Safety in the Kitchen
Eating better and incorporating more fruits and vegetables into a meal plan is a great goal for every family. Employees may be spending more time in the kitchen because of it. Consider giving your employees some tips on being safe in their kitchen.
Preventing injuries, like cuts, burns, slips, trips and falls and kitchen ergonomics can all be included in your healthy eating communications. By changing simple behaviors in the kitchen, employees can reduce their risk and their families’ risk of injury and reap all the great benefits of healthy eating.
Tips to stay safe in the kitchen
Prevent cuts by:
Prevent burns by:
Prevent slips, trips and falls by:
Kitchen Ergonomics: Use ergonomically friendly kitchen items and behaviors to prevent injuries.
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