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Store pallets in racks

Securely stack or load products and goods on pallets in racks, unless the rack is specifically designed for alternative storage. Ensure the load adheres to the weight limit indicated on the capacity sign, and use pallets of appropriate quality and design for storage. Do not use damaged pallets, as this can lead to equipment damage and pose risks to individuals nearby. Additionally, ensure pallet dimensions do not hinder handling space. Refer below for characteristics that may impact pallet placement
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Handling pallets

Products and goods should be stacked or loaded securely on a pallet when stored in the rack unless the rack is designed for alternative storage. The load must not exceed the weight specified on the load capacity sign, and the pallet used for storage in the storage equipment should be of suitable quality and design. If the pallet is damaged, it should not be used for storage in the storage equipment, as this can cause damage to the storage equipment or pose a danger to individuals working near the rack. To handle the goods placed on the pallet, the dimensions of the pallet should not negatively impact the handling space. See below for examples of characteristics that adversely affect the placement of the pallet

Use of Weak Pallets

When using pallets that are not sufficiently strong, such as one-time-use pallets, to be placed on load beams or rails, measures need to be taken. Examples of adjustments that can be made for approved storage of goods on one-time-use pallets include using half-pallet inserts or other additional support inserts. The use of load decks to create a supporting shelf also establishes approved storage for weak pallets. A third option is to use a slave pallet as support for the weak pallet.

Handling of Loads

Pallets or other types of load carriers should be handled carefully with suitable equipment by trained personnel. As mentioned above, it is important to ensure that the load does not exceed the specified limit on the load capacity sign. Training, practice, and supervision are required for proper placement of pallets in storage equipment to minimize the risk of accidents. Incorrect loading can expose the storage equipment to uncontrollable forces, such as dragging pallets on the beams during loading or improper use of the penetration protection.