This section contains information about our range of products and documents that can help you implement them into your organisation. Where we can we will create industry specific guides to help share good practice.
It also includes technical data sheets for our core product range and PDF’s of our products catalogue.
If there are specific documents that you are not able to find in these downloads please call our technical team.
What is Arc Flash? Our latest resource page looks at all things arc flash, starting with what it is, the causes and expert guidance around arc flash. Read our Arc Flash buying guide here.
What is lockout – Nine easy steps for locking out This simple single page guide will give you an overview of the principle of locking out and how to implement a Lockout Tagout system in your business. Discover our 9 Steps for Lockout.
Padlock Buying Guide Struggling to decide on the best Padlock to purchase? Our Padlock Buying Guide explains the benefits of each padlock type, helping you choose the perfect padlock for your security needs
Lockout legislation around the world Understand how legislation effects your business and the requirement under law in your region. For details on Lockout regulations in the U.K, Europe and the U.S, please click here to see this summary.
Reece Lockout Catalogue The Lockout/Tagout catalogue details a comprehensive range of over 1500 products. It covers every element of lockout as well as a range of live electrical safety products and safety signs and labels. Please click here to see our new catalogue as a flipbook. If you would like to download a full PDF of the new catalogue please click here and use our downloads section.
Product data sheets Provides a detailed specification of user guide on 50 of our most popular products. If you cannot find the specific product you require please contact our technical sales team and they will do their best to find the information you require.Please click here to go to our datasheets downloads section.
Sentinel The cornerstone of any Safe System of Work that involves safe isolation will employ full padlock control to ensure the "One man, one Lock" principle. Every one of the Brass Safety Padlocks that we sell to an end user will have the full lock numbers recorded in our Sentinel system to allow safe expansion at a later date. This is vital for Multi-site corporations where Engineers often move between sites - we ensure that all sites are cross referenced in Sentinel to avoid any duplication. Contact us now to see how we can help manage your padlock control as a part of your Lockout procedures.
How therapists are applying Social Distancing Social distancing requirements are forcing the world of professional Therapists (Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Psychotherapists, Chiroprators etc.) to make radical changes to their normal businesses in order to open up and provide essential treatments to the community. We have had the pleasure of working with quite a few such businesses to help get in place a sensible set of measures though a mixture of PPE, signage, hand sanitiser, eye protection, screens and aprons and each of these options is expanded a little further - click here for the guide.
UK Stockists of Charnaud Products We are pleased to announce that Reece Safety have become 1 of only 2 UK stockists of Charnaud specialist PPE products! Find out more about Charnaud’s PPE Protection .
Working at HeightThis guide explains what working at height is, legislation that needs to be followed and how to comply with regulations. Read more here!
What is Confined Space?We take a look at the meaning of confined space as well as the hazards and safety equipment needed. Read more here.
Working at Height Risk AssessmentA risk assessment for working at height evaluates hazards and risks associated with working above ground/floor level. It is both a moral and legal obligation of employers to have a risk assessment done prior to working at height in order to formulate and implement preventative measures against potential injuries and fatalities associated with working at heights. Read more here.