Every workplace needs to support a steady pace without cutting corners in order to maximize productivity. The ability to do this is one of the foundations of both productivity and safety. This means that workers need to have confidence in their surroundings – and for that, you need reliable industrial-duty furniture.
Most businesses tend to focus on staff, rather than equipment. Industrial furniture is part of the initial outlay of expenses, but payroll tends to be the recurring issue. Nevertheless, these should be thought of as separate and equal concerns. You need a reliable environment with industrial furniture to keep your efforts performing at a maximum safe pace.
Take workbench tables as an example. They come in several styles and grades, ranging from garage hobby workbenches through office-grade tables, and up to our specialized, industrial quality benches. If you plan to take your manufacturing business up a notch from the “part-time” level to a more “full-time” commercial production run, it’s time to leave your light duty furniture behind. An individual craftsman working at a slow pace can often work around the limitations of hobby-style or low end workbenches, but once you graduate your business to include additional workers, longer production times and a production quota, there’s no time to deal with your current furniture limitations. If you plan to stay with or acquire lower end furniture, this gives you two choices: Slow your production rate, or risk an accident.
Obviously, you want to prevent accidents from happening, which is why it’s in your best interest to get your workplace furniture right the first time. Contact RDM with a description of your requirements and we’ll help you find the industrial grade furniture solution that works for you – and if we do not have it, we will design it for you.