Best Reference Books – Storage and Handling of Materials

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Storage and Handling of Materials subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Storage and Handling of Materials along with reviews.

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1. “The Definitive Guide to Warehousing: Managing the Storage and Handling of Materials and Products in the Supply Chain” by CSCMP and Scott B Keller

“The Definitive Guide to Warehousing: Managing the Storage and Handling of Materials and Products in the Supply Chain” Book Review: The book is beneficial for students, researchers and practitioners who are interested in knowing about warehousing. The book explains functions, efficiency and benefits of warehouse. It gives basic storage and handling operations of the warehouse. It contains information about new technology in warehouse management systems. It provides many examples, tables and graphs for better understanding of the subject.

2. “Osha 1910.184 Subpart N-slings: Materials Handling and Storage Textbook 2016-2017 (DUVALLS OSHA 1910 Textbooks 2016-2017 Edition)” by Duvall

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“Osha 1910.184 Subpart N-slings: Materials Handling and Storage Textbook 2016-2017 (DUVALLS OSHA 1910 Textbooks 2016-2017 Edition)” Book Review: The book describes handling and storage of OSHA subpart N-materials. It contains numerous examples and exercise questions for easily understanding the topic. The book can be used by anyone involved in the study of OSHA 1910.184 slings.

3. “Site Control of Materials: Handling, Storage and Protection” by John E Johnston

“Site Control of Materials: Handling, Storage and Protection” Book Review: The book is useful for construction engineers, foremen, project managers, plant administrators and warehouse keepers. It describes power management of construction sites to reduce waste. The book explains that site management includes controlling the workers and materials properly, solving the difficulties at construction sites and completing the given work on time. The book also discusses precautions that should be taken on construction sites.

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4. “Joint Service Manual for Storage and Materials Handling” by Defense Logistics Agency

“Joint Service Manual for Storage and Materials Handling” Book Review: The book contains information about heavy tonnage items like subsistence, textiles, packaged petroleum, oils and lubricants, and small items like electronics and repair parts. It also explains management of bulk petroleum fuel.

5. “Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials” by Department of Defense

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“Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials” Book Review: The book discusses the management of hazardous materials. It contains information about transportation, safety and health of these materials.

6. “Guidelines for Safe Storage and Handling of Reactive Materials (Center for Chemical Process Safety guidelines series)” by CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety)

“Guidelines for Safe Storage and Handling of Reactive Materials (Center for Chemical Process Safety guidelines series)” Book Review: The book discusses guidelines for reducing risk of accidents while storing and handling reactive materials. It describes the management of any equipment or human failures, caused due to reactive chemicals. The book contains design, fabrication, erection, inspection, monitoring, maintenance and operations of facilities.

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7. “Construction Materials Handling and Storage on Site” by Paul Marsden

“Construction Materials Handling and Storage on Site” Book Review: This book provides information about management of materials at the construction site. It includes management and storage of materials to reduce the wastage and keeping it in best possible conditions. It also explains segregation of waste materials on construction sites.

8. “Storage and materials handling” by United States Federal Supply Service
9. “Materials Handling and Storage Equipment” by U S Air Force

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“Materials Handling and Storage Equipment” Book Review: This book discusses developments in civil engineer bare base. The book helps in installation of mobile aircraft arresting systems. It provides information about accidents by nuclear weapons.

10. “Guidelines for Safe Storage and Handling of High Toxic Hazard Materials” by Arthur D Little and Richard Levine
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