Low Risk, High Productivity

Warehouse Safety Evaluation

People – Equipment – Workflow

Proper Pedestrian Safety Precautions

Pedestrian walkways are important for warehouse safety because they help to keep people away from areas where forklifts and other vehicles are operating. They also help to create a clear path for people to walk so that they are less likely to trip or fall.

Evaluating the safety of your warehouse should be at the top of your list of priorities. Unfortunately, accidents happen, and when they do, they can have devastating consequences – both financially and emotionally. No one wants to be responsible for an accident, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start when it comes to making your warehouse safe.

HCO Innovations provides thorough evaluations of your pedestrian safety walkway separation and provides recommendations for improvement.

Protect your employees and property

Signage & Precautions

HCO will consult on properly outfitting your warehouse to all industry and safety standards. Proper signage is paramount to accident prevention and an efficient and safe warehouse materials and vehicle work space.

Liabilities & Risks

Not only are accidents dangerous for employees and the health of your fleet, but they can be stifling to a growing business as well. Proper safety plans and guidelines leads to a more risk averse organization.

Safer Employees

Your business is only as good as its employees, and its well-known that employees operate at a higher pace when they feel safe and protected. We’ll increase the safety of your employees.

While the efficiency and productivity increases guaranteed by HCO Innovations are paramount to business success, every materials handling fleet must prioritize safety first and foremost not only to protect your valuable employees and staff, but also to minimize and mitigate risk as much as possible.

Drivers should pass all routine checks for driving materials handling vehicles: no uncorrectable vision issues or hearing loss, no severe physical impairments that could prevent safe operation of a lift truck, no neurological disorders or medications that may affect vision, perception or physical ability.

It's Forklift Safety Month!

Did you know that over 35,000 injuries occur every year involving forklifts -- 70% of which could have been prevented according to OSHA.

June 13th is National Forklift Safety Day and provides an opportunity to highlight the importance of forklift safety and promote best practices in the workplace. It's a chance to remind everyone of the risks associated with forklift operation and to encourage them to take steps to prevent accidents and injuries.

Unfortunately, accidents happen, and they can have devastating consequences - both financially and emotionally. As warehouse experts across numerous industries, HCO can perform a comprehensive evaluation of your existing operations and provide impactful recommendations for risk mitigation.

Don’t wait until an accident happens. Schedule your safety assessment today.