Knife Safety in the Commercial Kitchen
Commercial cutlery, though essential in the kitchen, may pose an increased threat of injury to employees who have not been properly trained. Knowledge of how to correctly handle kitchen cutlery creates a safer and more efficient kitchen environment.
Cut Hazards in the Commercial Kitchen
An employee cutting their hand is a danger to everybody in the restaurant. Learn how employees can protect themselves from cuts and what OSHA requires employers to do to minimize the risks.
Top Ten Safety Tips for the Restaurant Employee
Though restaurant managers are responsible for properly training their employees on safe operating procedures, it is up to the employee to be mindful of their actions to minimize there risks. Here are some tips that all restaurant employees should keep in mind to protect themselves from harm.
Managing Operational Risks
Running a restaurant is risky business, plain and simple. Learn about some of the ways you can cut down on the operational risks you face as a restaurant owner or operator.