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What's Next for Loading Dock and Warehouse Technology?

What's Next for Loading Dock and Warehouse Technology?
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What's Next for Loading Dock and Warehouse Technology?


Implementing the Latest Technology Can Help

Increase Facility Safety 

When accidents occur at the loading dock or inside a facility, it can lead to damaged product and equipment along with costly workplace injuries. However, ongoing improvements in loading dock equipment, warehouse technology and communication systems have elevated industrial facilities from a relatively low-tech space to a safer, easier workplace for employees. Implementing the latest systems, from hazard communication to IIoT platforms, can help communicate and prevent many loading dock and warehouse accidents. Some of the most common areas of concern include:

· Outside the facility at the loading dock
· Inside the facility during loading and unloading of trailers
· Blind corners and busy intersections inside the plant
· Behind open or closed doors

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Loading Dock Communication

Help Prevent 40 Minutes of Lost Productivity per Day

Recently, 48% of employees said that confusing direction led to 40 minutes of lost productivity per day. Clear communication sets the foundation for a confident workforce. From basic traffic-style light communication to motion-activated audible and visual alarms, Rite-Hite helps promote productivity and safety in-plant and at the loading dock. Learn more

GUI

Graphic User Interface Helps Increase Safety

Rite-Hite sets the standard for safety with the industry's only 7" LCD touch screen Graphic User Interface. It provides a door operator increased safety by allowing an individual to access the control box setting without wearing the necessary PPE often required for accessing a live electrical panel. Watch Video.

Safe-T-Signal®

Alert Workers at Blind Corners and Busy Intersections

The Safe-T-Signal® Warning System helps prevent accidents where people and fork trucks share the same space and cross paths in your facility. The use of a ceiling-mounted system detects oncoming traffic and communicates using high-visibility LED lights in the shape of traffic symbols; including a blue LED light on the floor. Learn more.

 
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NEW PODCAST: RITE FROM THE SOURCE

We've gathered our industry experts to bring you the latest information on all things material handling! From safety and security at the loading dock to energy savings and environmental control inside your facility, and everything in between, we cover it all! Each episode, released monthly, is loaded with helpful industry information.

AVAILABLE NOW! EPISODE 9

Fabric Washdown Curtain Walls in Food Facilities

· Clean standards in the food industry
· How fabric walls provide advantages for facilities
· How curtain walls can be used at the loading dock

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