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CCAR, ACC Release Automotive Refinishing Safety Video

The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) and the American Chemistry Council (ACC) have announced the launch of a new automotive refinishing safety practices video that is now available on YouTube.

ZF Demos Pre-crash External Side Airbag System

ZF, a global technology company and supplies systems for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and industrial technology, recently gave a live demonstration of the prototype of its new pre-crash occupant safety system with an external side airbag in Memmingen, Germany.

OSHA’s Top Safety Violations of 2018

Check out OSHA’s list of its most frequent violations, then take a walk around your shop. If an OSHA inspector comes by, are you ready to pay?

US DOT Holds Conference on Traffic Safety and the 5.9 GHz Spectrum

At the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Conference on Traffic Safety and the 5.9 GHz Spectrum, the deputy administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reiterated that the agency’s no. 1 priority is safety, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) reported.

Why Are Body Shops Still Not Safe?

My recent foray to the front lines of collision repair, where it smells like thinner and you can hear the pulling chains groan, told me that technician safety was less comprehensive than I had expected.

Electude, CCAR Announce Education Partnership

CCAR and Electude will deliver safety training and credentials to automotive teachers and students via Electude’s online learning system.

How Your Auto Body Shop’s Compliance Score Can Save You Money and Bring More Work

In the end, running a compliant business that follows the rules will pay off on many levels.

KPA Acquires Environmental Risk Management & Safety, Inc.

New acquisition combined with national footprint strengthens KPA’s role as a leader in EHS risk management.

Massachusetts Auto Auction Agrees to Pay $200,000 in OSHA Fines for Violations Found After Fatal Accident

After the May 3, 2017, incident, OSHA cited Lynnway Auto Auction for 16 alleged safety violations and hit the business with $267,000 in proposed fines. Lynnway contested OSHA’s findings.

Vortec Personal Air Conditioning Vests Keep Employees Cool

The Vortec Personal Air Conditioning Vests (PACs) circulate cool air to minimize temperature-related stress and fatigue, thus improving comfort and productivity.

Massive Growth Projected for Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems

The global market for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) will grow from $11.8 billion in 2016 to $43.3 billion by the end of 2025, Transparency Market Research predicts in a new report.

SCRS Welding Video Emphasizes Technician Safety

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists unveiled the video at its July 24 open Board of Directors meeting in Chicago.