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Food Grade, Food Safety, Fulfillment, Safety, SQF, Warehousing
Taylor Logistics Food Safety

Last month three of Taylor’s fulfillment centers underwent an extensive Safe Quality Food (SQF) audit. The results are outstanding with our team in Bellevue having 100% on their first-ever SQF audit and our team in Monroe with 97% at both locations. An exceptional job by all members of Team Taylor. We appreciate your expertise and knowledge of food safety practices. 

SQF Audit 2020 100-01
10601 S 15th St 
Bellevue, NE 68123
2020 SQF Audit 97-01
1201 Logistics Way
Monroe, OH 45044
2020 SQF Audit 97-01
675 Gateway Blvd 
Monroe, OH 45050 

About SQF:


The Safe Quality Food (SQF) Program is a rigorous and credible food safety and quality program recognized by retailers, brand owners, and foodservice providers worldwide. Recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the SQF family of food safety and quality codes are designed to meet industry, customer, and regulatory requirements for all sectors of the food supply chain – from the farm all the way to the retail stores. This rigorous farm-to-fork food safety and quality certification also helps food producers assure their buyers that their food products meet the highest possible global food safety standards. 

Achieving SQF certification is a testament to your hard work. It is also a credible demonstration of your commitment to food safety – something that will help your team and your customers sleep better at night.

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Food Safety, Operations, Warehousing
Taylor Logistics Inc. Blog

A safe warehouse is one where safety is ingrained in the company culture, where everyone feels empowered to recommend safety improvements, and where frequent audits take place. The following warehouse safety tips can help you evaluate various areas in your warehouse operation to make employees safer while working on and around your warehouse equipment.

Here’s a Checklist One Might Add to a Routine Warehouse Safety Audit:

Electrical Safety


Ensure outlets function.

Install and maintain high-visibility lights.

Workspace Safety


Avoid slip and fall hazards by cleaning spills immediately.

Clear aisles to remove tripping hazards.

Make sure all work areas are kept clear of clutter.

Are staff Wearing the Right Gear?


Protective and high-visibility workwear should be worn by staff when working in the warehouse. For specific tasks, additional safety gear may be required, such as protective eyewear, gloves, earplugs, and hard hats. 

Fire Safety


Clearly mark all exits.

Remove all fire hazards.

Make sure extinguishers are easily accessible and up to code.

Make sure exits are free of obstructions.

Adequate Safety Signage? 


Signage acts as a constant reminder for staff to wear the appropriate safety gear and to abide by the warehouse safety procedures. Signage can also highlight any potential dangers throughout your facility, helping to avoid serious injuries or incidences in the warehouse.

Hazardous Material Safety


Clearly label all chemicals.

Make sure eyewash stations are in working order.

Make sure the MSDS for all chemicals are readily available to all employees.

Taylor Logistics Safety program Cincinnati Ohio

A stable logistics safety program goes way beyond a set of policies and procedures. It’s essential is to develop a pervasive, operations-wide culture that understands that safety is simply smart business and that it applies to absolutely everyone.

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