High Pile Storage
Do you have the right permits?
SWWS is here to help you with everything from safety to commodity classification.
Are you storing class I, II, III, or IV commodity products over 12 feet high or high hazard commodities and group A plastics over 6 feet high? There are specific standards and regulations that you have to abide by in order to stack high piled storage, and you can’t afford to fall behind and miss out. Adhering to fire codes is an absolutely crucial part of maintaining the safety of your warehouse, and Southwest Warehouse Solutions is here to help your team make sure you avoid any fines, penalties, or safety hazards.
According to the Fire Protection International Consortium, Inc. (FPI), there are four areas that you need to comply with to meet standards, including:
Getting everything squared away before you lease or purchase your space is crucial for maintaining optimal uptime and avoiding long-term issues for your facility. That’s where SWWS comes in. Whether you meet the criteria comes down to:
All of these factors determine your standing as far as building requirements go.
SWWS specializes in proactive, reliable service that puts you in a better position moving forward. If you’re storing products that fall under the above classifacations, the time to take action is now. SWWS specializes in helping facilities secure the right permitting so that they can continue to focus on doing what they do best. The last thing you need is to worry about whether you’re meeting the industry standard for safety. Be proactive, and start working with SWWS.
Why leave something to the last second that you can accomplish now? High pile storage demands diligent, meticulous planning. At SWWS, we have the experience to help you navigate potentially fraught situations. Our ultimate goal is to help your team move forward and focus on doing what you do best.
For more information on how our team can make your future that much brighter, reach out today. Make safety a priority, and solidify your operations today with SWWS.