The following are some general rules for car washes:

Electrical Hazards To reduce the possibility of severe injury or death from electrical shock, employees should not conduct any repairs unless they are qualified and authorized by the company. Lockout/tagout procedures should be followed when servicing or maintaining equipment.

The following precautions should be followed when using portable/powered tools:

  • Ensure all electrical tools have double insulation.
  • Do not use a tool that does not have a ground prong.
  • Install “point-of-use” ground fault interrupter (GFI) electrical receptacles for use in all tunnel and bay areas.
  • Do not use tools or extension cords that have splices or exposed wires.
  • Do not handle or operate electrical equipment when hands are wet or when standing on wet floors.
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