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The McCue Blog

5 Best Practices for Protecting Warehouse Assets From Employees

Posted by Bill Sullivan on Apr 13, 2017 9:00:00 AM

You ain’t seen nothing yet. No, we’re not talking about B.T.O’s 1974 smash hit in today’s post. That's a phrase we often hear facilities managers use when comparing their employees' track record of protecting warehouse assets. And it never seems to be something good.

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Topics: Warehouse Tips

How to Convince Your Employees Warehouse Cleanliness Matters

Posted by Scott Tierny on Apr 5, 2017 9:00:00 AM

If cleanliness is next to godliness, it’s safe to say your warehouse is not the holiest of places. The general upkeep of your warehouse is often the first thing a visitor will notice, but it can be hard to convince your employees of the importance of keeping things clean. Taking the time to show your employees the value of warehouse cleanliness will go a long way toward keeping your facility running smoothly. You can get started right away.

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Topics: Facility Maintenance, Warehouse Tips

Simple Warehouse Etiquette Rules to Implement Today

Posted by Scott Tierny on Mar 15, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Running a warehouse is tough work. Not only do you need to keep up with the daily production, picking, packing and shipping requirements for your company, but you also have to develop a way for everyone to work well together and respect one another as they move through their days. And all of it has to be done with respect for the product, too, so you don't incur any damages or lost time.

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Topics: Warehouse Tips

5 Ways To Keep Warehouse Employees Safe

Posted by Scott Tierny on Mar 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Protecting employee safety is one of the most important and stressful parts of the job. It's on everyone's priority list, so the forklift operator should value it just as much as you do. But you're the only person in the chain who has to think about constructing a better way from the start — the only person who needs to look at safety on a facility level, often before a warehouse is even completed.

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Topics: Safety, Warehouse Tips