Retail Display Safety and Housekeeping Checklist Mobile App
Displays and fixtures can vary, but a few of the more common types include gondolas, free standing clothes racks, display tables, jewelry counters, slat walls, sunglass racks, free-standing kiosks, shelving units, and display cases.
How does it work?
These displays/fixtures also range in construction materials. Many cases are built of wood, glass, plastic, wire, metal and cardboard. Many displays are designed for specific products and can be designated for temporary use. A common cause for injuries involving displays is overloading the display with merchandise (i. e. too much weight on top or one side results in the fixture tipping or falling over). Depending on the construction of the display, and the weight and height of the merchandise, the newly created center of gravity can make the display top heavy and cause it to shift or many times tip over. Retailers can use the Retail Display Safety and Housekeeping Checklist mobile app to inspect and evaluate their displays to ensure that they are safe for customers and employees.