BLH Safety Solutions


BLH Safety Solutions is a division of the BLH Group. BLH Group have been working within the food processing, mining, offshore, oil and gas, power and energy, transport and infrastructure and other heavy duty industries for over 10 years and in this time have placed safety as a top priority throughout the business.

Over this period BLH has been researching and developing new innovative products to combat the increasing safety issues that appear within Mineral Resources and Construction sectors and other industries across Australia.

As a result BLH Safety Solutions has been formed as a business division of the BLH Group to offer solutions to a wide range of safety issues and concerns. 

BLH Safety Solutions now proudly present BLH Safety Barricading, BLH Stop Drop Safety Barricading System, and BLH Guarding Systems to the market, and also BLH Engineered Safety Solutions which offer the complete solution to a wide range of safety requirements from tailor made guarding to new design of innovative products to fulfil a client’s requirement.

Our mission is to provide global industry Safety Solutions to minimise risk across all industry sectors through innovative safety products, services, designs and solutions.


Stop Drop Barricades

BLH STOP DROP™ SAFETY BARRICADING SYSTEM is designed to combat one of the most common causes of work related injuries/fatalities - being hit by a falling object.

Since 2009, BLH Safety Solutions™ have been researching and developing new and innovative ways to protect personnel around the globe from the hazard of dropped objects. BLH STOP DROP™ SAFETY BARRICADING SYSTEM is specifically designed to minimise the risk of dropped objects from work areas such as platforms, scaffolding, walkways and stairways across a diverse range of industry sectors including:

  • Oil and Gas
  • Mining and Processing
  • Energy and Infrastructure
  • Transport and Storage

Within Australian industries alone, the third most common cause of work-related fatalities between 1 January to 30 April 2012 was being hit by a falling object, accounting for 10 fatalities. These safety statistics are readily accessed from the Safe Work Australia website

For a list of some of the innovative features we utilise, please visit our website


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