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CarWash Safety 101 blog: Preventing injuries at the wash

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Mike Benmosche discusses the importance of employee and customer safety procedures.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — In a recent CarWash Safety 101 with Mike Benmosche blog post, McNeil & Company National Carwash Program Specialist Mike Benmosche discusses the importance of evaluating, instilling and maintaining safety procedures at the carwash.

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He explains that if you own/operate a business, you have a responsibility to keep your employees, and your customers, safe.

“Safety is an ongoing process that requires constant analysis,” says Benmosche. “You should continually evaluate your business’ safety procedures and implement changes and updates when a new best practice arises.”

He continues, “When evaluating and developing your safety plan, the best place to start is identifying the most present and dangerous exposure that could jeopardize the safety of your customers and employees. Once the exposure is identified, you can develop a proactive plan to mitigate or eliminate the factors that most contribute to that risk.”

Read the entire blog post on preventing injuries here.

Check out more CarWash Safety 101 blog posts here.

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