LOOKING FOR STORAGE SOLUTIONS?
You’ve just walked into your warehouse and there’s nowhere to put anything? Or maybe there is, but the shelf is starting to buckle? You need a storage company.
VARIETY OF STORAGE SOLUTIONS TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS
Our specialist offers a wide range of storage equipment and we can help you choose the right one depending on how your storage works. So whether it’s narrow aisle racking to take advantage of that high ceiling, or heavy duty shelving to cope with that heavy product – we’re the storage company for you.
VARIETY OF RACKING SYSTEMS
We offer a variety of storage racking designed to suit a number of different needs. Looking to make use of floor space? Then Drive In Racking may be the answer. Do you want storage racking that’s easily accessible? Then Multi-tier Racking is the one for you. So whatever storage issues you have, we can offer a solution that will make everything simpler.
NARROW AISLE RACKING
- Excellent space utilisation
- No height restrictions
- 100% accessibility
- Cost benefits of access often outweigh the cost of specialist equipment
DRIVE IN RACKING
- Excellent use of floor area
- Ideal for bulk storage
- No specialist equipment required
PUSH BACK RACKING
- Access to all lines from one face
- Good use of floor space
- Stores different pallet types
- Suitable for many product types
- Manual order picking
- Maximises use of height
MULTIPLE SHELVING SYSTEMS
Our specialist has a number of shelving systems that will sort your storage problems today. Whether it’s flexibility, or ease of installation, we can provide shelving that will maximise your storage space and still provide flexibility.
RAISED FLOORING CAN MAKE YOU A NEW WAREHOUSE
Have you just walked into your warehouse and discovered that there’s no more space. Your first instinct might be to make it bigger or build something new altogether. But why not us maximise the space you already have with some raised flooring and save you some money.
TIME TO MOVE IT UP A TIER
We provide mezzanine flooring so you can use that extra airspace and save yourself a ton of money. Depending on how high your building is, there could be at least double your available floor space that is going to waste. It’s time to put that right – it’s time to call us.
Make the most of your ceiling space
For all our mezzanine flooring, call us on 0800 458 8025
BENEFITS OF MEZZANINE FLOORING
- Offices can overlook warehouse operation
- Maximises vertical space
- Hand pick at many levels
- Create offices and rooms without using valuable ground floor area
SAFETY COMES FIRST
Our specialist can supply you with a competitive quotation to carry out your racking safety inspection nationwide by their inhouse SARI inspector, you will recieve a full report highlighting any potential risks that we may find.
Users of storage equipment benefit in a number of ways from using a SEMA Approved Inspector for their regular survey:
* Inspector is trained and assessed to industry standards
* On-going commitment to CPD
* Independent Report
* Identification of red, amber and green risks
* Safety recommendations
The SEMA Approved Inspector Qualification is aimed at individuals who carry out the inspection of storage equipment as a significant part of their duties. To achieve the required standard they must successfully complete a specially designed intensive course, written examination and practical assessment. There is also an on-going commitment to CPD for which inspectors are required to attain a prescribed number of points on an annual basis.
What we examine:
• Frame and beam damage
• Floor fixings
• Beam Safety/Pins
• Pallet positioning
• Load signage
• Correct rack installation
• Weight capacities
• Trucks and goods management
Put your mind at ease
641 In general, racking is manufactured from relatively lightweight materials and, as a consequence, there is a limit to the amount of abuse that it can withstand. The skill of a fork truck operators has a great bearing on the amount of damage likely to be caused. Any damage to racking will reduce its load carrying capacity. The greater the damage the less its strength will be.
642 To ensure that a racking installation continues to be serviceable and safe, the storage equipment should be inspected on a regular basis. the frequency of the inspections depends on a variety of factors that are particular to the site concerned and should be determined by a nominated ‘person responsible for racking safety’ (PRRS) to suit the operating conditions of the warehouse. This will take into account the frequency and method of operation together with the dimensions of the warehouse, the equipment used and personnel involved, all of which could damage the structure. The inspection follows a hierarchical approach using several levels of inspection.
643 As soon as a safety problem or damage is observed by any employee, it should be immediately reported to the PRRS. You should have systems in place for reporting damage and defects.
644 Employees should receive training, information and instruction on the safe operation of the racking system, including the parts affecting their safety and the safety of others.
645 The PRRS should ensure that inspections are made on a weekly or other regular intervals based on risk assessment. A written record should be maintained.
646 A technically competent person should carry out inspections at intervals of not more than 12 months. A written report should be submitted to the PRRS with the observations and proposals for any action necessary.
647 A technically competent person might be a trained specialist within an organisation, a specialist from the rack supplier, or an independent qualified rack inspector.
648 A programme of rack awareness training is run regularly by SEMA to address the issue of visual inspection and a more formal course is run to qualified expert inspectors under the SARI (SEMA approved rack inspector) scheme.
649 Normal rack inspections will be carried out at ground level unless there are indications of problems at high level that need investigating.