3 safety tips for carwashes
The Canadian Carwash Association wants to remind carwash businesses of staying on top of health and safety, especially if you're busy running a small business. You can save yourself time and effort with Workplace Safety and Prevention Services. It will help you understand the key pieces of a health and safety program and provide you with tools and resources to develop one of your own.
Here are three ways your small business can navigate health and safety challenges.
Download the Safety Checklist.
It covers core elements of a health and safety program, so completing it gives you a sense of possible gaps in your program and what’s needed to stay on track.
Train your worker health and safety representative.
A knowledgeable health and safety representative (HSR) will provide tremendous value to your business. While HSR training is not mandatory, it makes sense for HSRs to understand their role in supporting a health and safety program through hazard identification and recommendations to the employer.
Identify hazards and higher risk jobs or tasks.
This allows you to put together a plan and allocate resources where they're needed most, so you can minimize the risk of injury and disruption.
Check out the
Small Business Centre
for simple safety solutions. For questions, 877-494-WSPS (9777).
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