OSHA: Heat Exposure

Visit the included OSHA link to learn about heat related illness and how to deal with it. OSHA: Heat Exposure

The Hazards of Energy Drinks

Workers often use energy drinks for a quick “pick-me-up.”  When selected in place of water or electrolyte-rich drinks, it is…

Eye Wash Station

According to OSHA, about 90 percent of occupational eye injuries can be prevented by wearing the right safety glasses, goggles,…

Proper Lifting of Tires

Tires and wheels weigh on average, about 70 pounds which makes safe handling important to avoid sustaining multiple injuries. One…

Hydraulic Lift Safety Talk

Hydraulic lifts are one of the most common tools in an auto repair shop. Lifts are used numerous times throughout…

Proper PPE for Auto Repair Shops

In automotive shops there are dozens of potential hazards, so personal protective equipment (PPE) precautions need to be taken seriously. A…

Compressed Air

There are many uses for compressed air in the workplace today. Compressed air can make workplace tasks easier by saving…