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Recordkeeping

California Requires Auto Dealers to Keep Log 300 Similar to Federal Requirements, December 2017

LOG 300, 300A & 301 REQUIRED FOR AUTO DEALERS Background:  Cal/OSHA and Fed-OSHA now requires auto dealers and other employers to keep a record of occupational injuries and illnesses using OSHA Log 300 and post summary on employee notice board from February 1 to April 30, 2018.

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Old Rules Relaxed & New Rules Added (CALIFORNIA ONLY), January 2017

TO MIX OR NOT TO MIX – OLD RULE SEPARATION OF PAPER & METAL:  In 2016, California EPA started to enforce hazardous waste regulations regarding used oil filters.  While crushed metal oil filters could be recycled as scrap metal, paper cartridge filters and metal oil filters (with free flowing used oil upon puncture) were to […]

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Injury Log Requirements & Accident Reporting to Fed-OSHA, September 2016

LOG 300, 300A & 301 REQUIRED FOR AUTO DEALERS Background: Cal/OSHA now requires auto dealers and other employers to keep a record of occupational injuries and illnesses using OSHA Log 300. We note that Fed-OSHA had issued these requirements to auto dealers in 2015.

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July 1, 2018 Deadline to Upgrade Booth (For Some) & July 1, 2019 Deadline for All, July 2016

South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is the regulating agency for air quality in the LA basin and has implemented emission limits on NOx that require paint booth burner upgrades.  We last wrote to you in 2014 regarding these rules that apply to body shops concerning booth maintenance and documentation of NOx emissions limits […]

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California Tow Drop-Off Regulations, July 2016

CALIFORNIA LAW ON TOWING California enacted AB 1222 earlier this year mandating certain recordkeeping provisions for tow truck companies amongst other statutory requirements.  If the dealer is in the towing business, then we recommend that you consult and implement all provisions of AB 1222 (Bloom).  Since dealers with tow truck ownership are very few, we […]

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