Auto Repair and Body Shop Safety Tips
Auto repair and body shops are high-risk for fires.
Where the potential for fire is great, extra precautions should be taken to avoid injury.
Auto repair and body shops are among the businesses which experience fires most frequently because of the combination of spray painting, welding, and the storage of flammable liquids. To prevent unnecessary risk, managers should observe fire safety codes, train employees to understand the importance of following maintenance schedules, and recognize situations that could lead to a serious fire. Exploring our safety tips is a first step to eliminating the risk of fire hazards in any mechanical shop.
Loss Prevention Safety Tips
- Acetylene & Oxygen Tanks
- Arson Prevention
- Auto Repair and Body Shop Safety
- Building-Related Mold
- Carbon Monoxide
- Electrical Safety – Commercial
- Fire Extinguisher Operation & Maintenance
- Flammable Liquid Transfer Safety
- Heavy Snow Loads On Roofs
- Hot Work Safety
- Ice Dam Prevention
- Oily Rag & Flammable Liquid Safety
- Portable Electric Construction Heater Safety
- Portable Electric Construction Heater Safety – Commercial
- Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
- Preventing Vehicle Impact To Buildings
- Spray Coating Safety
- Tire Storage Safety
DISCLAIMER: Information contained in this publication is presented for general educational purposes and to increase overall safety awareness. It is not a substitute for legal or expert advice, and should not be used in place of consultation with appropriate professionals. Any person relying on this information does so entirely at their own risk. Red River Mutual denies all responsibility for any liability, loss, injury or risk which is incurred as a direct or indirect result of the use of any of the material in this publication.