Loading Dock Kit

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SKU CCW-03-011-01368
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  • Includes carabiners and chains
  • Durable plastic chain material
  • Yellow chain provides clear visual
  • Ideal for use on loading docks
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$28.49

Product Overview

Reduce the risk of injuries with the Mr. Chain Loading Dock Kit! These supplies are used to visually warn people in and around loading docks, stairwells, or any opening a person could fall into! Hang warning signs from the plastic chain included in this kit and protect both workers and pedestrians!

Includes:
Loading Dock Kit

Features:

  • Includes 2 Magnet/Carabiners and 10' of 2" HD plastic chain
  • Designed to fit standard 9’ door openings
  • Warning signs can be hung from the plastic chain included in the kit
  • Used to visually warn those in and around loading docks, stairwells, or any opening where a person could fall and be injured

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Plastic
  • Used as: A visual warning in and around loading docks
  • Color: Yellow
  • Customizable? No

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