Automotive Lift Institute Offers Updated Safety Tips

Automotive Lift Institute Offers Updated Safety Tips

The Automotive Lift Institute, Inc. (ALI) announces the availability of a new ALI "Safety Tips" placard. This updated Safety placard boasts a new technical appearance designed to enhance visibility and the awareness of the need for automotive lift safety by shop personnel.

The Automotive Lift Institute, Inc. (ALI) announces the availability of a new ALI “Safety Tips” placard. This updated Safety placard boasts a new technical appearance designed to enhance visibility and the awareness of the need for automotive lift safety by shop personnel.

The Safety Tips placard is traditionally used as a reminder to automotive service lift operators of the general safety precautions that should be taken to help avoid possible injuries while using an automotive service lift.

The new placard design can now benefit lift manufacturers, risk managers, insurance carriers, vocational instructors, technicians and lift service representatives when presented to lift users and owners as educational safety materials in the course of day-to-day interactions.

Pre-payment of $2.00 in U.S. funds for three Safety Tips Cards, may be sent to ALI’s new headquarters location: ALI, P.O. Box 85, Cortland, NY 13045. Visit ALI’s updated website www.autolift.org to get quantity discounts, or for information on other safety materials and standards sponsored by the lift manufacturers who support ALI’s mission of promoting the safe design, construction, installation and use of automotive lift products.

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