Every day, your restaurant is probably using Wet Floor signs to warn customers of a wet area from mopping, a spilled drink, or outside water that may have been tracked in due to rain or snow. 171 views
One of your most important roles is preventing fires. An electrical fire in your restaurant could have devastating results. A fire could shut down your restaurant, and not only would this prevent you from servicing your community, but customers, employees, and your bottom line could also be impacted. Since most fires are preventable, fire prevention begins with your training and operations program.
Here are some of the top items that help prevent electrical fires.
Electrical systems sho... 66 views
Slip resistant shoe covers are a great and inexpensive way to improve safety. In addition, you can also stay better staffed by having an alternative to sending an employee home who shows up to work without the required shoes. These also accommodate those with a medical requirement where the employee needs to wear a specific alternative shoe.
Disposable Shoe Cover
Disposable show covers are available thru FRANKE. They are listed as “Aqua Trak Black® Anti-Slip Disposable Shoe Cov... 37 views
With your kitchen operating at full force, grease is sure to build up in your hoods, flues and fans as a byproduct of cooking. Keeping your kitchen clean is the only way to reduce the risk of fire, ensuring a safe and efficient operation.
To protect your business from a catastrophic fire and costly downtime, Restaurant Technologies designed the AutoMist system. It cleans your hood, flue and fan every day with a powerful spray mixture of detergent and water to prevent hazardous grease buildup... 28 views
A ready to use accident investigation form, complete with instructions on helpful items to look for, to properly investigation the injury and prevent reoccurrance, as well as fraud prevention. 19 views
It is recommended that your business have a policy in place related to Safe Driving. This should be reviewed and signed by anyone that might ever drive on company business including Office Staff, DO, Supervisors, Managers, Maintenance, etc.
Encouraging good driving is good business. Having a safe driving policy can protect your staff, and enhance your reputation, both within your own company and with your customers. A safe driving policy is easy to set up and can save you money.
Below is a... 19 views
Active shooter events in the United States have risen dramatically in recent years. This webinar, hosted by the National Restaurant Association in partnership with JacksonLewis discusses:
Key components of an active shooter response policy.
Law enforcement recommendations.
Potential workplace violence indicators.
Steps to address previous violent behavior or indicators of violence.
Actions to prevent and prepare for active shooter incidents.
Managing the consequences of an a... 19 views
Discussion on why a safe driver policy is important, even if you do not have company vehicles (hint - you can still be held liable for accidents in cars owned by your employees, if they are driving on company business). Also links to a sample policy that is ready to be used, or modified, for your needs. 17 views
Back strains can easily be prevented:
Get close to the object.
Bend at your hips and knees.
Lift smoothly and slowly, keeping the object close to your body.
Keep the load between your knees and shoulders.
Pivot with your feet instead of twisting your back.
• Store heavy items on middle shelves to reduce lifting.
• Ask for help.
• Carry heavy objects on cart whenever possible.
• Avoid twisting your back with a heavy load.
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