Report maintenance issues to management immediately
Check equipment and furniture regularly for damage
Take damaged equipment or furniture out of service or block area off completely with a cone, sign, and warning tape
Inspect toilet paper dispensers, toilet seats, changing tables, high chairs, and bathroom door finger guards regularly
If you see spills on the floor or in the parking lot, clean them up and/or report the unsafe condition promptly to management
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3 tips to ensure clean and sanitary food-contact surfaces
Cleaning and sanitizing food-contact surfaces is one of the most important steps to prevent foodborne illness. Here are a few reminders to protect guests:
Reinforce the need for vigilant cleaning and sanitizing practices. Pathogens can spread to food from equipment that hasn't been properly cleaned and sanitized between uses. Cleaning removes food and other dirt from surfaces. Sanitizing reduces surface pathogens to safe levels.
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Establishing a safety and health program in your workplace is one of the most effective ways of protecting your most valuable asset: your workers and customers. 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 morale, productivity, turnover, and reputation.
Safety and health programs foster a proactive approach to “finding and fixing” workplace hazards before the... 50 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... 29 views
Safety can be so easy to forget, yet very painful to remember. As a former QSR risk manager I know the unpredictability of accidents can allow even the most safety conscious managers to let their guard down. Keeping safety equipment and first aid items in stock and available is a universal and ongoing challenge for every organization. To this point, when reviewing client history I tend to see safety ordering spikes that closely follow accidents or inspections in the area - reactive vs. proact... 28 views
What is Spoliation?
Spoliation is the destruction of evidence, whether negligent or intentional, that should be preserved for a lawsuit. Depending on the jurisdiction, a spoliation claim may be brought as an independent cause of action or may be raised as the basis of a discovery dispute or seeking an adverse presumption against the party accused of spoiling the evidence, the spoliator. Herein, we look at the duty to preserve evidence, the claim of spoliation and what you can do to... 27 views
Your restaurant floors can be a liability, if they’re not cleaned properly. Slips and falls rank among the top injuries to customers and employees at restaurants. They’re a danger (and a cost!) that can easily be prevented with the proper floor care tools and techniques. There are two main elements to getting a floor cleaned properly for both sanitation and safety needs. The first is getting the right tools for the job and the second is making sure you are using the tools properly.
It is impo... 18 views