Rack Inspection

Rack Inspection

Most Insurance companies require a Pallet Rack Inspection be conducted no less than once a year as required by RMI. US Industrial Corp are trained experts who can identify safety concerns, damaged material or incorrectly installed material.

Warehouse owners, managers and equipment operators rely on pallet racks to secure heavy loads. Seeing use in both commercial and industrial applications, racking systems organize facilities for the safe navigation of forklifts and other machinery. Pallet racks are heavy-duty, but it is crucial to monitor the condition of these multi-level units to protect employees and products from accidents. Catching any issues or damage early is essential to limiting danger in facilities. Having US Industrial conduct a Rack Inspection in your warehouse will give you the peace of mind.

US Industrial Corp performs structural audits and inspections to ensure your warehouse equipment is in working order. Our team designs custom storage systems and can recommend appropriate actions to correct pallet damage as soon as possible. Whether we spot overloaded racks, signs of corrosion or incorrectly installed material, our professionals provide solutions that are specific to your facility.

Why Racking Inspections?

Pallet racks are vital to your picking and shipping operations. Employees interact with these structures daily to relocate orders and stack loads for extended periods of time. You should have a professional visit your site routinely to assess structures for wear and tear, such as dents in beams or leaning uprights.

Insurance Company’s are starting to require yearly inspections as recommended by RMI & Osha

Staying proactive with pallet rack maintenance is a cost-effective way to manage your inventory and investments. The sooner you detect an imperfection on a pallet rack, the easier it is to avoid a collapse.

US Industrial Corp Pallet Racking Inspections and Audits

Working with US Industrial Corp for a racking inspection keeps you up-to-date with the local codes and regulations of your area. Our services are more than just a casual walkthrough. We pay close attention to weight capacities, pallet materials (wood or plastic) and the dimensions of your system to appraise its overall condition. We understand that storage requirements for each of our customers are different, so our professionals will suggest areas of improvement according to the duration and sensitivity of your storage.

Routine annual rack inspections and audits allow our team to gauge the life expectancy of all pallet racking currently in use.

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What Do We Look for During Pallet Racking Audits?

One of our experts will walk you through our inspection process as we analyze your facility using an auditing checklist. The placement of your pallet racking is just as important as the condition of system parts. The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) does not have racking-specific guidelines, but your installations must abide by their general requirements for storage.

We focus our attention on the following areas during audits:

  • Proximity of storage to fire sprinklers
  • Interference with docking doors
  • Location of HVAC vents (if applicable)
  • Placement of racking and lighting fixtures
  • Clearance from ceiling
  • If material was installed correctly

Contact Pallet Racking Inspectors at US Industrial Corp

US Industrial Corp is dedicated to supplying our customers with custom racking designs for warehouse organization. We’re not like used car salesmen, focused on making a profit. Instead, we take the time to see projects through from beginning to end with an experienced team of engineers by your side.

Our experts help you expand into new opportunities, as our solutions drastically increase storage and workspaces for securing your product inventory. For additional information about racking inspections and audits, give us a call at 888-995-7225 or submit a contact form with questions and inquiries today.

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