There are over 360,000 workers at 15,800 warehouse and storage facilities nationwide. OSHA regulates many common work activities in warehouses, including housekeeping, material handling, forklifts, fire protection, electrical safety, personal protective equipment, ladders, slips and falls, and hazardous materials storage and use.

The most common injuries and hazards in warehouses include:

  • Compliance Requirements
  • Training
  • Time Savers
  • Best Practices
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Back Safety Applications Manual for the Revised NIOSH Lifting Equation  National
Housekeeping Are Your Workers Aware of Good Housekeeping in the Warehouse?  National
Back Safety Back Safety (Audio)  National
Back Safety Back Safety (PPT)  National
Forklifts Can a forklift carry a load suspended under the forks? 01/21/2011National
Electrical Safety Can't Touch This! Plug In to These Electrical Safety Tips  National
Hazard Communication Chemical Hazard Communication (Outline)  National
Ergonomics Computer Workstation Exercises (Outline)  National
Material Handling - General Dockboard Do's  National
Material Handling - General Dockboard Do's Quiz  National
Cranes and Slings Does an over head crane operator in General Industry have to wear a hard hat? 04/01/2016National
Material Handling - General Does OSHA regulate shelving and storage racks? 02/25/2016National
Emergency Preparedness Emergency exit routes  National
Electrical Safety Extension Cord Safety (Outline)  National
Electrical Safety Extension cords: Choose the right one  National
Electrical Safety Extension cords: Use them safely  National
Fire Extinguishers Fire Extinguishers  National
Fire Extinguishers Fire Extinguishers (PPT)  National
Fire Prevention Fire prevention for warehouse workers  National
Flammable Liquids Flammable Liquids: Housekeeping practices  National
Foot Protection Foot Protection (Outline)  National
Forklifts For pedestrian safety, how wide does a designated - protected travel path need to be for employee travel paths? What type of stationary protective guards are acceptable to prevent forklifts from hitting pedestrians? 03/08/2016National
Forklifts Forklift & Pedestrian Safety (Outline)  National
Forklifts Forklift & Pedestrian Safety [7-Minute Safety Trainer]  National
Forklifts Forklift (Electric) Inspection Checklist  National
Forklifts Forklift (LP Gas Powered) Daily Checklist (Word)  National
Forklifts Forklift Compliance Checklist (PDF)  National
Forklifts Forklift Operator Plan  National
Forklifts Forklift operator safe practices for traveling, maneuvering, and parking  National
Forklifts Forklift Operator Safety  National
Forklifts Forklifts and Pedestrian Safety (PPT)  National
Forklifts Forklifts: Operating safely around pedestrians  National
Forklifts Forklifts: Tips for inspections  National
Forklifts Forklifts: Tips for safe operations at loading docks  National
Housekeeping Good Housekeeping (PPT)  National
Housekeeping Good Housekeeping Practices (Outline)  National
Material Handling - General Good Safety Practices for Order Pickers (Outline)  National
Material Handling - General Hand Trucks and Dollies (Outline)  National
Head Protection Hard Facts on Hard Hats (Outline)  National
Head Protection Hard Hat Do's and Dont's (PDF)  National
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