Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) It is the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to educate both workers and their supervisors in the limits OSHA has set for exposure to various workplace hazards. This Initiative contains trainings that provide a an understanding of OSHA rights, responsibilities and standards. It also contains forms for employees to report injuries and illnesses, and for management to report those incidents to OSHA.
There are quite a few OSHA regulations that impact employees across your dealership, particularly your service department and your body shop. These can involve things like wearing protective equipment and logging workplace industries.
The rules are here: