Servicing Tires and Rims (US)

Servicing Tires and Rims (US)

Why do we service tires and rims? Obviously, it’s to prevent them from failing when people are driving on them. What’s ironic is that things that happen in the act of servicing them can actually CAUSE them to fail. Failure is not a minor issue. Due to the high air pressure and volume involved, tire or rim failure can actually injure or kill people – not only when tires blow out on the road, but also during the servicing process! To help prevent injuries and fatalities during servicing, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, recommends that employers provide training to all employees who service tires or rims. This course will provide you with some general tire and rim servicing best practices. Your employer will provide you with detailed information about the specific tires, rims and equipment you’ll use on the job. Once you’ve completed all the training, your employer will verify your ability to perform tire and rim servicing work safely before you are allowed to actually perform the work.

$ 14.95
CEU 0.0
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Course Outline

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Best Repair Practices    

  • 3. Signs of Damage    

  • 4. Inflating Tires    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Learning Objectives

  • Identify general best practices for tire and rim service and repair.
  • Recognize the signs of tire and rim damage.
  • Recall best practices to take during tire mounting and inflation.

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