It’s important to understand warehouse hazards because they can lead to serious injury or even death. Our Key Account Manager, Jennifer MacFarlane helps identify some of the potential hazards that could be found within a warehouse.

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  1. All across the country companies are hiring industrial engineers to establish time standards for warehouses to make them more efficient. More often than not, these engineers have no warehouse experience and poor understanding of its operations. Errors which these engineers are making are resulting in unsafe working conditions for company employees operating heavy equipment. The result is hundreds of wrongful terminations and serious injuries, violations of workers contracts, and even deaths. This document explains, in detail, the mistakes a very large percentage of these engineers are making.MS Word document
    address –!ArgsDQJZ43T0god5fdiXh3CGg79TNgPlease SHARE THIS DOCUMENT with other production warehouse workers, especially if they were injured or wrongfully terminated as a a result of these mistakes mentioned.

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