STORAGE RACK INSPECTIONS

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ARE THEY NECESSARY?

A wide variety of pallet racks for specific types of applications are sold on today's market. Since the construction of pallet racks is not regulated, their quality varies greatly. In fact, while some manufacturers, distributors, or installers provide excellent quality products and services, others have a tendency to offer their customer cost-effective racks, which can jeopardize quality and safety.

Pallet racking poses a danger for users, including the workers themselves and anyone else who happens to be nearby. When they collapse, they can cause accidents, serious injuries, or even death.

HOW WE CAN HELP!

We not only provide and design storage rack systems, but we also provide professional, effective, and detail-oriented storage rack inspections to existing rack systems. With an immense amount of experience and national certifications, the inspectors at PHI have a keen eye for identifying threatening damage in even the most complex rack systems.

Basic Rack

Inspection

(Know where you stand)

A basic rack inspection is commonly used in facilities where rack inspections are done on a routine basis. This inspection is a more cost-effective way of gaining an idea of the current condition of your facility.

A "Basic Rack Inspection" includes:

  1. Facility walk-through​

  2. Pricing to replace damaged and/or under-rated rack components.

  3. Installation pricing, including removal and replacement of damaged or under-rated rack components.

PROGRESSIVE HANDLING

INSPECTION OPTIONS:

Damage Safety

Inspection

(Make sure you're covered)

A damage safety inspection is what the Rack Manufacturing Institute (RMI) and OSHA will request for assessing rack system damage and safety. This inspection is a more in-depth version of the "Basic Rack Inspection," commonly used when a considerable amount of time has passed since a previous inspection.

A "Damage Safety Inspection" includes:

  1. Facility walk-through​ using (2) inspectors

  2. Storage system drawing to correspond with damage inspection sheets

  3. Pricing for replacement of damaged and/or under-rated components.

  4. Installation pricing, including removal and replacement of damaged and/or under-rated rack components

  5. Safety inspection damage report, listing the damage component's level of damage

  6. Final safety inspection showing a comparison of damaged vs. good componenst.

Damage Safety Engineering Inspection

(To the last detail)

A damage safety inspection is what the Rack Manufacturing Institute (RMI) and OSHA will request for assessing rack system damage and safety. This inspection gives you a fully engineered rack system report, identifying damaged components and their locations in your facility.

A "Damage Safety Engineering Inspection" includes:

  1. Facility walk-through​ using (2) inspectors

  2. Storage system drawing to correspond with damage inspection sheets

  3. Spreadsheet report of all system components and their specifications.

  4. Pricing for replacement of damaged and/or under-rated components.

  5. Installation pricing, including removal and replacement of damaged and/or under-rated rack components

  6. List of components and their level of damage based on their application

  7. Safety inspection damage report, listing the damage component's level of damage

  8. Final safety inspection showing a comparison of damaged vs. good componenst.

PROGRESSIVE

HANDLING INC.