- Good habits of employees
- Safety and productivity
- Morale- Employees taking pride in their work and work spaces
- Customer relations
- Compliance with OSHA, EPA & DOT Regulations
Why does good housekeeping matter?
- A clean environment reduces injuries, saving money that would otherwise spent on workplace compensation claims
- Clutter slows down work; it takes more time to find tools if they are not in the right place, and untended messes get in the way of work areas.
- What is your customer’s first impression? Of course the showroom is spotless, but what about other public areas of your dealership, and what if customers have a view of the service bay?
- OSHA regulatory standard 29 CFR 1910.22 states that “all places of employment, passageways, storerooms, and service rooms shall be kept clean and orderly and in a sanitary condition (the catch-all read more).”
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