Improving efficiency and reducing risk is the goal of all businesses, but what can we do to improve efficiency and reduce risk? By keeping the operators on their forklift, you can do this.
Recently, we’ve all seen a distribution center, which brings us to a question. Do you know what the impact of stretching packaging is? It is slowing down their forklift drivers. During the average shift, forklift operators can carry out nearly 200 forklifts. This frequency is still relatively high. At the same time, we all know that this customer’s problem is not unique, and that many of the warehouse operations that rely on manual stretch packaging have found a problem? They found that the process slowed down their speeds significantly, especially if they increased their volume significantly.
However, we all know that hand-wrappers are slow and boring, but not just. At the same time, manual packaging forces the operator to leave their forklift, which increases the risk of injury.
The risk of forklift. So what is the risk of a forklift?
According to the occupational safety and health administration (OSHA), a number of forklift accidents occur every year, with about 110,000 forklift accidents. In fact, according to the storage education and research council, a third of forklift drivers were injured when they got on and off the bus.
Do you know what it is to reduce the risk of forklift? We can take a look at that.
If you can’t do that, if you can’t do that, then you can take other measures, and other measures can also reduce the risk. Why can’t you do that? Automation cannot be maintained because of low volume or other factors.
Separating pedestrian and forklift traffic is one of the most basic risk reduction measures.