Safety Factors Critical to Warehouse Workers
Supply Chain, Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety 2018/19 – Released
ASCI Members will receive their free Supply Chain, Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety 2018/19 this week
Warehouses can be dangerous and hazardous places to work in. Storage areas in any warehouse and manufacturing environment are usually high-density work areas with a number of potential hazards. Therefore taking the correct precautions to ensure safety within the warehouse is crucial to the health and safety of workers.
The recent release of the Augmented Reality (AR) Supply Chain, Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety by Pro-Visual Publishing in partnership with Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI); Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA), and The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), provides workers with up-to-date and relevant safety information with the aim of reducing workplace fatality and deaths.
The main topics on this Guide includes:
· Chain of Responsibility
· Traffic Management
· Developing a Safety Management System
· Load Management & Pallet Racking Compliance
· Drugs & Alcohol Policy
The AR element of this year’s Guide adds a dynamic and interactive experience for workers. By simply downloading the free Pro-Vis AR app, users can scan over any AR capable content to view further safety resources straight to their smart device.
“I would like to thank all of the sponsors of the Supply Chain, Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety 2019. Their support has made it possible for the Guide to be distributed free of charge.”
– John Hutchings, CEO, Pro-Visual Publishing.
Pro-Visual Publishing is the leading specialist in wall-mounted workplace health & safety, food safety & hygiene, and wellbeing information resource guides. Each guide is practical and informative, providing a quick reference point for management and staff. Pro-Visual Publishing’s guides are vital resources to ensure workers return home exactly the way they came to work.
For media enquiries or images please contact Deanna Davenport at Pro-Visual Publishing on (02) 8272 2611 or firstname.lastname@example.org