We want to reassure you that we remain fully operational and available. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from public health officials so we can continue to support our customers and communities. We understand that the impact of COVID-19 has affected all of us in some way.
During these tough times it may be a good time to have your warehouses inspected for rack damages as you may have limited people working in your warehouses and it makes it easier for you and us to work through these rack inspections.
Performing rack safety inspections is a very important task to protect your employees, your racking system, and your valuable assets that are housed in yourwarehouse. When we perform rack inspections, we have all the necessary safety equipment such as glasses, steel toe boots, ear plugs, safety vests, etc. As added safety during these times we will be wearing N-95 masks and rubber gloves during any rack inspections.
What kind of information do we need to give you a price for a rack safety inspections:
- Square footage of racked warehouse
- Height of Frames
- Number of beam levels approx.
- If you had a layout drawing that would be even better
Please send us the above information and we will get back to you promptly with a price for your rack inspection which includes full comprehensive report of our findings including all expenses. We can also provide costs to fix any damages, including materials, freight and installation and assist in any engineering calculations to meet code.
Please check out our link here for more detailed information https://1stoprackservices.com/warehouse-services/pallet-rack-safety-inspection/
All the above procedures will be the same for all visits to our customers moving forward.
As we move ahead through these unprecedented times, please note that the 1Stop team is here to help support our partners and customers in any way that we can. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help assist you.
We convey our solidarity and hope that everyone remains safe.