Hotel-Motel Industry Safety & Health - Restaurant


Photo public domain. Carry items close to your body, and don't block the view of where you are going

Carry items close to your body, and don't block the view of where you are going.

Photo public domain.

Every day, workers in large hotels with restaurants can be exposed to hazards such as the following:

  • Burns (fires, hot oils).
  • Cuts and lacerations.
  • Slips and trips.
  • Sprains and strains.

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  • Bloodborne pathogens.
  • Chemicals.
  • Electrical (damaged cords, missing face plates).
  • Falls (from ladders, stools).
  • Moving and rotating mechanical parts (industrial mixers).
  • Sharp objects (knives, cutting machinery, meat slicers).
  • Violence in the workplace.

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