Creating an Efficient E-Commerce Warehouse

Creating an Efficient E-Commerce Warehouse

E-commerce is growing at lightning speed at shows no sign of stopping. Anything customers need, from a loaf of bread to a piece of furniture, can be ordered online and shipped to their door. And warehouses have to react properly to this new reality to work efficiently.

Organizing a warehouse for efficient shipping is very important. You might have to ship out an entire pallet of product to a company or just one piece to an individual. It’s best to divide your warehouse into sections for individuals and companies, with the same types of product in both. That way, you’ll never have a pallet missing one piece for a company and can easily grab one or two products for shipping to an individual. 
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Helping Your Workers Be Safe Drivers

Helping Your Workers Be Safe Drivers

If you’ve got employees who are driving as part of their day-to-day duties, the greatest likelihood is that they’ve been driving for a while now. However, the further removed your drivers are from driving school, the more they’ve probably forgotten about the actual rules of the road.

Here’s a short refresher course for your driving employees to absorb. 
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Keeping Forklifts Safe

The Duty to Care

Even those of us who don’t drive forklifts for a living know how important they are in factories and warehouses all over the world. And while anyone would — and should — approach a forklift with caution and a healthy respect for what it can do, most people probably aren’t aware that every year, more than 20,000 forklift-related injuries occur in the U.S. alone. Not only that, there are countless incidents that involve property damage, including damage to overhead sprinklers, pipes, racks, walls, and machinery.

But it’s actually quite easy to prevent forklift accidents, injuries, and damage if operators follow these tips for keeping forklifts safe. 
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Can Big Data Help Prevent Workers’ Comp Fraud?

  
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