety community and hold certifications in gate safety with the DHF (Door and Hardware Federation) as well as Gate Safe. We hold regular personalised training sessions helping gate installation companies across the country understand the regulations and find practical solutions to common safety concerns associated with electric gates.

At the request of our customers we have created a Handover document containing guidance on gate risk assessment, how to CE mark a gate system as well as important information for end users. While it is impossible to conceive of every eventuality, the SEA handover booklet provides a clear starting point for the installer.

Bespoke PDF versions of the handover document are available on request to account customers. When asked about why SEA had taken the step to produce the document Managing Director Joffre Reynolds said, “We always strive to give our engineers and customers the best service and equipment possible. The handover document will assist the smaller companies to enable them to fit safe and compliant gate systems more confidently.”

Visit SEA’s technical support page for more risk assessment documentation: Risk Assessment Technical Support Page