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You will need a perimeter fence if your risk assessment identifies that this is the only way to control or minimise the risks.
You should strongly consider installing a fence around the site where it is:
Remember that unauthorised persons, including children, may not be deterred from entering your site by signs alone. Ideally, all hazards on site should be controlled. However, this may not always be achievable so fences may help in restricting access.
The fence must be adequate for its purpose and it’s important that you consider whether the fence:
Sheets of reinforcing mesh should not be used for site fencing as children can climb it too easily and the protruding ends of sheets could result in injuries.
Note that your fence will need to stay up until the work activity on the site no longer presents a risk to unauthorised persons.
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