Road Safety Products
“If we are not embracing every opportunity to save lives, we are costing lives!”
In support of our layered approach to road and workzone safety, the Boylan Team are delighted to be able to offer additional services and products. Whether you are searching for barrier technologies, signage, the latest in R&D, or just safety glasses….you have come to the right place!
Please be advised that Boylan Group are NO longer involved with Highway Care Products.
Kelken structural chemical anchoring products are specified and used by over 40 DOT's, the U.S. Navy, the Bureau of Reclamation, and Corps of Engineers; in Australia, significant infrastructure projects such as GatewayWA.
They are specified for use by huge utilities and the worlds biggest industrial companies. Kelken is fast becoming the favorite anchor product of the nation's foremost design firms. With over a decade of proven success, Keliresins have earned approvals worldwide.
Boylan Team Safety
Boylan Team Safety aims to help reduce the toll of road and workplace accidents by increasing awareness about the safety message in the wider community.
The program was started in 2008 by performance car driver Peter Boylan and motorsport commentator Neil Crompton. The pair was joined in 2009 by veteran touring car champion Allan Moffat, OBE. The latest addition is Matthew Brabham - grandson of triple world Formula One champion Sir Jack Brabham.
Peter Boylan said his team mates were ideal ambassadors for the program. “Both Neil and Allan have enjoyed stellar careers and are well known to the wider public,”Peter said. “They are also incredibly supportive of initiatives that can make a difference to saving lives.”Peter said Matthew Brabham was rapidly
making his mark on the world of motorsport.
"We feel sure that someone of Matthew`s talent and vision will appeal to the younger members of our community who we are very keen to reach with our safety message," Peter said. He said future Team Safety initiatives would include working with state governments to institute road safety programs into schools.