Sacramento Rack and Shelving is the area's Master Distributor for Little Giant products and the leading source for new innovative material handling solutions. Can't find the right product? Custom design assistance is available.
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Need a Super Heavy-Duty Rack?
Mobile Rack - Overall size 24"D x 78"W x 67"H
3 shelf levels 24"x72" clear span with premium Decked Out 50 premium slotted shelf panels.
Heavy duty 5"x2" polyurethane castes, 2 swivel and 2 rigid.
Capacity: 3,000 lbs. COMPLETE AS SHOWN: $460.00
Inspired by "Bentley" shown here relaxing at the Material Handling Systems, Inc. offices.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 10, 2018
Supply Chain, Operations and Logistics Visionary Chad Pruett joins Material Handling Systems, Inc. after extensive experience managing facility and asset management, operations, logistics, culture change, employee safety and engagement. Chad's beginning-to-end customer focused mindset: NOTHING LESS THAN BEST IN CLASS RESULTS ARE ACCEPTABLE.
"Chad brings to all of his activities an eagerness to learn, energy, enthusiasm, and commitment. This is to be expected in any successful member of an entrepreneurial organization, and in this regard, Chad was a valuable member of the team and a steady and mature influence on our executive committee."
-- Nestle Waters of North America
Chad will be working out of the Sacramento, CA Corporate office of Material Handling Systems, Inc. working with Sacramento Rack and Shelving and Sacramento Forklift.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
June 1, 2018
Seasoned industry professional Mark Munsinger joins Material Handling Systems, Inc. after 17 years at Grainger. Mark will be the Lead Allied Sales Specialist working out of the Sacramento, CA Corporate office of Material Handling Systems, Inc. representing Sacramento Rack and Shelving and Sacramento Forklift.
In order to safely and properly handle and store hazardous materials, it is important to know the hazards of those materials. In a warehouse, there can be any number of hazardous materials that may be stored. They are generally assigned to one or more of the following classifications.
BY MARTIN MURRAY - Updated April 29, 2018Safety in American warehouses is regulated by a series of standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, commonly known as OHSA. The US Congress created OSHA under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, which was signed into law by President Nixon on December 29, 1970.
The main focus of OSHA is to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths. Since the administration began, occupational deaths have been cut by 62 percent and injuries have declined by 42 percent. However, the fatal injury rate for the warehousing industry is higher than the national average for all industries.
At a federal level, OHSA inspects about 40,000 facilities per year, while the 26 state operated OHSA organizations inspect another 60,000. OHSA can issue citations which result in financial penalties up to $7,000 for non-serious violations but can rise to $70,000 for repeat offenders.
OSHA’s Top 10 Warehouse CitationsOSHA issues many publications on safety issues in a warehouse and the solutions that can be adopted by businesses to reduce accidents and minimize injury.
The list below is their top 10 areas for which they issue citations.
ForkliftsForklifts can be dangerous. OSHA records about 100 warehouse employees are killed and 95,000 injured every year in forklift accidents while operating forklifts. The majority of fatalities are caused by forklift turnovers.
Being crushed between a forklift and another surface is the second highest percentage, followed by getting struck a forklift and then getting hit by falling material from a dropped load.
OHSA issue guidelines on forklift operation including the following: