WHY CHOOSE DALVIE SYSTEMS FOR YOUR RACKING INSPECTION?
- Our inspectors are SEMA (Storage Equipment Manufacturers Association) approved
- Our inspectors have achieved the SARI qualification
- Our inspectors are experienced in the fields of warehousing and logistics
First of all, a detailed examination of the racking system will take place and any damage will be recorded by location using the SEMA traffic light system. (This system is used for recording risk by ensuring the easy prioritisation of remedial actions.)
The inspection typically looks at:
1) Beams, beam connectors, uprights, bracing members, locking pins, etc.
2) Footplates, securing bolts, column guards.
3) Condition of stored materials and pallets.
4) Floor condition
6) Any other relevant factors relating to specific site conditions
Once all of these areas have been inspected, a summary of damage by item type will then be compiled into a report in order to quote a repair estimation.
In addition to the previous points, the racking inspection will also include:
- Photographs where appropriate
- A review of current internal damage reporting and recording systems
- A review of the damage history with identification of repeat damage and recommended changes to be made (where possible).
- Recommended changes to operating patterns or training if appropriate
- Issue of immediate 'Red Risk' notices during the inspection visit where a seriously damaged equipment is seen. This form of damage requires immediate notice.