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Preventing Burn Injuries - Restaurants & Food Service
10 min, 2011, Safety Source
The food service industry employs approximately 6.5 million workers in the United States and comprises one of the largest groups of workers injured on the job each year. Food service employees experience roughly 12,000 burn injuries each year, the highest of any employment sector. These injuries and illnesses are costly and damaging, both for the employee and for the employer. This video training program is designed to train employees on the hazards of burn injuries and what steps they can take during their work shift to avoid them.
Safe Food Handling
22 min, 2011, Safety Source
According to the CDC, every year in the US, 48 million people are infected with a food borne illness, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 people die. Nobody wants this to happen; and, with proper training in safe food handling, it doesn't have to. Foodborne illnesses can be prevented by insuring your employees are properly trained on basic food safety procedures. This program is targeted at everyone involved in the preparation, handling or service of food and outlines what these basic procedures are. It can assist employers on documenting employee training if required by their local health agency.
Safe Food Handling California Version
24 min, 2011, Safety Source
According to the CDC, every year in the US, 48 million people are infected with a food borne illness, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 people die. Nobody wants this to happen; and, with proper training in safe food handling, it doesn_t have to. Foodborne illnesses can be prevented by insuring your employees are properly trained on basic food safety procedures. This program is targeted at everyone involved in the preparation, handling or service of food and outlines what these basic procedures are. In most of California, employers are responsible for maintaining records documenting that each food handler employed by them possesses a valid food handler card. These records must be provided to the state or local enforcement officer upon request.
Safety Orientation for Restaurants
15 min, 2010, Safety Source
The restaurant environment can be challenging with many potential safety hazards. This video is designed to educate associates in ways they can mitigate these hazards and work safely. Program provides overview training on a variety of topics.
Hazard Communications for Restaurants
11 min, 2010, Safety Source
Chemicals can be found in every work environment, including restaurants. OSHA mandates that all employees be trained in the safe use, storage and handling of these materials. This video details material safety data sheets, container labeling and basic chemical safety. Information is presented in a clear, concise manner that is effective and easy to understand.
Preventing Slips & Falls for Restaurants
9 min, 2010, Safety Source
Restaurants are busy places with a lot of activity and foot traffic. Not just out front with guests and staff, but in the back of house as well. Personal safety, the safety of fellow team members and the safety of our guests is a top priority. One way to make the restaurant a safer place for everyone is by preventing slips, trips and falls. Slips, trips and falls are some of the most common incidents in the restaurant industry and it doesn_t have to be that way. Why? Because slips, trips and falls are almost always preventable. This program shows you how.
Food Security Awareness - First Line of Defense
35 min., 2006, JJ Keller
With this training program, you can have an immediate improvement on plant security with very little time all while helping maximize the effectiveness of your overall security investment. Reinforce the importance of security awareness in all phases of product handling from receiving ingredients to processing and shipping.
Bus Persons, Dishwashers and Janitor Safety - Hospitality
14 min., Safety Source
Hospitality workers encounter a significant amount of daily risk in their jobs. With this thorough video that illustrates preventative safety measures, workers will be able to maintain a safer work environment for everyone, including your customers.
Dishwashers - Safe Work Practices
4 min., Safety Source
Dishwashers work in a unique setting that requires extra attention to safety. This program addresses specific dish washing hazards, and increases awareness of personal safety while working in the dish area.
10 min, 2003, Safety Source
New and experienced kitchen staff will benefit from watching this program as they learn the potential hazards present in the kitchen environment and what action to take to reduce the risk of accidents or injuries.
A Recipe For Food Safety Success
23 min, 2002, JJ Keller
Make certain your food processing employees have a solid understanding of both their role in food safety and food safety practices with this video in the format of a TV magazines broadcast.
Kitchen Safety - When Fire Strikes
15 min., Leader's Guide, 1996, Training Network
Another excellent fire safety video from the award winning produces of 'Fire in the Workplace'. This must have guide, designed for kitchen employees, trains workers on preventing kitchen fires and having a safe evacuation in a fire emergency.
Safety In The Kitchen
23 min, 1996, Meridian Education
Ensures safety and sanitation procedures are strictly practiced, and also covers burns, scalds, cuts, and wounds.
13 min., 1996, Training Network
Designed specifically for the restaurant industry, this video satisfies OSHA Hazcom training requirements and will increase your employee_s awareness that mishandled chemicals can cause property damage, injuries, even death.
13 min., 1995, Training Network
Kitchens can be dangers places to work and there are many ways an employee can get hurt in this accident-prone work environment. This video covers many kitchen safety tips and will increase your employees_ awareness of the potential hazards while working in all types of commercial kitchens.
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