safety Archives - Page 5 of 16 - Professional Carwashing & Detailing
Runaway car crosses traffic

SAN ANGELO, Texas — An unoccupied SUV ran away from a carwash and into the street.

accident, cars
Carwash employee pinned between two cars

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. — A customer drove into a parked car, and the employee was stuck between them.

medical emergency, helicopter, paramedics
5-year-old run over at carwash survives

ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. — At a busy carwash, a truck driver didn’t see the child.

Law enforcement, police, crime, safety, badge, police badge, law, sheriff
Carwash employee trapped in machinery dies

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Officials have yet to determine the cause of death.

ambulance, emergency, medical attention, hospital
Man working on carwash roof falls through skylight

WASHINGTON, N.J. — The man suffered a head injury.

medical emergency, helicopter, paramedics
The risks on high-volume days

Busy days often correspond to an uptick in claims.

traffic, high-volume days, traffic flow, site design, cars
Wash Wisdom: 8 emergency response tips for natural disasters

Employers faced with oncoming natural disasters need to have proper emergency response protocol in place.

umbrella, storm, natural disaster, emergency response, protection, security, safety
Wash Wisdom: Preparing for emergencies

Disasters happen when you least expect them.

disaster plan, emergencies, emergency
Video of the week: Carwash employee causes accident in intersection

AKRON, Ohio — The employee lost control of the customer’s car and backed into an intersection.

accident, cars
Carwash worker’s leg torn off after being pinned between vehicles

QUEENS, N.Y. — A carwash worker lost his leg after a coworker accidentally pinned him between two vehicles.

ambulance, emergency, medical attention, hospital
Securing carwashes against high winds

Are you protecting your wash during every wind advisory?

tree, high winds, cloudy sky, storm
Double duty carwash signage

How carwash signs both ensure safety and marketing services.

signage, warning, safety