- The NHTSA also enforces tire rules that require dealerships to properly deal with and report information about defective and recalled tires.
- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s asbestos standards protect workers from asbestos exposure by limiting the equipment dealers are allowed to use during the cleaning of certain devices that may contain asbestos.
- OSHA Hazard Communication encompasses the many labels, data sheets, disclosures, training procedures, and other forms of communication that inform workers at your dealership about the presence of hazardous chemicals and how to safely handle them.
- OSHA’s lockout/tagout procedures explain how employees should safely shut off or isolate devices that otherwise have the potential to release hazardous energy.
- OSHA’s standards for workplace health and safety protect your employees’ well-being in all forms. These laws regulate everything from personal protective equipment use to accident reporting to proper workplace temperature—and much more.
Next: Customer-Facing Employees
In the next installment in this series, we’ll take off the gloves (again, literally and figuratively) to explore what rules your customer-facing employees need to know.
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