Breakroom Safety Training for the Food Service Industry
Anyone who thinks that restaurants are a safe place to work should
think again. Electric slicers, mixers, fire hazards and suppression
systems, deep fat fryers, electrical exposures, and slippery floors are
just some of the many causes of injuries in the Food Service Industry.
So when it comes to safety, how does your restaurant rate?
It is not only a good idea to establish and enforce rules to keep
employees safe, but keeping a kitchen safe can also protect an
owner from the risk and liability of possible lawsuits.
Restaurants must follow certain guidelines to keep the kitchen
functioning properly. By simply keeping safety at the top of
the list, all other store functions will fall into line more easily.
It is a requirement that your workers are trained to recognize and avoid hazards during
their shifts, in both the dining room and kitchen. With our safety program, specifically
tailored to your business, you can adjust your employee’s work behavior and prevent
accidents and injuries. This could potentially save you a lot of money.
We have over 150 safety training subjects for you to select from. You simply choose the 26
topics that pertain to the unique working conditions at your establishment. We will send
you 2 of these topics each month. All subjects are also available in Spanish at no cost.
The program provides training on a regular two week schedule that helps to keep safe work
practices at the front of your employee’s attention. It also provides an easy and accepted
method to document your ongoing safety program.
- As our clients, you can call us at any time throughout the year with any OSHA or
Workers’ Compensation questions and we will research them and get you the answers.
- We will make sure you have your current posters and OSHA Log 300s if you need them.
- We want your input! If you need a special topic that is unique to your business and is
not on the list, call us and we will research it and write it up for you at no charge.
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