In the industrial spaces where high-density storage performs the greatest service – warehouses, off-site storage facilities and the like – all business must be built from the foundation of safety.
While the latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports indicate the rates of fatal and non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses in the private sector are decreasing, facilities managers and site supervisors can’t let their guards down. After all, any number higher than zero is not worth celebrating.
Safety should always be a chief concern among business leaders.
Protecting employees from accidents in the workplace is not only the right thing to do morally, it’s one of the most cost-effective commitments an employer can make. According to research from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, American businesses spend an estimated $1 billion every week on workers’ compensation payments alone. Yikes! That can’t be good for the company checkbook or a brand’s reputation.
The human body is a well-oiled machine, a model for how you’d like your pharmaceutical company to operate. Meanwhile, to run like a clockwork, you first have to find the perfect balance for storing supplies and products in an efficient way.
The legal cannabis industry has taken root across the U.S. as this once black-market drug has gained national recognition for its medicinal and recreational uses.
Business has been booming for The Grove, a medical marijuana dispensary just outside the Las Vegas strip. While many of its successes can be attributed to its attention to growing plants naturally and sustainably, The Grove sought to enhance its use of space to deliver even greater efficiency.
A hospital can only run competently if all its separate parts function in harmony by utilizing all available assets and putting them toward continued care. Storage might not be as important to a patient’s health as an x-ray machine or a heart monitor, but support from shelving systems can assist medical providers and allow them to perform their tasks with acuity. Check out how customizable shelving improves four different storage issues every hospital contends with:
Eating brings people together. Every day, families and friends all around the world sit down together and break bread. It’s not just a cultural identifier, but a hallmark of humanity.
But where there’s food, there can also be complications. Preparation requires a keen mind, proper measuring tools, adequate cooking equipment and a full pantry. This is especially true for organizations serving meals to a large number of hungry patrons. With so many moving parts, a single loose end can make a whole food service operation crumble like a souffle. Mobile shelving systems powered by Mobilex technology rewrite the recipe card for what makes any kitchen run efficiently.
A dentists office gives many people the heebie-jeebies, especially children almost ready for their first pair of braces or teenagers panicking over their impacted wisdom teeth. Merely saying the words “root canal” out loud can send grown adults cowering for cover.