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Things to Consider when Purchasing Work Platforms

So you’ve established the need for a work platform in your facility. The next step is to identify what that need looks like and ultimately what the function of the platform will be. For example, your new solution may need to provide ergonomic support, a non-slip surface, anti-fatigue flooring, etc. …

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How To Create Social Distancing Workstations in a Warehouse

As we head back to work, normal processes that used to suffice will need to change. Employers must continue to explore ways to ensure safety, maintain productive processes, and remember that workplace safety goes beyond social distancing after a pandemic….

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Chemical Resistance

Although there are many factors that can affect chemical resistance, DuraShelf® remains the heavy-duty, non-corrosive solution our customers have grown to trust. Download our chemical resistance chart to determine what chemicals are compatible with DuraShelf storage solutions. …

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Solutions for Temporary Operations

Temporary Operations require the ability to design flexible solutions to meet the work needs on the go. Our no-tool assembly storage, flooring, and workbench solutions are perfect for temporary workspaces or field offices. View or download our product flyers below….

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Let’s Talk Panels: Grid vs Solid

Many of our solutions come with a choice of a grid or solid top panel. Both options have their own benefits and it’s important to be informed in order to make the right decision. Let’s take a look at some of the key benefactors of each panel style….

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Organizing a Chemical Closet

What does your chemical storage solution look like? Storing chemicals off the ground and utilizing heavy-duty shelving such as DuraShelf®, adds a level of organization, efficiency, and ensures employee safety. However, shelving alone is often not enough to achieve these things. Let’s take a look at three strategies for organizing a chemical closet effectively….

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Chemical Storage 101

If you work with chemicals in your facility, then you understand the importance of planned protocol in regards to the storage and handling of these potentially harmful substances. Let’s take a closer look at what containment is and what it means for your storage. …

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OSHA Color Codes for Chemical Storage

Many chemicals can look or even smell the same, and it is dangerous to guess what the contents of a container might be. That is why OSHA, EPA, and DOT all have requirements labeling containers.

Containment Trays can establish another form of labeling for our 24-inch wide DuraShelf® units. With 5 tray colors available, you can clearly mark shelves with OSHA certified color codes to keep chemicals organized, employees safe, and most importantly prevent cross-contamination between shelves….

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