Putting Safety Guidelines In Place

Couperthwaite, Larry; McClatchy, Elizabeth
July 2008
Food Logistics;Jul/Aug2008, Issue 106, p22
The article offers tips for maintaining industrial safety. The U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) investigates forklift-related injuries and deaths each year. Employers must make sure that all employees have up-to-date, equipment-specific training and warehouse safety training. Pre-shift inspections should be performed. Appropriate clothing when at work in a warehouse should be worn by all employees.


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