Topics Covered in this PDF Checklist:
- Checking the aisles and floor surfaces
- Checking the stairs, rails and fire exits
- Taking care of materials, equipments and PPE
- Fire prevention and proper air emissions
- Checking the work areas, safety posters and the use of ladders
Other Warehouse Safety Checklists
Warehouse/Wholesale Operations/Trucking Safety by NYSIFNumber of Checklist Tasks: 38 Created by: NYSIF
Worker Safety Series: Warehousing
This informational document was created by OSHA to provide an overview of a particular topic related to OSHA standards. This document listed the common potential hazards in warehouse operations and how it can be prevented. These includes forklift usage, wirings and system designs, exits, hazard communication, materials storage, poor ergonomics, conveyors and more.
How to Establish Warehouse Performance Measures
Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) has produced a document which talked about on setting-up a warehouse performance measures. This document listed ways on how an employer or manager can provide customer satisfaction and cost effectiveness by some level of measurement. It talks about three main factors: customer, employee and financial measures.