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What to Do When Communication Impacts Warehouse Safety

Posted by Thelma Marshall, Director, Product, Jan. 21, 2020 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Effective communication is not a new challenge for warehouse enterprises. Statistically, hazard communication has ranked in the top two most cited OSHA violations for six consecutive years. You probably understand why this challenge keeps …

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National Forklift Safety Day – Why it Matters

Safety reminders are an effective way to combat driver complacency, a common problem for those who do TTX_workflow_3_imgrepetitive, yet dangerous, tasks throughout their workday. National Forklift Safety Day, an annual event set for Tuesday June 11, 2019 was created to inspire warehouse managers across the country to take a closer look at operator safety and training deficits in their facility.

Forklift Safety Checklist – Know the Basics

What it the best way to improve safety in your facility? Leading indicators play a big role in preventing worker fatalities, injuries, and illnesses as well as strengthening operational outcomes in the workplace. Your cohesive safety program should leverage leading indicators as a guide for operational changes in processes, programs, and altering employee behavior to cultivate a safer work environment.

Video: Precautions for Forklift Safety & OSHA Compliance

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.