The start of a new year is a perfect time to check your entire operation for equipment that needs replacement, repair or relocation. Equipment and processes that require power, data and signal can potentially benefit from retractable cord reel solutions, driving efficiency and safety improvements.
The Organized Assembly Station: Leveraging Retractable Cord Reels
The importance of organization in an assembly operation can’t be overstated. Organized workstations increase efficiency and safety. Retractable cord reels are a great way to keep cabling for power, data and signal neatly stored when not in use, and easily accessible when required.
Avoiding OSHA Fines and Keeping Employees Safe by Preventing Falls
Retractable cord management for power can be an important and effective workplace safety choice for those wanting to keep their employees safe and avoid hefty OSHA fines, as outlined in this Construction Dive article.
Slips, trips and falls are a leading cause of injury claims every year. Some ways to prevent them.
In an article in Reliable Plant Magazine, we’re reminded that around 25% of reported injury claims each fiscal year are from slips, trips and falls, resulting in more than 95 million lost work days per year.
When Low Voltage Rules: Retractable cabling for devices needing less than 50 volts
All power needs are not created equal. Some of the vital digital and telecommunications equipment used in commercial and retail facilities needs much less than the standard 120 voltage, which is standard in the United States.
How to Find the Best Cord Management Solution for Outdoor Use
When looking for cable management solutions for outdoor use, there are several factors that have to be assessed. Simply finding a “waterproof” solution or finding a product that claims to be “rugged” is not enough. Below are some questions you should ask.
Pivoting in a Pandemic: Have a Flexible Production Setup
The Coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to pivot; some businesses have had to quickly re-tool production lines to deliver on the demand for goods needed by first responders while others are looking to make adjustments during reopening.