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Nobody wants to find out that their food has been handled by someone sick with vomiting or diarrhea. The thought of eating food prepared or served by an ill food employee is more than unappetizing—it’s frightening. Unfortunately, reports show that 12% of food workers admit to having worked when they were sick. Perhaps you aren’t […]
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One of the most important rules in food preparation (other than always washing your hands, of course) is a rule that picky kids all over the world have been telling us for centuries: “Don’t let my food touch!” That’s right, it’s important to keep foods separated during storage and preparation. Separate all food from chemicals, […]
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Many restaurants and other food establishments use chemicals frequently, especially for cleaning and sanitizing. However, if chemicals are not used or stored safely, they create chemical hazards that can be dangerous to your customers and employees. Hang this Use Chemicals Safely Poster in your chemical closet and discuss the following 10 points with your employees to […]
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Did you know that not all safety experts agree on the best, safest way to lift heavy objects? Lifting technique can make all the difference in an employee’s health and safety. StateFoodSafety.com has put together resources to help employees lift safer and prevent injury. There are three different types of lifts that help employees with […]
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In our day-to-day work environment we do many different things, and some of these activities are dangerous when not done properly. You have probably heard of someone missing a week of work due to a back injury from lifting improperly while on the job, or someone tripping over a power chord or another obstacle. While working […]
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