Pallet racks can be used in warehouses, so there are a lot of things to keep in mind when designing and installing into your plant – the most important of which is the daily safety issues. The use of pallet racks has many safety factors to protect your items, facilities and staff, and we provide the following tips to help you get started:
1.Ensure correct installation
The safety of the pallet rack starts at the time of installation and ensures that the installation is correct and the complete installation is the best way to safely take off. Make sure that all beams of the rack are correctly installed on the floor (and between each other), make sure that it is designed to meet the correct specifications for any items that it will be fixed, and inspect it carefully to ensure it is installed on a level surface to prevent accidents or Falling pieces.
2.Ensure that the load is properly placed and managed
The next step is to ensure that the rack is used correctly, and a large part of it is to ensure that the load is stable and balanced before it is put into the shelf system. Install steel wire mats on the pallets to help balance the load, and train employees to ensure that everything placed on the pallet is properly strapped and secured to prevent unnecessary movement, damage or injury.
3.Install safety measures on the pallet
In addition to proper training and safety measures, safety measures can also be installed on pallets to help improve product and worker safety. A pallet security shield can be installed to cover the length of the rack to prevent items from falling onto the floor - or worse, hurting someone in the process.
Our products includes: Pallet rack (beam rack), Drive-in rack, Radio shuttle rack, Push back rack, Cantilever rack, Mezzanine, Steel platform, Live rack, Carton flow rack, Medium duty shelving, Light duty shelving, Drawer rack, Movable archive shelving, Work apparatus etc.
We have passed ISO9001:2008 certificated in 2012, CE certificated in 2014, and all of our products comply with AS4084-2012 standard, American RMI standard and FEM standard.