Material handling equipment help reduce strain on your staff and provide numerous ergonomic benefits. However, even with regular inspection and maintenance, the performance of these equipment can deteriorate over time, as daily usage takes a toll on every equipment’s health. Continue reading “3 Reasons to Retire Your Current Material Handling Equipment”
When it comes to selecting lifting tools, the overabundance of options can leave buyers feeling puzzled. While electric powered lifting tools have been the go-to choice for most commercial clients, some companies are now shifting toward pneumatic tools because of the additional benefits they offer. Continue reading “3 Reasons to Choose Air Lifting Tools over Electric Tools”
Warehouses are typically used to store large volumes of manufactured goods, the management of which isn’t possible without specialized industrial equipment. Whether you’ve recently acquired a warehouse or constructed one from scratch, you’ll need certain tools to get it up and running. Continue reading “4 Industrial Equipment You Need In Your Warehouse”
Despite recent improvements in workplace safety, the material handling industry still remains a dangerous place to work in. According to the Bureau of Labor of Statistics, 2017 saw 5,147 deaths in the workplace, with the warehouse industry experiencing five injuries per 100 employees. Fortunately, almost all of these injuries are easily preventable by implementing a few safety measures that don’t require considerable amounts of investment.
In this blog, we take a look at some common warehouse injuries and how they can be avoided. Continue reading “Is Your Warehouse Staff At The Risk Of These Injuries?”