Pub. 2 2020 Issue 6


Carbon Monoxide Issues in Member Service Departments

When cold weather sets in, service departments often close their garage doors. This has an immediate impact on the shop’s air quality, which can lead to service technician complaints centered on inadequate shop ventilation. Vehicle exhaust is loaded with thousands of contaminants resulting from the incomplete combustion of fuel. The primary culprit and largest component of exhaust that threatens employee health is carbon monoxide.


Updates on Accessing Medical Care for Work Injuries and Drug Testing

We recently shared an article on the increasing wait time at some urgent care locations for medical treatment and drug testing. Well, in typical 2020 fashion, some things have changed already. The centers that were offering online check-in have temporarily paused that service as the volume of patients continues to grow, and the service was not showing the benefit as hoped.


NHADA’s Comedy Night, Big Raffle & Silent Auction Almost Here!

Save The Date: Jan. 2021
Get ready for a night full of laughs with comedian Juston McKinney, all while helping to support the Education Foundation and our scholarship program. Last year the Education Foundation was able to give out $100,000 in scholarships to high school and post-secondary students. Your support helps to ensure a strong pipeline for the automotive workforce.