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OSHA Recommended Practices for Safety Programs

Establishing a safety and health program in your workplace is one of the most effective ways of protecting your most valuable asset: your workers. Losing workers to injury or illness, even for a short time, can cause significant disruption and cost—to you as well as the workers and their families. It can also damage workplace [...]

Better Safety Conversations

Every day, safety conversations take place between Owner/Operators and managers, between safety professionals and workers, and—most importantly—between front-line supervisors and the workers who report to them. These conversations have great potential for improving workplace safety and health. CLICK HERE to learn more about: Safety Conversations: The Basics Tips for Different Types of Safety Conversations The [...]

Burns – Don’t Get Burned

Don’t get burned! Always wear proper gloves, face shield, apron, etc. When cleaning cooking equipment Use extra caution around the grill, fryer, and when pouring coffee Keep the floor clean and dry around cooking equipment Be aware of yourself and others when in work areas and never run Click to download the free poster.

Your Safety – General Safety

Your safety – we care about you Dry wet floors immediately Lift safely – protect your back Use personal protective equipment to prevent injury Drive safely – no texting – stay focused on the road Report all unsafe conditions and broken equipment to a manager immediately so it can be properly disposed of Click to [...]

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal protective equipment (PPE) saves the day Use the right PPE for each job Slip resistant shoes Face–shield, apron, and gloves when cleaning fryers and grills Safety box cutter when opening boxes And more – ask your manager about the right PPE for the job Inspect and report any missing, old, or damaged items to management Be an example [...]

OSHA Inspections Fact Sheet

HOW DO I COMPLY WITH OSHA’S NEW REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR FATALITIES & SEVERE INJURIES

NEW OSHA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYERS – Effective JANUARY 1, 2015