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Performance & Hotrod Business May '14

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T he idea that safety is for softies is an incredible misconception. Maintaining a safe work environment can protect a shop's employees as well as its profits. Performance & Hotrod Business gathered some insight from professionals in the facility safety industry and shop owners who consider it good business and com- piled five tips to help automotive busi- nesses administrate a successful safety program. 1. Use Your Resources Whether a shop has been in business for several years or just opened its doors, business owners are not on their own when it comes to organizing a safety program, which can be essential to minimizing insur- ance costs, according to Kimberly Rossi, Safety in the workplace is good for business. By Patricia Kaowthumrong BUSINESS 100 n Performance & Hotrod Business n May 2014 Organizations such as the American Lift Institute provide training for lift operators. PHBMAY.indd 100 4/2/14 2:04 PM

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