Imagine if there were a magic elixir that could keep your warehouse personnel safer and cooler – while also improving their productivity, general mood and mental acuity.
As COVID-19 concerns continue to impact business operations, warehouse professionals are proving to be some of the most essential employees around -- because without them, critical items like food and medical supplies wouldn’t be able to reach hospitals or store shelves.
When it comes to safety, today’s warehouses are really between a rock and a hard place.
On the one hand, having frequent safety meetings has never been more important, because there are so many new COVID-19 precautions to share and because now, more than ever, it’s essential to help warehouse personnel avoid any accident that could send them to the hospital.
“500” Reasons To Use These March 2020 Driver Safety Meeting Topics
A few weeks ago, many of us watched in horror as Ryan Newman’s car suffered a potentially lethal crash during the last lap of the Daytona 500. Miraculously Newman not only survived but walked out of the hospital two days later.
March 2020 Warehouse Safety - What’s Luck Got To Do With It?
Raise your hand if you believe in leprechauns. How about the magic of four-leaf clovers?
“Lucky” subjects like that are fun to think about when March and St. Patrick’s Day roll around. But few of us would ever seriously consider using them as a solid business strategy.
That said there are many professionals who clearly do believe in luck, because they rely on it every day.
29 Ideas For February Risk-Prevention Discussions: A Day-to-Day Warehouse Safety Calendar
When most people think of risky careers, becoming a warehousing professional probably isn’t one of them. Yet each year, a vast number of DC personnel are injured or killed on the job, a fact that’s not surprising when you consider how many moving parts and pieces of equipment the typical warehouse has.
Safety must always be a top priority because warehouses are of the most dangerous places to work in America. But how can those risks be mitigated in order to keep employees safe and to keep the operation running? Safety.
Once upon a time, there was a company that had 100% customer satisfaction. Its customers didn’t just love its products, they loved its fulfillment – and they frequently posted positive things about it on everything from social media to Youtube’s unboxing channel.
By this point in the peak season, most of us who work in fulfillment need an extra sales surge about as much as we need a hole in the head. After all, order volumes are already at their highest and our fulfillment centers are usually working overtime and at full capacity already.
Do you remember what your holiday decorations looked like in your first “grown-up” home? Chances are they’ve multiplied a lot since then, growing from an easily stored collection of tchotchkes to a full-fledged horde of holiday cheer that probably needs its own zip code.