Warehouses and manufacturing plants are hazard zones for pedestrian and forklift traffic. According to OSHA.gov, and the US Department of Labor, it is the Employers responsibility to provide a workplace free from serious recognized hazards and to comply with with standards, rules and regulations issued under the OSH act.   To comply, employers should examine workplace conditions to make sure they conform to OSHA standards.

Some ways of compliance can include posters, color coded areas, labels and signs to warn employees of potential hazards.

Rite-Hite’s award winning Safe-T-Signal™ Warning System helps Employers comply with OSHA standards by detecting traffic from all directions. This LED communication signal prevents accidents where people and material handling equipment share the same space at industrial facilities.

How does the Safe-T-Signal™ Warning System work?

The Safe-T-Signal Warning System detects traffic from all directions and communicates with high-visibility traffic control LED symbols to the oncoming traffic. 

If traffic is detected approaching from one direction, then an amber LED yield signal is presented to the other directions. When traffic is detected from two or more directions then a red LED stop signal will be presented to the approaching traffic and a blue LED light will illuminate on the floor; directions with no detected traffic will be presented with an amber LED signal

The Rite-Hite Safe-T-Signal™ Warning System is perfect for blind corners and busy intersections at any warehouse.

  • Adjustable zone sensitivity
  • Actively detects oncoming traffic
  • High Visibility LED Signals
  • Easy to install
  • Configure for 2-way, 3-way or 4-way traffic

To read more on OSHA standards, visit https://www.osha.gov/as/opa/worker/employer-responsibility.html.

Other Pedestrian Solutions at the Loading Dock:

  • Approach Vu Sensors
  • LockVu Cameras and Display
  • Corner Vu
  • Leveler Vu
  • Pedestrian Vu

Contact our safety experts today to discuss any or all of these safety options – 1-800-837-8020 or info@appliedhandling.com.

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