Warehouse Safety: Do's and Dont's

October 1, 2018

Having an efficient warehouse means nothing if there is no safety protocol to go along with it. These measures are designed to protect both the employees working in the distribution center and the products stored within it. No matter how large or small your warehouse may be, you need to make sure that you have practices in place to keep everyone involved as safe as possible. 

In order to be committed to achieving “Zero Harm”, you must work with the aim of creating and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment.  In order for this to happen, all employees must make safety a priority.  We all need to work toward reducing risks “As Low As Reasonably Possible” (ALARP).  

Here are warehouse safety do's and don't for you to follow:




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