The absence of systematic safety reviews – How often do you perform and document a review of your facility and potential hazards? A regular, systematic review of your facility ensures you are doing all you can do to keep employees safe, reduce accidents, and improve results in your facility at the same time.
Non-functioning safety devices – Safety devices, such as photo eyes, reversing edges, and audible warning devices are just a few of the items that should be in working order at all times. A systematic review would ensure proper operation.
Racking not labeled – Racking needs to be labeled to ensure the proper products are being deposited there and that the loads deposited do not exceed the rated capacity of the racking.
Racking Beams Not Properly Locked – There are proper ways to ensure that racking is locked in accordance with its specifications.
If you are unsure if your facility is deficient in any of these areas, give us a call. We would be glad to assist you in a review and help you set up a program to ensure your facility is within OSHA safety regulations.]]>