Lockout/tagout is an OSHA requirement for forklifts & prevents unnecessary safety risks created by using equipment in need of repairs.
Posted by Thelma Marshall Director, Product, Jan. 30, 2020 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Your warehouse or distribution center probably operates with a mixed fleet of vehicles with their own system that speaks a specific language. What kind of obstacles does this create in your facility when an …
Safety is one of the biggest, most costly concerns in the supply chain industry and OSHA violations can be extremely costly. But what if your facility is fined erroneously? While it is very common for day-to-day operations to become lax when it comes to safety protocol, it is also possible for OSHA to make mistakes in its evaluation.
Forklift operation is not as simple as driving a car. There are several precautions that OSHA expects your warehouse or distribution center to take to help ensure forklift safety. The question is, do safety practices in your facility meet expectations?
There are a few key things you can do to create a culture of safety in your warehouse. First, watch this video to see how your software platform can make safety compliance simple.
There are probably a few things happening in your warehouse right now that are putting safety in jeopardy and increasing the risk of forklift impacts.
This is why OSHA has created Safe + Sound Week, a nationwide event held each August that recognizes the successes of workplace health and safety programs and offers information and ideas on how to keep workers safe. The year’s event is August 12th – August 16th.
Safety is one of the biggest, most costly concerns in the supply chain industry. OSHA violations can deeply impact your bottom line – more so now than ever before. On January 23, 2019, OSHA put an annual adjustment to penalties of violation that raised fine amounts by approximately 2.5% over the 2015 revised amounts.