Six tips for for reporting claims timely and effectively.
Consider the consequences of bringing in new wash equipment.
OSHA often makes unscheduled inspections, so how do you react?
Having these procedures in place not only complies with OSHA standards but, more importantly, can also prevent serious injury.
Avoid costly and damaging injuries at the carwash by following safety and hazard prevention practices.
If your carwash utilizes cutting/welding equipment, make sure to know the risks and how to ensure safe operations.
A closer look at the advantages of installing anti-collision equipment.
How to identify and mitigate potential workplace violence.
Be sure to read all chemical labels and avoid unwelcomed surprises.
Safety is an ongoing process that requires constant analysis.