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Winners of our 1st OTW Photo Contest

Thank you to all who participated in our first-ever photo contest. We appreciate the time you took to send us all your great pictures. We love seeing OTW barricades being used! Our first place winner stole the show with Mo the sloth hanging out on one of our billboard barricades. Granted, he probably doesn’t weigh …

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OTW Safety attends the Alaska DOT Airport Training Conference

OTW Safety’s VP of Operations, Eric Stevens, spent a week in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska to support the Alaska Airport Training Conference organized by the Alaska Department of Transportation. The conference brought together airport managers from the entire state to tackle safety and operational concerns unique to Alaskan environmental extremes. Emergency preparedness, construction impact mitigation, and …

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OTW Safety Customer Review and Survey

OTW Safety wants to send a big shout out to everyone who took our 2014 customer survey! We appreciate all the detailed and supportive feedback that was received and will work hard to implement the changes that were requested. Congratulations to Dave Schmidt for being the winner of our drawing. Dave’s candid feedback, and a little …

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IMFCON/IFFS 2014

OTW Safety made some great new friends, hobnobbed with musicians, and showed off our Billboard Barricade crowd control device at this year’s International Music Festival Conference and International Film Festival Summit in Austin, TX. As the official safety sponsor of both events, we tried our best not to be hall monitors… but crowd control is …

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OTW’s AR10x96 Airport Barricade now being used at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport – China

In addition to Canada, OTW Safety is now exporting USA-made products to China. That’s right, the 10″ Low Profile Barricade is now being used on the runways at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in China! Since its invention in 1999, the Low Profile Barricade has consistently met the standards brought forth by the FAA and regulators …

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At Over 70mph Wind Load, AR10x96 Maintains its Position

OTW Safety recently tested its airport runway products to the requirements outlined in Military Standard UFC 3-260-01 and Military Specification Engineering Technical Letter (ETL) 04-2 (Change 1). The test was conducted by Darko Technologies in Ogden, UT, using its recently completed wind tunnel. Both low profile models, the AR10x96 and AR24x96 passed wind loading at …

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How to Prevent Motorists from Traveling Between Delineators or Drums

We have been discussing this issue for years. Motorists will travel into a work zone, between drums or delineators for various reasons. There is more and more evidence of this, and it’s documented in the following video: Preventing Motorists Driving Between Drums in a Work Zone This is a public safety issue, and a serious …

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