MHS and KTM Partnership for Below the Hook Devices OSHA Compliance

MHS and KTM are helping companies to simplifying OSHA 1910 and 1926 regulations for below the hook material handling equipment and lifting devices.

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Duncan, SC (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

As many employers know your business is responsible to ensure that all material handling lifting devices are used appropriately and in compliance with the OSHA standards. MHS is committed to providing our customers with the most accurate OSHA compliant information as is available. Companies often find it difficult to sift through the mountains of OSHA regulations and walk away with a clean understanding of what responsibilities they have in various areas related to safety. One specific area we are committed to helping our customers understand is "Below the Hook Devices". Below the Hook (BTH) lifting devices are defined as "a device used for attaching a load to a hoist" MHS recently partnered with KTM Solutions, Inc to provide an unparalleled comprehensive approach to industry specific Below the Hook Devices. Most companies find their needs for such devices to be unique and require "one off" designs. It is extremely important to recognize what is required by OSHA 1910 and 1926 regulations to properly execute these designs to keep from putting your company in a non-OSHA compliant position. To better understand the extensive services MHS and KTM can provide to you as a team, please see http://www.ktm-bth.com. Since MHS's primary goal is to provide our customers with the best services possible we can handle the process completely as a partner of KTM. KTM can be contacted directly for the design phase. MHS can then return to the process in the actual build phase.

MHS LLC (Material Handling Solutions) offers its customers over 170 years of experience in the design and development of overhead and material handling systems. Over the years MHS has had the pleasure of working with customers such as US Air Force, BMW, Caterpillar, Freightliner, GE, KIA, Hyundai, Rheem, Trane and others. Visit our website at http://www.mhs-llc.com to learn more about material handling equipment, our custom system solutions, and our equipment service and inspection capabilities. If you are looking procure hoisting equipment, parts, or components see http://www.HoistandCraneDepot.com.


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