Toyota’s patented System of Active Stability, or SAS, consists of a unique set of sensors and response mechanisms that automatically detect signs of load or truck instability and implement corrective
In an earlier post, we discussed the dangers employees face when their jobs require awkward postures or repetitive awkward motions that take place during the course of an eight-hour shift.
As an experienced materials handling manager, you recognize the importance of employee safety. You already know that keeping your employees protected from injury, illness, slips and falls, and repetitive stress
Musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, are a common result of repetitive actions, poor posture, and sustained activities that contribute to physical problems, like sitting, reaching, or standing. These harmful motions and
Even in the safest, cleanest, most well-lit and well-ventilated workplace, hidden hazards to worker safety can still generate preventable forms of illness and injury. And one of the most damaging
When you invest in your organization, you do your research first to make sure that every dollar and every hour you spend comes back to you. You keep your staffing