All posts tagged Supply Chain Safety

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: Working to Improve Worker Safety and Productivity

Article from MHI Solutions Magazine Since 1933, the Monorail Manufacturers Association (MMA) has been promoting the advantages and safe use of patented and enclosed track underhung crane and monorail systems. The independent incorporated trade association, affiliated with MHI, has actively […]

The Real Impact Of Poor Ergonomics, By The Numbers

by MHI Industry Group, Ergonomics and Safety Did you know that U.S. companies spend $94 billion on workers’ compensation costs annually? It’s a shockingly large number. However, the good news is that — as a general trend — this number […]

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New Infographic From CMAA Highlights Performance, Safety Benefits Of Overhead Cranes

By MHI Industry Group, Overhead Alliance A newly published quick reference infographic from the Crane Manufacturers Association of America (CMAA), offers an overview of the different available types of industrial overhead material handling cranes. It also details the benefits delivered […]

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Training, Certification Programs Keep Overhead Lifting Environments Safe While Maximizing Uptime

By MHI Industry Group, Overhead Alliance To ensure the safest and most productive working environment, ongoing training on proper use of all equipment is a must. The same rule applies to overhead handling systems. Employees who are properly trained and […]

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Why It’s Safest To Work With A Qualified Rack Engineer

by MHI Industry Group, RMI (Rack Manufacturing Institute) Throughout RMI’s two published guidelines—Considerations for the Planning and Use of Industrial Steel Storage Racks and Guideline for the Assessment and Repair or Replacement of Damaged Rack—repeated references are made about the […]

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Improving the Safety and Efficiency of Your Loading Dock

A loading dock that’s tailored for your unique business can be a huge contributor to your productivity, but choosing the wrong equipment can result in a loading dock that is a major bottleneck and safety hazard. According to the Bureau […]

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