2019 Holiday Gift Guide For Your Warehouse

2019 Holiday Gift Guide For Your Warehouse

1. Rack Guards –  Designed to set up quickly and easily to protect the corners of machinery, buildings, and offices with 90 degree bend to fit snugly around corners providing the ultimate protection against lift trucks or other mobile equipment.


2. Safety Rails & Guards – Safety railing greatly improves facility safety and efficiency by reducing costs associated with employee injury, machinery downtime, and building repairs due to accidental collisions.


3. Floor Tape & Floor Markings – Industry leading patented floor tape to help you spend more time on value added actions – producing, receiving, and shipping materials and less time on non-value added activities such as painting floor lines.


4. Storage Bins and Systems – Keep parts organized and readily accessible enabling you to identify parts quickly reducing downtime. High density, pick rack systems, and many more available to suit your business.


5. Annual ANSI Aerial Work Platform Inspections – Aerial work platform equipment inspections must be done 13 months after the previous inspection annually. Book your inspection today to stay in compliance and avoid costly fees.


6. Forklift Forks – “Just like Bubba in Forest Gump knows everything there is to know about the shrimping business, there is a lot to know about forklift forks. You can lift with them, sideshift them, fork position them, and even rotate them. Not to mention there are a variety of sizes, classes, and mounting types to choose from.” Fork Types From A to Z toyotaforklift.com


7. Forklift Tires  Are you like most, wondering what type of tires you need for your forklift? What if you don’t know when to replace your forklift tires? There are critical factors that could save you and your company a great deal of time and money when buying and having the right tires put on your lift trucks.

Aerial Work Platform Inspections

Aerial work platform inspections must be done 13 months after the previous inspection annually.

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has standards for owning and operating aerial work platforms.

ANSI/SIA A92.6 & A92.5 section 6.7; “The owner of an aerial platform shall ensure that an annual inspection is performed on the aerial platform no later than thirteen (13) months from the date of the prior annual inspection. The inspection shall be made by a person(s) qualified as a mechanic on the specific type of aerial platform or one having similar design characteristics. The inspection shall be in accordance with items specified by the manufacturer for an annual inspection. The owner shall not place the aerial platform into service until all malfunctions and problems have been corrected.”

What is to be inspected annually, you might ask? See the limited list below and note that inspections of all equipment should be performed and documented daily.

Operational inspections include/not limited to:

  • Lift, drive and emergency controls
  • Horn
  • Parking brake
  • Battery charger
  • Limit switches
  • Other safety devices
  • And more!

Visual Inspections include/not limited to:

  • Damaged, worn or missing parts
  • Leaks
  • Tires
  • Railings
  • Entry gates or chains
  • Loose pins or hardware
  • Structural damage
  • And more!

Southeast Industrial Equipment offers Aerial Work Platform inspections service according to ANSI guidelines utilizing our certified equipment specialists to help you avoid costly fines due to non-compliance. Upon completion of necessary repairs or preventative maintenance, SIE will issue certification. We have 10 locations throughout the southeast with full working shops, over 150+ certified technicians and a fleet of service vans ready to come to your facility. Keeping the headache of annual inspections as convenient as possible.

To learn more about ANSI Certified Annual Inspections for your aerial lift visit www.ansi.org and read the OSHA Aerial Lift Fact Sheet >


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