SHS Handling Solutions News

  • How to Keep Your Warehouse Safe & Productive

    As a warehouse manager, what is the most critical factor for you, safety or productivity? Well, the obvious answer is both, isn’t it? However, some warehouse managers often mistake the two as mutually exclusive and forgo even the most basic ... Read More

  • Preparing Your Supply Chain For The Festive Period

    To those of you who aren’t initiates in the world of the supply chain, you’re probably thinking: Christmas is (at the time of writing) 109 days away, why panic? But professionals in the logistics arena know all too well that this time of yea ... Read More

  • How To Calculate LTIFR

    Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) is a valuable tool used by many companies to effectively measure how safe their workplace is or to see the efficiency of newly implemented safety schemes. Lost time injuries are injuries which have occurred in ... Read More

  • New and Emerging Risks for Workplaces

    In late 2014, the EU-Occupational Safety and Health Agency bought out some statistics based on a survey they conducted using data collected from workplaces in 36 European countries. The survey focuses on health and safety in establishments when it comes to new and emerging risks, including physical and psychosocial risks – an area that is often omitted from surveys. Continue reading

  • Pallet Truck Safety Tips – Loading and Unloading

    It is important when using pallet trucks that you keep everyone safe through out the operation which is why at SHS Handling we have come up with these simple to follow tips and advice.

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  • The Hazards of Manual Handling

    We have put together an infographic based  on the hazards of manual handling and how injuries caused by handling have affected those involved. These statistics have been drawn from HSE's 2013-2014 report and show how common handling injuries are, how they have affected companies, and what industries have the most reported handling-based accidents in the workplace
  • The Importance of Effective Safety in the Brewing Industry

    The currently growing number of breweries means greater benefits for wheat farmers and oak producers, and more jobs for the general public. The downside to this, however, is that this means there increased chances of brewery mishaps.

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