Items Tagged with 'safety'


Managing the Store

Trashing Fine Print

Use simple and clear language in sales documents, get customer acknowledgments and seek out a superior commercial liability policy.
The threat of lawsuits may be one of those nagging dangers of doing business that wakes you up in the middle of the night. Even with the best intentions, a great staff, excellent products and good business practices, a sale to a customer can go awry and place you in court.
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Managing the Store

Do All You Can to Avoid Litigation

It’s in your best interest to keep your customers safe.
Selling equipment to a first-time customer who doesn’t have operation experience could be a recipe for disaster. As dealers, we have a responsibility to ensure the safety of our customers, while keeping in mind the dangers of liability and litigation.
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Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association Adds Honda to Membership

The Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association extends a warm welcome to its newest member, American Honda Motor Co. A longtime supporter of the Motorcycle Industry Council, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America and the ATV Safety Institute, Honda brings a wealth of diverse manufacturing experience to ROHVA. By joining the organization's six existing members, Honda will collaborate with ROHVA in its ongoing effort to promote the safe and responsible use of recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs) in North America.
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Specialty Vehicle Institute of America Board of Trustees Re-elects Officers for 2013

The Specialty Vehicle Institute of America's Board of Trustees re-elected its officers, including Chair Gary Higgins, senior manager, national service operations, motorcycle division at American Honda Motor Co.; Vice Chair Ken Bush, regulations manager at American Suzuki Motor Corp.; Secretary/Treasurer Russ Brenan, senior advisor of government relations and public affairs at Kawasaki Motors Corp.; and SVIA President Tim Buche.

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Get Ready for Fall Harvest with Renewed Focus on Tractor Safety

Get ready: the fall harvest season is nearly upon us. The so-called lazy days of summer will undoubtedly give way to a very busy harvest for farmers across the county, increasing the likelihood for fatigue and risk of injury for tractor operators logging extra hours in the fields. That is why Kubota Tractor Corporation, in observance of the National Education Center for Agriculture Safety's National Farm Safety and Health Week, September 18-24, 2011, is reminding all tractor and equipment users to brush up on ten critical safety reminders -- Kubota's Ten Commandments to Tractor Safety-- before harvest season officially gets underway.
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