Restaurant Industry Safety & Health - Office and Administrative Support

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Employee exposure to slips/trips/falls from slipping on foods or liquids that have fallen to the floor or drain covers that have come off may also be a problem.

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Information For:

  • Managers.
  • Administrative/Office Support staff.
  • Restaurant customer care representatives.

Every office is a unique workplace, but typical prevention topics for offices include repetitive work and awkward postures; slips and falls; contact with potentially hazardous chemicals; clutter that can cause tripping or obscure exits or pathways; electrical shock or fires from bad wiring and damaged plugs, cords, or outlets; and first aid preparedness.

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