OSHA Top-10 violations for 2018

the following is available at; https://www.osha.gov/Top_Ten_Standards.html Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards for Fiscal Year 2018 (Oct. 1, 2017, to Sept. 30, 2018). The following is a list of the top 10 most frequently cited standards following inspections of worksites by federal OSHA. OSHA publishes this list to alert employers about these commonly cited standards so

As shop injuries rise, dealership service departments work to reduce risks

The following was published on 6/16/19 in Automotive News Fixed Ops Journal. The article can be downloaded by clicking here  Fixed Ops article June 2019 …or by reading the content below. When a fire ripped through an Alabama dealership’s service department in 2017, killing three shop employees and injuring two others, the accident was a grim

GM & Chevrolet Bulletin Stipulates Hazmat Shipping Compliance

The Chevrolet Product Safety Recall issued by GM (N182206630 Airbag Inflator Rupture) says, in part; “…follow the instructions in WPC Technical Service Bulletin #99-00-89-019P. Be sure to comply with all hazardous part shipping requirements described in the bulletin. Dealers may also refer to Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 171 to 180,

CCAR podcast discusses safety best-practices, HazmatU, SkillsUSA

Check out this podcast that CCAR President Charlie Ayers did with Carm Capriotto. Discussion centers on automotive safety best-practice resources, HazmatU info, and CCAR’s involvement in #SkillsUSA   Safety Training in the Workplace – Charlie Ayers with CCAR

What Are Your Safety Beliefs?

The following is from respected CCAR colleague (and fellow safety fiend) Tony Martin. The article first appeared in the May, 2019 issue of Motor Age and is based on Tony’s book “Tuning Into Safety”. For more information please visit www.tuningintosafety.com Tony Martin – What Are Your Safety Beliefs April 2019 What does it mean when