A racking inspection is a crucial part of health and safety in the workplace. They are carried out to ensure warehouse pallet racking is safe to use, highlighting any damages or problems with the racking. If left and not addressed properly these issues could lead to serious harm to your employees or cause damage to goods.
It is a national requirement to have a pallet racking inspection annually at the very least, depending on the size of your operation.
If you’ve noticed some of your racking is damaged, book in a racking inspection as soon as possible to minimise the risk of accidents at work. Request a quote.
We provide SEMA approved rack inspections that are conducted by independent racking inspectors, who carry out thorough checks of your warehouse. You then receive a comprehensive report, following the SEMA code of practice, racking damage will be labelled either RED, AMBER, or GREEN risk. The detailed repair work mentioned will help ensure your business continues to be compliant. Get in touch with Dalvie Systems today!
In addition to our rack inspections, we also offer nonmandatory pallet racking repairs designed to restore functionality and enhance the overall durability of your storage infrastructure. Whether it’s fixing damaged beams, reinforcing uprights, or addressing any other structural issues, we have the expertise to quote and handle it all.
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What does a racking inspection involve? First of all, a detailed examination of the racking system will take place on site by a SEMA approved racking inspector. Any damage will be recorded by location using the SEMA traffic light system.
The racking inspection typically looks at:
Once all of these areas have been inspected, a summary of damage by item will be compiled into a report and issued to you.