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4 Steps to Pallet Rack Safety in your warehouse - OSHA Recommendations

PalletRacks004 How many times have you questioned the stability or capacity of the racking in your warehouse? Is the load too heavy for the beams? Does the forklift operator know how to properly place the pallet in the rack? Can the uprights withstand a collision with a forklift? These are common and very reasonable questions. Every company should focus on internal safety and have or create an internal safety committee to address these concerns. Following OSHA guidelines to the letter is still not enough to keep your employees safe. OSHA does not have regulations in place today for pallet racking, but you don’t have to go far to hear about a terrible accident that occurred with warehouse rack. Pallet rack safety is a crucial part of ... Read more

Data Center Server Cages - The strongest, most versatile protection for servers and network equipment.

WireCrafters Multiple Server Cage The Ability To Grow While Maintaining Security at All Times As data center security grows in demand, so does the need for a strong, durable solution that will grow as your data center expands.   We understand what is most important to you.  Keeping your customer's data safe, secure and separated as well as maintaining security of your own equipment.  You also need the ability to reconfigure and add on in an economical way as you grow.   Secure Servers Cages Protect Computer Equipment and Customer Data WireCrafter's modular server cages provide the strongest, most durable solution to provide the highest level of security. Secured key lock or electronic code access Side-by-side storage of multiple server racks maintaining individual or multiple rack security Separate and secure ... Read more

Is Your Data Server Secure? Data Server Cages Provide Security

Safe & Secure | Warehouse Safety and Security Blog Series Protecting your data; the lifeblood of your company. Protecting your computer data goes beyond installing an anti-virus program. Installing a server cage is a core element in data security. In an increasingly digital world, your computer data is your company's lifeblood. Millions of dollars worth of information could be stored on your company's servers, from CRM information to personal employee information. Many companies will spend all of their effort preventing their information from an online attack by installing anti-virus and anti-spyware programs. However, it is very easy to forget to secure your actual, physical servers. "The server room is the heart of your physical network, and someone with physical access to the servers, switches, routers, cables and other devices in that room can do enormous ... Read more

Protect Your Visitors, Protect Yourself with Secure Driver Access Cages

Safe & Secure | Warehouse Safety and Security Blog Series Do you feel safety is an issue at your warehouse back door? Are you interested in restricting access to your building and adding a layer of safety to your warehouse? Then installing Driver and Building Access Cages may be the right solution for you. Warehouses, distribution centers and especially shipping docks can be dangerous places, especially for people who aren’t familiar with your operation. Delivery drivers and visitors who use the back door pose a potential insurance liability. Whether a visitor is looking for somebody to sign paperwork, or simply looking for the restroom, if they are allowed to walk freely around the factory floor, they are at risk of walking into active forklift traffic or into automated machinery work cells. Visitors should feel safe ... Read more

Safety in the Warehouse

How many times have you questioned the stability or capacity of the racking in your warehouse? Is the load too heavy for the beams? Does the forklift operator know how to properly place the pallet in the rack? Can the uprights withstand a collision with a forklift? These are common and very reasonable questions. Every company should focus on internal safety and have or create an internal safety committee to address these concerns. Following OSHA guidelines to the letter is still not enough to keep your employees safe. OSHA does not have regulations in place today for pallet racking, but you don’t have to go far to hear about a terrible accident that occurred with warehouse rack. Pallet rack safety is a crucial part of ... Read more
Posted by Amber on April 24th, 2013 :: Filed under: Blog,Material Handling,Safety & Security
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