When you consider a food related business and a kitchen space’s inherent dangers this should make you eager to diminish the risks that present themselves to your team and customers.
You’ll appreciate the duty of care and that if health and safety legislation isn’t adhered to and staff aren’t educated you are not meeting your responsibilities.
So why do some business owners and managers in the industry neglect training, health and safety auditing and risk the wellbeing of people who place their trust in them to maximize food hygiene, health and safety and to control risks?
There are business’ which excel and there are others which languish in an unsafe state. If you aren’t in an exceptionally rare enterprise that never suffers a lapse in health and safety or has employees who seldom make a mistake then you should seek health and safety training, food safety courses and implement regular health and safety auditing programmes.
There are varying levels of health and safety training and food safety courses available from industry leaders including London based Food Alert.
All employees, trainee to supervisor and part time to full time, should mandatorily receive the training. If an employee has not received training in the last three years, it’s recommended that courses are taken again.
The level 2 CIEH Health and Safety training course:
The level 3 course outline for supervisors upwards:
Health and safety training or prosecution after an incident, which would you prefer?
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