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Hospitality Industry Safety

Hospitality Industry Safety 7

Sanitation for Cafeteria Food Service Areas

Through someone’s carelessness, microorganisms were allowed to get on food, which can occur with chicken, beef, pork, and a variety of other foods.

Stresses cleanliness, personal hygiene for in plant cafeterias. Provides training in important areas of bacteria and insect/rodent control, temperatures and more.

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Hospitality Industry Safety 9

Hospitality Customer Service

Associates are the key to any company’s success. Each associate makes a difference, no matter what part of the facility you work. Treating customers with respect is expected. This program discusses the general accepted customer service standards.A fresh approach to quality customer service in the hospitality industry. This program is appropriate to all employees.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 10

High Rise Emergency Evacuation

Emergency preparedness should be done in the workplace and at home. This program covers evacuation procedures in emergency situations with emphasis on safety.

Do your employees know how to properly evacuate in case of emergency? Proper evacuation can be the difference between life and death in some instances.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 11

Bomb Threat Procedures

This program is only a guide in knowing what to do if there is a bomb threat. It’s important that you follow the organization’s policy and procedures.

Combine this with your emergency evacuation procedure as complimentary training and your employees will know what to do in case of a major incident or emergency!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 12

Knife Safety

Companies train employees on using knives – but it’s up to each employee to be aware and comply with company procedures. This program focuses on the use of knives with emphasis on safety.

Proper personal protective equipment is discussed as well as information on how to care, store and maintain knives.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 14

Hospitality Kitchen Safety

Many employees in the kitchen and food service industry are injured every year: Food handlers, cooks, waiters and waitresses, beverage servers and more. This program covers many aspects of safety in the restaurant kitchen. It’s a “must see” for any employees that work with knives, cooking utensils, slicers, cutters or any kitchen equipment. Program stresses the importance of proper handling & usage of kitchen equipment.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 15

Safe Travel Training Video

If you are traveling for business or pleasure, it means you will be staying overnight in a hotel or motel. There are potential risks when you travel. This program takes you through the process of making your trip pleasant and safe.

Promotes safety and security for all travelers.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 16

Hospitality—Fire Prevention

Do not put yourself and others in a dangerous situation in case of a fire. Exit the building if the fire gets out of hand. This program explains the different types and uses of fire extinguishers and fire prevention, and covers the basics of general fire prevention, conditions and requirements specific to the hospitality industry.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 17

Hospitality Maintenance Person Safety

Maintenance persons are expected to do the impossible in the shortest time and at least expense. They are an extremely important part of any organization. This program will cover Safety Data Sheets, machine guarding, protective equipment, lockout-tagout and working safely in this environment.

This program meets basic OSHA requirements for training maintenance personnel.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 18

Hospitality – Back Injury Prevention

Lifting safely is an important factor for all employees in the hospitality industry. This video addresses the many lifting hazards faced by employees everyday. Many different safe lifting techniques are explained and demonstrated from simple lifting to the more difficult tasks such as lifting items from under a table or off a rack.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 19

Hospitality—Housekeeping Safety

A safety orientation is required by OSHA to train in the “general hazards” an employee may be exposed to. This program includes the basic requirements of reporting to work as well as an overview of electrical safety, safe lifting, fire protection and much more!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 20

Hospitality Employee Safety Orientation

A safety orientation is required by OSHA to train in the “general hazards” an employee may be exposed to. This program includes the basic requirements of reporting to work as well as an overview of electrical safety, safe lifting, fire protection and much more!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 21

Hospitality Hazard Communications

This video is for training all employees who work with chemicals or hazardous materials in a hospitality work environment. With a focus on Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), chemical labeling and all the basic safety necessary for handling chemicals on the job. Hazard Communications because it’s not just your need to know, it’s your right to know!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 7

Sanitation for Cafeteria Food Service Areas

Through someone’s carelessness, microorganisms were allowed to get on food, which can occur with chicken, beef, pork, and a variety of other foods.

Stresses cleanliness, personal hygiene for in plant cafeterias. Provides training in important areas of bacteria and insect/rodent control, temperatures and more.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 9

Hospitality Customer Service

Associates are the key to any company’s success. Each associate makes a difference, no matter what part of the facility you work. Treating customers with respect is expected. This program discusses the general accepted customer service standards.A fresh approach to quality customer service in the hospitality industry. This program is appropriate to all employees.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 10

High Rise Emergency Evacuation

Emergency preparedness should be done in the workplace and at home. This program covers evacuation procedures in emergency situations with emphasis on safety.

Do your employees know how to properly evacuate in case of emergency? Proper evacuation can be the difference between life and death in some instances.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 11

Bomb Threat Procedures

This program is only a guide in knowing what to do if there is a bomb threat. It’s important that you follow the organization’s policy and procedures.

Combine this with your emergency evacuation procedure as complimentary training and your employees will know what to do in case of a major incident or emergency!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 12

Knife Safety

Companies train employees on using knives – but it’s up to each employee to be aware and comply with company procedures. This program focuses on the use of knives with emphasis on safety.

Proper personal protective equipment is discussed as well as information on how to care, store and maintain knives.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 14

Hospitality Kitchen Safety

Many employees in the kitchen and food service industry are injured every year: Food handlers, cooks, waiters and waitresses, beverage servers and more. This program covers many aspects of safety in the restaurant kitchen. It’s a “must see” for any employees that work with knives, cooking utensils, slicers, cutters or any kitchen equipment. Program stresses the importance of proper handling & usage of kitchen equipment.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 15

Safe Travel Training Video

If you are traveling for business or pleasure, it means you will be staying overnight in a hotel or motel. There are potential risks when you travel. This program takes you through the process of making your trip pleasant and safe.

Promotes safety and security for all travelers.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 16

Hospitality—Fire Prevention

Do not put yourself and others in a dangerous situation in case of a fire. Exit the building if the fire gets out of hand. This program explains the different types and uses of fire extinguishers and fire prevention, and covers the basics of general fire prevention, conditions and requirements specific to the hospitality industry.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 17

Hospitality Maintenance Person Safety

Maintenance persons are expected to do the impossible in the shortest time and at least expense. They are an extremely important part of any organization. This program will cover Safety Data Sheets, machine guarding, protective equipment, lockout-tagout and working safely in this environment.

This program meets basic OSHA requirements for training maintenance personnel.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 18

Hospitality – Back Injury Prevention

Lifting safely is an important factor for all employees in the hospitality industry. This video addresses the many lifting hazards faced by employees everyday. Many different safe lifting techniques are explained and demonstrated from simple lifting to the more difficult tasks such as lifting items from under a table or off a rack.

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 19

Hospitality—Housekeeping Safety

A safety orientation is required by OSHA to train in the “general hazards” an employee may be exposed to. This program includes the basic requirements of reporting to work as well as an overview of electrical safety, safe lifting, fire protection and much more!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 20

Hospitality Employee Safety Orientation

A safety orientation is required by OSHA to train in the “general hazards” an employee may be exposed to. This program includes the basic requirements of reporting to work as well as an overview of electrical safety, safe lifting, fire protection and much more!

Learn More or Order »
Hospitality Industry Safety 21

Hospitality Hazard Communications

This video is for training all employees who work with chemicals or hazardous materials in a hospitality work environment. With a focus on Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), chemical labeling and all the basic safety necessary for handling chemicals on the job. Hazard Communications because it’s not just your need to know, it’s your right to know!

Learn More or Order »