Palamatic will be showcasing examples of our specialised materials handling systems at PPMA this year and will be on hand to advise you on the best Health and Safety system for your requirements. The following checklist should provide a useful guide when making your selection. You need to choose a system that will:
- Prevent product damage
- Be efficient
- Increased productivity
- Eliminate health and safety concerns
- Provide a safe working environment for the operator
- Minimise labour costs or increase labour effectiveness
- Operate at optimum speed
- Be cost effective
Our range covers vacuum lifters, pneumatic engineered handling systems and powder process solutions to exceed all Health and Safety Regulations. Our design philosophy is born out of the desire to continually improve, innovate and invent. The success of our products means they are often imitated but never bettered.
As experts in handling and containment, and proven H&S Handling for all manufacturing industries, you can rest assured that our solutions are fully compliant for very high potent and dangerous compounds (APIs). Your legal obligations are met and your product and workforce are protected.
Palamatic lifters are designed to exceed HSE guidelines. We reduce operator effort and fatigue which reduces the chances of manual handling injuries; and repetitive strain injuries of the arms, hands and wrists. We offer one handed and two handed operated systems to suit the specific work process or user preference.
We are also experts in cGMP Materials Handling systems including Drum Tippers, Post Hoists, Drum Conditioners and blending systems for;
- Fine Chemical
- Clean Process
- FDA/MHRA regulated environments
- Foods, including infant food
According to HSE figures, manual handling is responsible for more than a third of all injuries resulting in three or more days absence. More than half of all workdays lost to work-related health problems involve injured muscle, bone or connecting tissue, collectively known as musculoskeletal disorders (MSD). ”MSD is the greatest health and safety challenge for Europe”. Over 40 million EU workers are affected by MSD. These injuries (accidents not included) cost employers over €385 million or between 0.5% and 2% of the Gross National Product,” a significant burden on the EU economy”.*
*The figures and quotations are from EU reports on Health and Safety in Europe.
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Tel: 01246 452054