How to handle an incident at the wash
It is essential to have processes in place to respond when a loss occurs.
How to improve employee attentiveness
Often times, the simplest things can be the most effective solutions to potential disasters.
What you need to know about OSHA inspections
OSHA often makes unscheduled inspections, so how do you react?
Why carwashes must follow lockout and tagout procedures
Having these procedures in place not only complies with OSHA standards but, more importantly, can also prevent serious injury.
Carwash safety and hazard prevention practices
Avoid costly and damaging injuries at the carwash by following safety and hazard prevention practices.
Cutting and welding hazards for carwashes
If your carwash utilizes cutting/welding equipment, make sure to know the risks and how to ensure safe operations.
CarWash Safety 101 blog: Anti-collision equipment
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Mike Benmosche offers a closer look at the advantages of installing anti-collision equipment for tunnel carwashes.
Anti-collision equipment for tunnel washes
A closer look at the advantages of installing anti-collision equipment.
CarWash Safety 101 blog: Workplace confrontation
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Mike Benmosche discusses various forms of workplace violence and how carwash owners and operators can mitigate these occurrences.
Avoid workplace confrontations at the wash
How to identify and mitigate potential workplace violence.
CarWash Safety 101 blog: Chemical safety
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Mike Benmosche discusses the recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report on hydrofluoric acid (HF), which is a common ingredient in some carwash chemicals.