Warehouse Safety Tips | Episode 47 | Slow And Steady

Nov 11, 2020, 12:05 PM
Slow And Steady

On today's Warehouse Safety Tips Wednesday, we'll be covering how slow and steady wins the race - so stay tuned.

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If you're a seasoned Podcast Listener - this podcast is going to be different from most you listen to.  It's based around exactly what the name implies - Warehouse Safety Tips.  And since the people in that industry are busy - we know time is money, so each episode will be as short and to the point as possible.

And now that all that is out of the way - let's get to the Podcast!

Before starting our Podcast - we'd like to recognize Veterans Day 2020 - and thank all our amazing veterans for their service.  Today - and every day!

Have you ever heard the phrase "Slow And Steady Wins The Race"?

It refers to the race between the tortoise and the hare - and there are a lot of similarities you can draw from when it comes to productivity and safety.

 Rushing through most anything generally causes corners to be cut. So you obviously want to work at a pace that ensures stability and accuracy throughout your entire shift.  

We've covered this several times - and will continue to over and over because it's so important.  When safety is ignored for even a second - that's when accidents happen and tragedy can strike.  You might think you know better and/or feel a rule isn't important - but it's not your place to decide.  A decision like that affects you, your fellow staff, your facility, and production.

You had to know we'd side with the turtle.  After all - it was the one wearing a Safety Shell for protection!

All kidding aside - work hard, work smart, work safe - and you'll win the race!

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Thank you for listening to Warehouse Safety Tips - and have a SAFE day!