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How to Prevent the Risk of Sexual Harassment in Your Workplace

Your staff are one of the great assets of your business and one of the main ingredients to success, but why do many businesspeople tend to fail to protect their employees? Taking care of your employees is necessary, as workers are just as important as your customers. Several factors that employment-related claims are harassment, injured employee, discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, lack of advancement, wrongful discipline. More claims of sexual harassment are filed in the restaurant industry than...

Food Safety Guidelines

Food plays an integral part in supplying us with nutrients for health and energy. It also enhances our physical health and mental health. As a restaurant you have a responsibility to your employees and customers. How can we ensure that we are getting safe food that is free from foodborne diseases? Did You Know?  One in six Americans (equivalent to 48 million people) gets sick each...

Knife Safety Training

Knives are necessary tools in many workplaces especially in the food and beverage industry. It is essential that your staff know to follow the safety rules on how to handle them correctly. One wrong move could turn disastrous in an instant. The Washington State Dept. of Labor and Industries recommends some tips to keep your staff safe in your workplace in using knife. Never touch knife blades. Keep knives well-maintained and sharpened, and let other staff know when knives are newly sharpened. Cut in the direction away from your...

Top 10 Health Code Violations

As a restaurant you must ensure the right safety systems and precautions in your place. Plus, you won’t have to stress out and frustrated every time your local health inspector visits your restaurant. Also, to keep everything in place and for the safety of your guests and your staff.   There are different rules for health code violations and health code inspections in every state and country. As general...

Ways to Reduce Slips, Trips, and Falls in your Workplace

Slips, trips, and falls are the leading cause of general workplace accidents can cause pain, chaotic and embarrassment when people are watching, and can also lead to lawsuits. As a matter of fact, the most common causes of workers’ compensation claims are slips, trips, and falls in the workplace. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there are almost 700 fatalities per year caused by slips, trips, and falls. Fortunately, there are many ways you can proactively manage your workplace environment to decrease the risk of injury...