Mike Benmosche, National Car Wash Program Specialist of McNeil and Company writes about how best safety practices at the wash can keep your employees and customers safe as well as help you maintain a cost effective insurance policy.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Accident 101 Series - Preparing for Accidents
Although it is not possible to predict where and when an accident will take place, it is most important to be prepared when one does occur. Your company should have emergency procedures in place for when an accident does take place. You should also have designated at least two employees as your accident response team. Elements of an emergency program should include:
Rescue and first aid
Limiting further harm to persons and equipment
Notifying those who will investigate the accident
Above all, the purpose of emergency response is to get help for injured individuals.To ensure this happens, emergency response drills should be practiced on a routine basis.