Pallet Rack Certification & Installation Services

We get the job done right and on time!

Rack Safety Inspections - a divison of Flow-Rite Inc., has been stalling, reconfiguring and dismantling rack storage systems since 1986. Our factory trained installation and repair team is available throughout Ontario for installations, teardowns and reconfigurations of new and existing storage systems. We have fully trained employees with many years of experience and always carry Health & Safety for Work Place and Liability Insurance.

We install many types of storage systems:

  • Redirack
  • Push Back Rack
  • Drive-In Racking
  • Drive Thru Racking
  • Cantilever Racking
  • Mezzanine Platforms
  • Industrial Shelving
  • Lockers
  • Wire Mesh Partition
  • Security Fence
  • Pallet Rack Safety Netting
  • Guard Rails
  • Pallet Rack Protectors
  • And Much More!

Our work is always certifiable by means of a Pre-Start Health and Safety Review when required. You can trust our professional installation team to get the project done on time, safely and efficiently with your particular needs in mind.

We also offer the following services:

Contact us to speak with one of our installation managers for a free initial consultation on your project and facility.

10 Tips for Rack Safety

  1. When buying storage racks, enure durability and proection features are built into the design.
  2. Ensure the structural integrity of the walls and floors before installing your storage rack.
  3. Install Storage racks according to the manufacturer's specifications.
  4. Make sure the aisles where the storage rack will be loaded are wide enough to easily accommadate the lift truks's turning radious.
  5. Conduct regular inspections, maintenance and repairs of storage racks.
  6. Look for scratched paint, dents and bowed out components.
  7. Ensure your storage rack is being used within the manufacturers specifications.
  8. Train workers to probperly load storage racks.
  9. Conduct rack safety awareness training for all employees, and encourage them to report bangs and dents of racks.
  10. Retain lift truck drivers as required.