Handling forklift batteries can be dirty business. Electrolyte can accumulate on or drip from batteries due to leaks, boil-overs, and vapors that escape during charging.
Because acidic residue can end up in places it shouldn't be, battery room managers must take precautions to protect workers and equipment from this corrosive material. As you would expect, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) lays out guidelines for employers. Here are the major requirements from OSHA, along with a few ways to ensure compliance:
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Once the hustle and bustle of the holiday seasons dies down, it's time for warehouses to take a deep breath and...ramp up for the return season. The more efficient logistics become, the less downtime there is between people rushing to get a gift on time and the recipient returning it for something else. With heavy-duty and configurable shipping and receiving equipment, your operation doesn't have to stress about the transition to reverse logistics.
At harvest, commercial growers of fruits and vegetables have two major goals, both of which hinge on quality produce handling equipment: They must prevent any contamination or degradation of the product, and they must quickly move bulk field containers to the packing house.