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Wheel Chocks

When it comes to heavy equipment in the shipping and receiving area, safety is always a concern. Blue Giant wheel chocks secure the truck wheels and prevent them from shifting or moving during loading and unloading.

OSHA requires trucks to have their rear wheels chocked and/or the brakes set at all times. For maximum safety two wheel chocks per trailer are recommended (1910.178 (K) 1). Blue Giant wheel chocks help building managers satisfy applicable safety standards and meet both legal and insurance-related obligations.

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Serving 5 Boroughs of NYC • Long Island • Rockland • Westchester

Features & Specifications

Molded Wheel Chock

Molded Wheel Chock
  • Durable in all weather conditions
  • Measures 9.5″ L x 6.5″ W x 8″ H (241mm x 165mm x 203mm)
  • Meets all OSHA requirements

Laminated Wheel Chock

Laminated Wheel Chock
  • Constructed from heavy-duty reinforced rubber, with large handle for easy carrying and positioning
  • Provides a sure grip on concrete or paved surfaces in all weather conditions
  • Measures 9″ L x 11″ W x 5″ H (229mm x 279mm x 127mm)
  • Meets all OSHA requirements

Aluminum Wheel Chock

Aluminum Wheel Chock
  • Lightweight, with excellent grip on tire and driveway
  • Measures 11.5″ L x 7″ W x 8″ H (292mm x 178mm x 203mm)
  • Meets all OSHA requirements

Ice Wheel Chock

Ice Wheel Chock
  • Sawtooth bottom securely grips icy and slippery surfaces
  • Powder coated safety yellow for high visibility
  • Measures 10.5″ L x 8″ W x 9.25″ H (267mm x 203mm x 235mm)
  • Meets all OSHA requirements

We custom build solutions according to your specifications and needs

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