Warehouse Wednesday: Guardrail Systems that Defend Beyond the Dock
It is always safer to do more than to do less. If you are debating introducing more safety systems in your warehouse, you need one. Debating the safety status is the first sign of knowing there is more that you can do to make your warehouse safer. Warehouse safety is not a one-time fix. The constant development of your team and productivity can introduce expansion. This would create a need for more safety products.
Improvement can happen no matter what stage of safety development you are at. Safety solutions are also versatile and can meet different requirements depending on installation.
Getting caught between equipment is a common fatal accident. An estimated 2% of deaths resulted in an employee caught between two closing hazards. This includes clothes caught in machinery, cornered by a forklift, or suffocation in trenches. In a warehouse, the equipment can be the most significant threat to this fatal four accident.