Warehouse Safety: 5 Steps You Need To Take

| March 12, 2019

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Warehouse businesses thrive where there is orderliness. They also do well when employees are safe. Unfortunately, accidents can happen in a matter of seconds leading to injuries and even fatalities. The US Bureau of Labor Statisticsreports that there is an average of 16 fatalities yearly in the warehousing and storage industry and an injury and illness rate of 5 out of every 100 staff employed in this sector.These figures show that it is important to know what the risks are and to take steps to guard against them.Below is an actionable list of warehouse safety tips.

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