In recent years, it seems like the heat has ramped up across the country – especially as the summer months approach and spring comes to an end. Long gone are the days when working outside or in an open service bay may have been pleasant, as now workers are suffering from increasingly severe heat events.
Cold temperatures and wind chill cause heat to leave the body faster, which puts employees at risk of cold stress. So, how do you keep your technicians safe in the colder months? Tire Review’s Danielle Hess gives you some tips from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media. Technicians don’t usually work
The tire industry encompasses one of those occupations considered hazardous enough to receive a specific regulation.
OSHA’s Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard in its entirety is currently blocked from enforcement on a nationwide basis, TIA says.
OSHA’s Vaccination and Testing Emergency Standard will require employers with 100 or more workers to ensure staff is fully vaccinated by Jan. 4, 2022 or tested for COVID-19 on a weekly basis.
In this video, Tire Review’s Danielle Hess goes over the Top 5 safety violations from 2020 and what shops can do to avoid these violations, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.
Tire Review’s Maddie Winer gives three tips for ensuring your shop is OSHA compliant, from The Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.
Shop owners can take these affordable steps to provide a cooler, safer and more productive work environment.
OSHA has cited Southern Tire Mart for failing to protect employees from serious safety hazards after a worker suffered fatal injuries.
Is your shop in compliance? See what OSHA’s most frequently cited standards following worksite inspections are and then take a walk around your shop.
OSHA has issued 22 citations to Kumho Tire Georgia Inc., and two other companies after an inspection allegedly found safety and health hazards at its Georgia manufacturing plant.
Goodyear’s Houston chemical plant has earned certification to Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star Status by OSHA.