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RFID Forklift Safety

Improve Forklift Safety Standards in Your Warehouse

3 Steps to improve Forklift Safety:
1.) An RFID reader
2.) Associated RFID tags
3.) Warning light system

Forklift operators have a lot to pay attention to. They need to lift heavy loads without dropping them, navigate narrow aisles, avoid obstacles, and they have to do it all quickly. The problem is; forklifts are notoriously known to be hard to have a clear view from the driver’s seat. Large boxes can block the front, the driver relies on little mirrors to see out the back, and the whole design is built with blind spots.

 

By implementing this forklift safety solution, the warning light will activate every time your forklift nears a corner–warning other employees that a forklift is in the area and to use caution.

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Components of RFID Forklift Safety

  • User adjustable range

  • LED strobe or a rotating beacon

  • Sirens

  • Stand-alone or network versions

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AB&R®’s Solution Process

Phase I | System Design

During this phase our experts will:

Visit your location to learn more about your specific business requirements and conduct a professional site survey. Test various hardware and tags/labels to identify those that will provide you with your desired outcome. Upon completion of a site survey, we will develop and deliver a comprehensive Solutions Requirement Design Study (SRDS) document that details our recommendations for the best products and services that address your specific requirements.

Phase II | Qualification Pilot

This phase includes the following:

Acquisition of selected equipment, software, supplies and services (as appropriate). Installation, operation and the collection of performance qualification data for the recommended solution.

Phase III | Implementation

Our final phase includes:

Installation, documentation, training and ongoing testing and performance evaluations of your equipment, software, and services into your production environment. Quarterly Business Review meetings to discuss progress to date, outstanding issues that may need further assistance, and ways to further maximize your return on investment.