Working in the hospitality industry can be crazy at times. Which means that occasionally things can fall or spill or tasks are completed quickly and dangerously. Understanding the hazards involved when you complete your tasks can help you and others avoid injuries from instances such as slipping, tripping or falling.
In this Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) course, leading chef and Group General Manager of Food Operations at MAdE Establishment, Luke Croston, will help you understand the common causes of slips, trips, and falls in the hospitality industry and how to identify and avoid hazards.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Welcome – WHS Slips, trips and, falls
- Introduction to slips, trips, and falls
- Identify and prevent common slip hazards
- Identify and prevent common trip hazards
- Identify and prevent common fall hazards
- Reporting slips, trips, and falls
- Conclusion – WHS Slips, trips, and falls
As a hospitality worker, working in a busy and constantly moving environment is the norm. But this also means that accidents can happen. Whether it’s a glass or bottle being knocked over or a box sat in the wrong position, hazards can cause injuries. Learning to be aware of slip, trip or fall hazards is the first step in ensuring your workplace is a safer place.