Rail Chocks and accessories keep freight cars and locomotives OSHA-compliant. Rail wheel chocks are constructed of cast steel to stand up to and stop heavy freight car loads. Heat-treated spurs are designed to bite into the rail to keep the rail chocks from slipping. Steel wheel rail chocks meet OSHA regulations 1920.110(15), 1910.111(13), 1910.30(A)(5). OSHA regulations require that rail car brakes are applied and a rail wheel chock is in place before a car can be safely worked on. OSHA requires 2 rail chocks per car being chocked. Rail chocks are available for exposed and flush rails.
In addition to rail chocks, portable one-way derails are designed to temporarily redirect freight cars and locomotives with left and right throws. Rail car stabilizing jacks can be placed on each side of the freight car at the midpoint and will keep the freight car level during loading and unloading. Also, rail safety signs are reflective and comply with 1920.261(C). For a FREE rail safety book and video, simply request KRAILVID on your next order!
For all your rail transportation products needs, Labelmaster provides rail chocks, rail sign holders, rail safety signs, one-way safety derails, rail stabilizing jacks and many more OSHA-compliant rail products.