In addition to OSHA’s National Emphasis Program, there are smaller Regional Emphasis Programs (REPs) that focus on incidents specific to states/regions. In this webinar, KPA Safety Experts Nick Hardesty and Mark Bucko will discuss how dealerships can survive an OSHA inspection in OSHA Region VIII (CO, MT, ND, SD).
Wage and Hour Laws have had several notable revisions over the last several years. We will take a look at several and provide clarification and examples which will help you remain compliant at your RV dealership.
Regulators have sent a clear message to dealerships: “If you mess with your consumers, your employees, or the environment, you mess with us.” It’s another way in which everyone who works for your business stands for the entire organization: their actions—or inactions—can place the whole dealership at risk.
No other part of a dealership can compare to the service department in terms of moving parts. I mean that both figuratively and literally. For as many nuts, bolts, pistons, panels, plugs, and springs your service team handles, there’s an almost equal amount of rules and regulations to follow.