Commercial kitchens are exposed to a number of risks and hazards - from burns, cuts, and fractures to electrocution, slips, and fatigue. Identifying and minimising the risk of injury in a commercial kitchen will keep your staff safer and happier. Is your restaurant kitchen waiting for an accident to happen?
A swimming pool can provide years of fun and great memories for everyone in the family. Swimming also provides beneficial fitness, and teaches kids that healthy exercise can be fun. Swimming pools can also present real dangers, however. In most cases of accidental drowning, the child was out of their parent’s sight for less than five minutes.
Thinking of sticking to your New Year’s resolution and actually joining the gym this time? Way to go! We’ll make sure you look like a regular from the moment you walk through those doors by outlining the proper way to use the three most popular pieces of gym equipment.
We’ve all been under the care of a nurse before - whether it’s in hospital or as a small child receiving an injection. They’re trustworthy and caring, always seeking out what’s best for you and looking to make the doctor’s job as easy as possible... or at least that’s what we thought!
Car choice comes down to what you need and what you can afford. Low interest loans make new car buying affordable, and can be exactly what you need to present the right image to prospective customers.
Hospitality can be a good way to pay the bills while you’re studying, and a great way to develop skills you’ll need for other jobs. From the boardroom to the classroom, people like to be treated as a valued guest, so hospitality training is a good skill to have.
Knowing which cutlery to use may be a sign of ‘good breeding’, but knowing which knife to use in the kitchen is a sign that the food you cook is going to be good. No matter which fork you use or how you hold it, your skills in the kitchen are the ones that give your food that wow factor.
When you first join a gym, the other gym members can seem as intimidating as the machines. Gym instructors are great at telling you how to use the machines, but they don’t always explain the ins and outs of gym etiquette.
Even the most highly developed safety systems in the world are still going to fail if you can’t get the ‘people component’ right. To err is human, so building an effective safety system means trying to eradicate human error.