Background

  • Pallet wracking should be set up, operated and maintained according to the instructions of the racking manufacturer and be with accordance with AS 4084:2012 - Steel Storage Racking

    It should be designed specifically for the size, shape and weight of the products being used

Beams

  • Are the beams or welds damaged?

  • Are beam connectors or safety clips missing?

  • Have any beams popped out of its upright?

Working Load Limits

  • Are rack load signs displayed?

  • Are the beams overloaded? Weights must comply with the load signs, and not beams rated loading

Certification / Inspection Details

  • Has the racking had its annual check for integrity?

  • When was the check completed?

  • Is the certification / inspection details displayed on the racking?

Uprights and Footplates

  • Are uprights damaged?

  • Are splices in good order?

Out of Plumb

  • Is the racking vertical?

Braces

  • Are racking braces damaged?

    For bracing - the member deviation from a 1m long straight edge in either plane should not exceed 10mm

Floor Fixings

  • Are floor fixings installed?

  • Comments

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