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PROTECTION

When you put an emphasis on protecting people and equipment from hazards and preventing injury and damage, your facility operates more efficiently.

PROTECTION

The terms "Protection and Prevention" isn’t just about keeping your people safe and injury-free, it also applies to your building, grounds, and equipment. The benefits of focusing on accident & injury protection and prevention include improved morale, retention and productivity; fewer leaves of absence & workers' comp claims. Protection and prevention is key to operational efficiency and also greatly reduces down-time for repair or replacement of critical tools & equipment, and can increase profitability.

Leave No Docking Space Unchecked

With schedules and timely shipping & receiving being such a big part of business today, loading dock damage can extend far beyond the cost of equipment. Shutting down a dock to effect repairs can put a serious dent in workflow, order timing, customer relations, and profits.

Leave No Docking Space Unchecked

It has been estimated that an out of commission loading dock can ring in at a cost of about $1700 USD per hour.

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Protection That’s Always On-Duty.

Guard rail systems provide protection for your facility and equipment from damage caused by vehicles like pallet jacks, forklifts, trucks, trailers, and more. They can also be used to create aisles for vehicle traffic to keep pedestrians safe. Utilizing the correct amount and type of guard system ensures a safe environment for your people, reduces accidents, and protects valuable equipment. Many are designed to have replaceable components that allow you to fix damage to maintain protection even after an incident.

All Hands On Deck: The Ultimate Buying Guide For Coated Gloves

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, hands are the second most frequently injured body part. In 2020 alone, there were over 102,000 reported injuries with cuts & lacerations being the most common injury by a large margin.

Your Guide On Buying Coated Gloves

Despite knowing they wear hand protection, many people do not, because:

  • Gloves are too hot and make their hands sweaty.
  • Forgot them in their vehicle, at home, in a tool box, etc.
  • Loss of fine motor coordination (can’t grab a nail from pouch or thread a nut onto a bolt).
  • They are uncomfortable and/or do not fit correctly.
  • Hard to use tools and machinery.
  • No one else is wearing them, so they don’t want to look out of place.
  • Which one is an issue for your people?

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