Kitchen safety training is something from which everyone that works in a kitchen setting can benefit. Wet floors, knives, steamers, mixers, slicers, grinders, dish machines, hot surfaces and fryers are just a few of the potential hazards present in a kitchen setting of a restaurant or other foodservice industry.
There are many opportunities for accidents and injuries to occur in a restaurant or kitchen. This is especially true when the lunch or dinner "rush" is on. A small piece of lettuce on the floor of a kitchen can be a very dangerous slip hazard and even more so when everyone is rushing around and is less likely to notice it-- until someone slips on it and falls. This video program will discuss a variety of potential safety hazards in the kitchen.
The Safety Orientation for Foodservice Training video is 16 minutes and addresses the major areas needed to comply with the standard, including:
- Slips, Trips & Falls
- Lifting & Posture
- Fire Safety
- Electrical Safety
- Chemical Safety
- Knives, Slicers & Other Sharp Items
- Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing
- First Aid