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Orderly Cable Storage

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Hazard: Haphazard storage or placement of electrical cable or hoses can result in incidental damage to the equipment or tripping hazards to the workers.

Solution: Orderly storage of cables or hoses ensures availability of the part and eliminates a tripping hazard. By storing material on pallets, items can be moved easily by forklift, minimizing manual materials handling (see photo).

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 Orderly storage of cables and hoses on pallets. 

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