3 Pallet And Racking Safety Tips
On today’s Podcast – we’re going to be covering 3 Pallet And Racking Safety Tips. So stay tuned…
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- What a secure / non-damaged racking system and the pallets within them are supposed to look like.
- How pallets are supposed to be arranged / stacked on the racks (Including what sort of items go where and what weights need to be observed).
- How inventory procedures work.
- Where items of concern – such as sprinkler heads, cameras, and/or lighting – are located (To avoid hitting them with your lift truck and/or a load).
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Now back to the Podcast…
Tip #3 isn’t as much about the pallet and rack as it is about what you’re wearing when dealing with them – and that’s your safety equipment. Chances are – this is something you’re supposed to be doing anyway, but yet another reminder can’t hurt.
Anytime you’re loading or unloading pallets and/or operating equipment to move them – be sure you’re protecting everything that has the potential of being affected by what you’re doing.
This means the usual suspects of steel toed boots, gloves, goggles, masks, and/or back support – just to name a few. But when dealing with the potential height of racks – be sure you’re also implementing harnesses and other equipment to protect you from falls.
If you take your time, pay attention, and follow the 3 Tips provided on today’s Podcast – you’ll be well on your way to staying safe. And staying safe is what we’re here to help you do!
Thank you for listening to Warehouse Safety Tips – and have a SAFE day!
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