Whether you’re in the warehouse, manufacturing, home building or lumber, you’ve got a job to do and a little (or a lot of) snow can’t get in the way. Winter brings additional challenges when it comes to inclement weather. Renting snow removal equipment that can handle the job is a great solution for the temporary season of need.
While the holiday music is blaring in the retail stores saying “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” you’re hustling in the warehouse moving and storing the extra products coming and going for the holiday season. In the material handling industry, this may very well be known as the season of stress. For the majority of warehouse and distribution applications, there indefinitely will be an influx in the products that are moved and stored.
The extreme cold temperatures we get here in the Midwest can affect the working conditions of material handling equipment, especially if it is stored outside. How can you keep your equipment in top working condition and protect your investment?
Fairchild Equipment Corporate Safety Manager Marty Schumacher sits down with Rental to talk top safety considerations for business owners, rental safety in winter, and more.