Officestor offers a comprehensive range of solutions to enhance the protection of products and people in the warehouse. According to HSE figures, around 13% of major injuries in the warehousing ndustry are caused by either moving or falling objects. Anti-collapse mesh is an important aid in preventing objects falling from height. In addition, we also offer back of rack anti-collapse racking, barriers, signage, bollards, rack end nets and side nets. Part of our service encompasses rack audits and reports as well as PUWER inspections.
Warehouses are essential for storing and distributing goods, but they can also be hazardous environments for both workers and equipment. Impact and collision protection is an important consideration in warehouse design and operation to ensure the safety of employees and the longevity of equipment.
One way to protect against impact and collision in warehouses is through the use of physical barriers. This can include things like guardrails, bollards, and corner protectors. These barriers can help prevent accidents by blocking off areas that are prone to collisions, such as corners and doorways. They can also provide a buffer between moving equipment and stationary objects, reducing the likelihood of damage.
In the workplace, impact protection is an important consideration to ensure the safety of employees and the longevity of equipment.
One way to provide impact protection is through the use of visual warning systems and safety cushioning. Visual warning systems can help prevent accidents by alerting employees and equipment operators to potential hazards. This can include things like flashing lights, reflective tape, and warning signs.
These systems can be particularly useful in environments where there is a lot of foot traffic or where equipment is moving around, such as warehouses and construction sites. Safety cushioning is another effective way to provide impact protection in the workplace. This can include things like foam padding, rubber bumpers, and airbags. These materials can help absorb the impact of collisions, reducing the risk of injury or damage. They can be used on walls, corners, and other areas where collisions are likely to occur.
In addition to visual warning systems and safety cushioning, there are other measures that can be taken to provide impact protection in the workplace. These can include training employees on safe practices, regularly inspecting and maintaining equipment, and implementing safety protocols such as wearing protective gear.