Health and safety in a workplace kitchen is as important as the rest of the workplace. But it's often overlooked because we all know how to be safe in a kitchen, don't we? And it's just housekeeping, isn't it?
Kitchen safety is essential if you don't want accidents or a fire. Have you trained every employee in fire prevention? What about first aid training? And don't forget the first aid refresher courses every two years! Do you have fire extinguishers and a fire blanket?
Kitchen safety at work is underrated. Here's how you can make your workplace kitchen a safer place for your employees…
Have you ever seen someone with burns from a kitchen fire? How many times have you accidentally scalded yourself? Plus, think about how dangerous sharp knives and broken plates or glass lying around can be.
In a kitchen, you have your safety to take care of, and your co-workers' as well. Prevention is better than any cure. A kitchen is a dangerous place to begin with. But you can make it safer by following a few rules. Let me elaborate