Graphic Products launches warehouse safety guide
Warehouse Safety Hazards and Solutions Guide
Graphic Products has released the free 'Warehouse Safety Hazards and Solutions Guide', which lists common warehouse safety hazards and presents safety solutions and checklists.
The 'Warehouse Safety Hazards and Solutions Guide' lists 10 OSHA standards for which warehousing establishments are most frequently cited.
It then lists specific hazards presented to warehouse workers, including unsafe use of forklifts, improper stacking of products, failure to use personal protective equipment, failure to follow proper lockout/tag-out procedures and repetitive motion injuries.
Safety solutions are presented for each of the following hazards: forklifts; docks; conveyors; materials storage; manual lifting/handling; charging stations; poor ergonomics; general hazards; and materials handling.
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The GFTS25-2500L tank shower from Showers & Eyebaths Services provides 30 minutes of continuous drenching.
Showers & Eyebaths Services has introduced a 1,500-litre remote header safety tank, which offers all the benefits of a tank shower without taking up the room. The units are said to be ideal for buildings such as laboratories, research facilities, hospitals and small manufacturing facilities.
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