Material Handling

Guard Railing

Customizable safety and security for warehouses, commercial properties, and more.

Cogan - Guard Railing

Protection for Your Employees

Employee safety is always the most important thing to consider within your warehouse. Accidents involving employees are difficult and often have lasting implications. Long term disability, medical expense and the possibility of legal action make this a topic that deserves attention.

Your local Indoff Material Handling Partner has the knowledge and experience within the industry to know which railing systems your business needs. Their expertise with current applicable standards will assist them in specifying the correct guarding for you. From loading docks, rack protectors, safety barriers, and fall protection systems – Indoff has you covered.

Industrial guard rail systems are available in many configurations. High-density plastic and steel rail systems are available. Typically in high visibility safety yellow. Guardrails are typically placed around pedestrian walkways and around sensitive equipment. All to create safety barriers from mobile equipment.

Mezzanine Fall Protection

Mezzanine regulations from OSHA state that employers must have fall protection for their employees. This applies to any raised platform over six feet. There are also specific requirements that must be met regarding railing height and weight based on the job that is being done on your raised surface. Your Indoff Material Handling Partner can assist you with this.

Damage Prevention for Your Racking

Another area to consider is rack guarding. Rack guarding protects against upright damage and failure. It’s also important to consider end aisle protection as well as pedestrian barriers. Backstop netting is available to prevent products from falling off the back of the rack. Ideal for protecting pedestrian walkways.

Protecting Your Conveyors

Conveyor Guards help protect your product from falling off of the system but also can help prevent injury of clothing or limbs becoming stuck in the rollers. Overhead conveyors can be guarded with netting. Additionally, there are stop rails that can help protect the end of the conveyor line from any vehicles or containers that are used to store the products.

It’s important when planning the design of a new warehouse – or updating an existing one – that you speak with a true material handling specialist. Indoff Partners have access to hundreds of vendors which allows them to pick the best product for the job at hand. They act as one of your own employees with only the best interest of your company in mind. Our Partners bring local expertise, knowledge of local regulations, and new initiatives.

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Courtney Brazell

Courtney joined Indoff in 2010. She brings years of experience in project management and tech solutions and is responsible for supporting our Partners’ sales efforts.

Phone: (314) 997-1122 ext. 1291

Josh Long

Josh joined Indoff in 2013 as part of the acquisition of Allied Appliance, a nationwide appliance distributor. He is responsible for the day-to-day management of our appliance division that is comprised of Allied Appliance and Absocold, a manufacturer of refrigerators and microwaves that Indoff acquired in 2017.

Phone: (314) 997-1122 ext. 1107

Jim Malkus

Jim joined Indoff in 1988 after spending 5 years at Ernst & Young, where he specialized in audit and accounting for privately-held businesses. Jim is responsible for the day-to-day management of Indoff.

Phone: (314) 997-1122 ext. 1203

John Ross

John’s background includes the start up and acquisition of several successful business ventures, and he provides strategic planning and overall corporate governance.

Phone: (314) 997-1122 ext. 1201