OSHA Battery Compliance Tips

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Get Your Industrial Battery Care In OSHA Compliance Today

Material handling equipment that is powered by industrial batteries produce less emissions than gas powered units and in most cases no emissions. Zero emissions however, does not mean zero hazards or dangers. Safe battery care procedures must be followed to reduce the chance of injury, damage or death when charging and servicing industrial batteries such as those used in forklifts and other material handling equipment.

Electric forklifts and material handling equipment are generally powered by large-lead acid batteries, which require routine charging and service. As a safety precaution OSHA requires that a specific area or room be designated for the sole purpose of battery charging and servicing.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Forklift Battery Care

Typically, in a single shift working environment using electric lift trucks that charge their lift truck batteries only once a day, companies can expect their forklift battery to last five years on average. It is possible to extend the life of your batteries with proper battery care and maintenance. Not following these general tips can drastically lower your lift truck battery’s useful life.

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SSE Got Powered Up At ProMat 2017

Southern States Enterprises representatives were elated to attend ProMat 2017 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois last week. ProMat is the premier showcase for material handling, supply chain, and logistics solution specialists and manufactures in North America. The show had a record number of 900 industry leading material handling and logistic providers exhibiting this year.

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