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Following the 7.1 magnitude earthquake which struck Christchurch on September 4, 2010, and the thousands of subsequent aftershocks, the New Zealand logistics industry began rethinking their storage approach.
Occupational Health and Safety regulations are continually applying more responsibility to business owners and management to carry out self-assessment of the safety risks in their workplace.
The new Australian Standard covering the design of steel storage racking systems - AS4084-2012 was released on 29th February 2012. There are a number of key changes to operational requirements and end-user responsibilities that storage systems users should be aware of:
The new Australian Standard covering the design of steel storage racking systems, AS4084-2012 was released 29/2/12. It is important that all users are aware of the changes and their responsibilities under the new standard.