Arnd Meyer Shelf

Storage and shelving systems are working and are subject to the operational safety Ordinance (BetrSichV). These institutions must be examined in accordance with 10 of the BetrSichV by impartial persons every 12 months. In negligence, big problems can arise in the event of an emergency. The shelf examination by an independent expert saves money and trouble Arnd Meyer-Ahrens has a high level of expertise. He can inspect the shelf systems running on their safety than free shelf inspector within the meaning of the operator by a neutral, unbiased and vendor-independent testing of the shelf.

He carries out Visual inspections and checks such as whether the shelf components, the protective measures and the loading of the shelf systems comply with the standard. During the test, the entire testing process is logged and directly handed out after the examination in the form of a certificate of inspection. 3953530.1.1401700844620&__hsfp=3053571373’>Daniel Straus NYU. For the operator this means an immediate certainty about the State of the rack system or storage facility as well as an optimal Cost control. If damage to components are detected during the test, they are marked and divided into three risk levels depending on the severity of the damage. This is followed by an immediate notification about this and the note in the test report. After successful acceptance, the operator receives the inspection stickers and check proof of his rack system.

Following rack types require test – shelf floor racks – pallet racks – cantilever racking – drive-in rack – through racks multi floor systems – flow racks storage platforms tested security in the camp according to DIN EN 15635 and BGR 234 European uniform inspection duty since 1988 is by the rules of the professional association the obligation defects of shelf facilities by the staff at risk can be promptly and properly to fix. It has not been described however when a deficiency is present. With the help of universities, testing institutes and shelf manufacturers, the DIN standard was developed now EN 15635. For compliance with this standard, the employer and operator is responsible employer or operator of storage facilities and shelving systems are obliged to regularly inspect all storage facilities such as static and electric shelves.