Push Force Reduction: Enhancing Safety and Compliance1

Innovative Solutions for Reducing Push-Force Injury and Ensuring Safety Compliance

Innovating Safety and Compliance

Partnering with Conceptual Innovations offers a strategic advantage in tackling tough challenges related to push-force injury reduction and safety compliance.

By implementing ergonomic designs, high-quality materials, and advanced automation, we can help you minimize push-force exertion, mitigate injury risks, and ensure compliance with your goals and safety regulations.

With Conceptual Innovations as your trusted partner, you can achieve a safer work environment, boost productivity, and enhance overall operational efficiency.

“At the beginning of the project, there were a lot of unanswered questions on how to move forward. The Conceptual Innovations team helped us through the process to ensure the project turned out extremely successful. We’ll be sure to use them again whenever we can.”

– Ergonomics Engineer, Large Equipment Manufacturer

Why Choose Conceptual Innovations?

We take a hands-on approach to reducing push force and improving safety. We dissect the problem, walk through a solution, and help our customers quantify it from a cost perspective.

Ensure Compliance: Our team understands workforce safety requirements and are expert at reducing push force associated with material handling, mitigating injury risks effectively.

Boost Productivity: We can design solutions that streamline material transport processes, minimize resistance, and enable faster, more efficient operations.

Enhanced Workplace Ergonomics: Our key focus on every project we work on is employee well-being when it comes to reducing strain and fatigue during material handling tasks.

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Largest US Automaker Achieves Push Force Reductions From 70 Lbs. To 40 Lbs.

The largest US automaker was having issues with initial push force on the facility’s material handling carts. Each cart load weighed in at about 10,000 lbs. On these carts, the initial push force averaged approximately 70 lbs. of pressure exerted per cart. This was a far greater number than OSHA recommends for push-pull force. Perhaps worse, the carts required two operators to start rolling, which reduces productivity and increases cost.

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