By Joe Marconi
The word OSHA makes many shop owners cringe.
I was lucky enough years back to have my insurance agent suggest I perform a voluntary OSHA inspection. A private company did it at the time.
They found tons of violations; some we knew would be flagged, but most we did not.
Have you ever had an OSHA inspection? And what can shop owners do to protect themselves?
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Guest host and shop tour with Jeff and Shari Pheasant, A Master Mechanic, Reno, NV. Find out how a media story on converter theft led to Jeff collaborating with the local sheriff's department.
Jeff Pheasant, A Master Mechanic, Reno, NV
Shari Pheasant, Horse Power Strategies. Listen to Shari’s previous episodes HERE
Key Talking Points
NAPA BDG group- Shari is the president Cat Converter Theft- orange stencil with high heat to leave VIN number on has deterred thieves so far. Also has a “Property of U-Haul” stencil. Started with a media story Installing and painting stencil- shops sign on with the sheriff's department program “It’s not about being a competitor, it’s about being an ally in the community.”
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By Joe Marconi
Years ago, I had a "No rehire rule." My thinking back then: If someone quits and I rehire them, does that send the right message to the other employees? That they can leave and I would take them back? However, we are in different times.
Employees, especially techs, have left their jobs in recent years, lured away by better pay, in many cases. But, these employees soon realized that a job (a career) is not all about the paycheck.
What would you do if an employee came back to you, asking for re-employment?