The MARC

Maintenance and Retrieval Cart

The safe and cost-effective solution to prevent unsafe entry into high density racking systems.  The MARC creates an engineered safe zone that enables operators to safely access pallet exceptions.  Custom designed to your specific application, this innovative fall arrest cart allows operators to perform maintenance, repair and inspections deep inside rack structures at height.

The MARC creates an engineered safe zone.

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Description

If your company utilizes high density storage racking…

How do you…

  • Clear debris, stuck pallets, and product?
  • Perform regular inspections at height?
  • Conduct maintenance, adjustments, and repair?

Do you…

  • Have a system to deal with these occurrences?
  • Allow operators to access high density racking without an engineered anchor point?
  • Provide operators with tools to extend their reach inside the area?
  • Apply leverage to the stuck load while on an aerial work platform?

Did you know….

  • Any dislodged material, pallets, or obstructions beyond one pallet deep are extremely dangerous to access.
  • Aerial work platforms are not designed for any significant lateral loads.
  • Safety mesh is not designed for standing or walking on.
  • Lift truck safety cages are contrary to safe practices for these tasks.
  • Racking structures are not designed for operator access.
  • You must have an engineered anchor point for tie off.  Racking structures do not provide this.
  • If you perform regular rack inspections for system integrity and damage at floor level, you also need to perform the same inspections at height.
  • In 2014, falls to lower level accounted for 651 fatal work injuries.  This represents a 12% increase over 2013.  Source: US Bureau of Statistics – 2015
  • 14% of all fatal occupational injuries occured as a result of a fall to a lower level.  Source: US Bureau of Statistics – 2015

Here’s how the MARC creates an engineered safe zone:

  • Load the MARC into the affected area using your existing MHE.
  • Operators transition to the MARC from an approved aerial work platform.
  • The MARC travels the full distance of the high density rack system. This creates an engineered safe zone within operator reach of the affected area.
  • FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS GUIDELINE CREATES AN UNNECESSARY RISK OF CATASTROPHIC INJURY BOTH TO THE OPERATORS LOCATED AT HEIGHT AND ON THE GROUND.

How the MARC travels in a Push-Back racking environment

The MARC integrated with a Lift-A-Lot system

MARC-SkyLift