CartStop Stainless Steel Rail is ideal for the retailer who wants the simple, clean look of stainless steel without sacrificing strength. This floor mounted rail keeps walls, cases and fixtures looking new.
It shouldn’t come as any surprise that a forklift is a dangerous piece of machinery. There are some pretty grim accident statistics to back up that notion. Forklift accidents tend to be more serious than others, accounting for 10% of all physical injuries in those workplaces.
Many workplace facilities can be made safer with the help of an inspection checklist. Regular actions such as inspections, audits, tests and preventive maintenance can go a long way toward improving the safety of any facility.
As a warehouse owner or manager, it’s your responsibility to protect employees from heavy equipment. The McCue Pedestrian Safety Barrier is designed to withstand impacts from forklifts and other warehouse vehicles, keeping your workers safe and your productivity high. Learn more and and request a quote.
Designing an efficient parking lot layout is a delicate balance between maximizing your space and providing your customers with a safe environment in which they can drive, park and walk. And in order to do this, business owners must consider a variety of factors, such as planning, safety and legal requirements.
The cart corrals and other parking lot equipment and supplies from McCue are designed for functionality and appearance. Our parking lot products make it easier for your employees to gather carts and ensure your customers feel safe, all while maintaining a welcoming look.
The standards that the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) sets for warehouse racking are intended to foster a safe working environment. Improper racking, stacking and shelving can be a huge liability for your company if it leads to an accident. If your warehouse does not comply with OSHA regulations, you may risk receiving a fine—or worse.
Forklifts, pallet jacks and other mobile equipment make material handling easier and more efficient for employees of factories, warehouses and distribution centers. But when not utilized properly, this heavy machinery can also put the safety of material handling in jeopardy.
There are worse hazards at the grocery store than the junk food aisle. The truth is, there are real dangers that need to be considered. Grocery store operators should discuss the following safety topics to protect the welfare of customers and employees alike.
Grocery store safety should be a top concern for operators and managers. Supermarkets can pose several hazards for customers and workers. Learn how to keep them safe from the most common types of injuries in grocery stores.
A successful retail store is a safe retail store. The best strategy for keeping your business, employees and customers protected is executing a comprehensive safety plan. These common-sense retail safety tips will help keep your retail business safe from a variety of hazards.
The four most common reasons for retail loss are shoplifting, employee theft, emergency situations and negligence. Check out these 12 easy retail loss prevention tips to see what preventive measures you can take to protect your business from profit loss.