Health and safety
- Employees and elpoyers in a catering business have certain rules to obide by to keep customers and staff safe and healthy.
Health and safety work act:
- The health and safety work at work act (HASAWA) is a law to keep people safe and healthy.
- It protects people in a catering industry.
- Within the law it gives employers rules that they must follow and obide by.
- For example: The workspace is safe, well lit and not too hot or cold.
- Staff and employees are properly trained.
- All equipment must be safe to use.
- There is an appropiate fire policy.
- First aid is available.
- Staff are also required to look after themselves and not put others at risk.
Health and safety signs:
- Health and safety signs instruct workers on what to do and what not to do.
- Signs prevent people and themselves from injury.
- Usually signs are coloured which…
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