Hotel-Motel Industry Safety & Health - Valet and Shuttle Service



Photo public domain. Always wear a seatbelt when operating a car, even if you are just going to park it in a designated place

Always wear a seatbelt when operating a car, even if you are just going to park it in a designated place.

Photo public domain.

Valet and shuttle service workers can be expose to hazards when operating vehicles such as the following:

  • Being struck by moving vehicles.
  • Bloodborne pathogens (needles).
  • Falls.
  • Fumes (exhaust from cars).
  • Road rage.
  • Slips and trips.
  • Vehicular accidents.
  • Weather (snow, rain, heat).

Information provided in this industry page can help employers and employees identify and evaluate existing and foreseeable safety & health hazards, and provide resources to help with training, prevention methods, and the development and implementation of a required written safety & health accident prevention program (APP).

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