Supporting customer safety initiatives and boosting productivity
Technology is revolutionizing supply chains. And while labor challenges, performance targets and other forces are responsible for driving adoption, advanced technologies all have a potential effect on forklift safety. Success requires a partner with expertise in the latest advanced materials handling solutions and a proven commitment to safety.
Yale® Robotics can automate repetitive warehouse tasks and work safely alongside human co-workers. A comprehensive package of laser scanners, sensors, cameras and software enable these robotic solutions to detect, avoid and adapt to obstacles, helping deliver the high levels of safety and productivity your operation demands.
Yale Vision telemetry helps encourage operators to adhere to safety regulations by restricting access to properly trained operators authorized by management, limiting truck performance based on operator experience and automating OSHA pre-shift checklists. The impact detection feature also sends real-time alerts to management, helping identify impact-prone areas of the facility and operators who could use additional training.
Yale offers the industry’s broadest range of lift truck power options, available on our comprehensive line of lift trucks. Whether your challenge is meeting strict regulations for hygiene and air quality, minimizing the risk of repetitive stress injuries or both, the Yale Power Suite team can identify the right source for your operation.
Virtual Reality Training
Warehouses looking to enrich their training portfolio may want to consider virtual reality simulation. While not a substitute for OSHA-mandated hands-on training, the Forklift Simulator™ from Yale can help operators learn accurate equipment response, complete with automated, real-time feedback on their performance, all while working in an immersive and realistic learning experience. Button copy: Explore Simulator Training
Safety Awareness Tips
Enhancing Productivity through Safety
Today’s fast turn, customer satisfaction-driven economy puts more pressure than ever on distribution center employees to meet productivity goals. Tight deadlines and throughput-based incentives may cause operators to overlook safe operating procedures, resulting in costly violations or accidents. This white paper offers a step-by-step approach to building a safe, productive workplace through training, proper maintenance and operator-friendly features.
Social distancing,contact tracing and more
While the COVID-19 pandemic has not come to a close, a new normal is taking hold as businesses figure out how to keep moving while taking steps to mitigate the spread of the virus.
The New Normal
How does getting back to work in the era of COVID-19 work for lift truck operations? From daily operation to service calls, personnel interact with lift trucks in several ways, all of which can risk virus transmission without proper sanitization. Developing and implementing best practices requires drawing on guidance from the CDC and applying it to the unique nature of your facility, including specific equipment used and its applications.