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Manufacturing and warehousing racking environments create severity exposures that are typically overlooked or not considered by material handlers and employees working around storage racking systems. With forklifts maneuvering back and forth and constantly lifting...
Other Hazards Inadequate fire safety provisions, improper use of lockout procedures and failure to wear personal protective equipment also create hazards in the warehouse workplace. Employers should have an emergency plan that describes what is expected of employees...