For peace of mind and, more importantly the health and safety of your staff, the public and visitors you should have your pallet racking inspected annually or bi-annually by a fully qualified and approved SEMA Inspector. This inspection will provide you with a detailed report. The inspection report will show you where you have damage, where there is weakness and what you should monitor. Having an annual report will give you peace of mind, keep you in date with regulations and prevent costly downtime, should you have any potential issues.
A SEMA report will also prove to HSE and your insurance that you have taken the right actions to ensure that your pallet racking is audited and safe
If replacement parts are needed, we stock replacement components from a variety of manufacturers and keep disruption times to a minimum.
SEMA Approved Inspectors are highly qualified professionals. To achieve the SEMA Approved Inspector qualification the applicant is required to undertake an intensive three day training course and successfully complete both a written examination and practical assessment. The qualified inspector (often abbreviated to SARI standing for SEMA Approved Rack Inspector) must also commit to a programme of on-going CPD (Continuous Professional Development) to maintain the qualification.