LOSH offers safety training sessions for restaurant managers and supervisors and helping them to address safety hazards in the workplace, develop a company safety plan, and be in compliance with Cal/OSHA regulations. These interactive trainings last roughly two hours and are free of charge for all participants.
Managers and Supervisors Learn:
How to identify safety hazards in their restaurant
How to create a safety program and pass on knowledge to employees
Ways to prevent injuries such as burns, cuts, slips, falls, and ergonomic hazards
Actions to prevent robberies, and assaults
How to stay in compliance with Cal/OSHA standards
The labor laws relevant to hiring young workers
Participants receive a certificate of completion from UCLA and the California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers Compensation that can proudly be framed and shown to restaurant visitors.
“The program was a great experience for my employees. I learned from them regarding the safety measures they felt was necessary for the restaurant. It worked out! I took their suggestion and implemented the changes. This seminar empowered the employees so much that they choose a team leader within themselves to conduct monthly Safety meetings. This seminar was certainly a morale booster!”
“This was the first time we ever had a safety meeting. I learned about things from my co workers I hadn’t thought about, like to shout out when I am taking something from the oven, or where to store my knives so no one accidentally gets cut.”
For more information about this program or to schedule a customized training please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.