Tips for Safe and Successful Curbside Dining
As warmer weather rolls in, restauranteurs across the country are initiating or relaunching outdoor dining operations. Browse our tips for keeping your outdoor dining exposures to a minimum.LEARN MORE
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At USLI and Devon Park Specialty, our goal is to get the information we need up front to insure your business properly and comprehensively with potential risks and hazards in mind. Some of the most important pieces of information we seek include your building’s construction type and age, roof type and age, protection class, square footage, plumbing type, and if you’ve had any prior claims. Browse our CLUE resources to ensure you’re providing the most accurate information when applying for insurance coverage.
Are you dealing with personnel issues? Representatives are available from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eastern time daily to answer your human resources questions.
It's important to respond to the scene of a cardiac arrest or another injury with immediate trained action to increase the likelihood of a victim’s survival. ProTrainings offers online CPR and first aid training and certification at a 20% discounted rate.
After watching the online training videos and passing a multiple choice test, ProTrainings will ship a low-cost mannequin right to your doorstep so you can complete your hands-on skill evaluation with a certified instructor over videoconference at a time that's convenient for you.
Hurricanes can be disastrous because of the hazards they present, including high winds, hail, flooding, heavy rainfall and tornadoes.
Explore our resource for taking precautions and creating an emergency response plan.
The World Health Organization defines a pandemic as “the worldwide spread of a new disease.”
Read more about taking precautions, responding to a pandemic and establishing a remote servicing plan.
A tornado can be disastrous due to high winds, flying debris and extreme damage.
Learn the proper precautions to take when a tornado is predicted.
Winter weather can be disastrous due to the possibility of high winds, heavy snowfall, freezing temperatures, injuries and being stranded in a storm.
Discover the best ways to be proactive when a winter storm is predicted.
Wildfires can be disastrous because they spread quickly, are difficult to put out and release a lot of smoke.
In this guide, learn how to take precautions and stay safe.
The CDC offers guidance on navigating COVID-19.
The American Red Cross outlines simple actions you can take to prepare for disasters and emergencies, such as COVID-19.
This toolkit gives you access to business continuity forms that will assist you with disaster planning and recovery.
Visit this website to identify the natural hazards that could put your business at risk.
OSHA's on-site consultation program offers confidential safety and occupational health advice to small and midsize businesses in all states, with priority given to high-hazard worksites. Consultants from state agencies or universities work with employers to identify workplace hazards, provide advice on compliance with OSHA standards, and assist in establishing injury and illness prevention programs.
Develop disease preparedness response plans to keep your employees, their families and the public safe.
Access pandemic tip sheets, free educational podcasts and more, and get answers to your questions today.
For only $11 per server, LiquorTraining.com offers your staff training in the responsible sale and service of alcohol. Certifications last for three years. Protect your business and employees — and save money in the process.
Get your food handlers and food managers certified with StateFoodSafety. All training takes place online, and StateFoodSafety is approved by more health departments than any other food safety training program.
A vital part of loss control is identifying and removing or correcting unsafe activities or conditions before a loss occurs. This safety checklist is a tool to help you identify some areas that may need attention.
If you're a restaurant owner, you've invested time and money into getting the proper commercial cooking equipment installed inside your establishment.
In this video, uncover five tips you can implement to keep your commercial cooking equipment running safely and effectively.
Food trucks have become a popular way for entrepreneurs to get their businesses off the ground, but these mobile restaurants are at an increased risk of fire hazard. Read our tips to ensure the safety of your food truck business.
Follow our five fire safety tips to keep your commercial cooking equipment running safely and effectively while greatly reducing the chances of a fire starting or spreading from your kitchen.
Keep outdoor dining exposures to a minimum and learn about new hazards you may have not faced as a restaurant owner.
Use the sample incident reporting form to capture and document information and remind employees of best practices in the event of an incident.
This pledge can be used by management to raise employee awareness about their responsibility in the safe sale and service of alcohol.
Take inventory of your establishment and possible hazards to better recognize improvement areas and put a plan in place to correct those conditions before a loss occurs.
This resource defines the different types of audits performed and can assist you in understanding what to expect once an audit is scheduled.
Running a business or nonprofit that is geared toward a youthful demographic has its own unique challenges. The following resources can help you navigate through issues such as permission slip collection, concussion awareness, sexual abuse prevention and more..
Things can happen, but many of them can be prevented. Review our loss control notice and safety checklist to take an inventory of your operation and possible hazards. It can help you identify areas that may need improvement, as well as a plan to help you fix those areas to make the environment safer for children.
This guide provides policies and procedures for screening employees and volunteers and interactions between individuals, monitoring behavior, ensuring safe environments and responding to inappropriate behavior, breaches in policy and allegations and suspicions of abuse, along with child sexual abuse prevention training.
This site provides videos, articles and training information to help prevent child abuse and neglect.
These free online videos are available to coaches, parents and others who want to learn more about concussion awareness.
Access your state's laws on practices to prevent concussions during youth sports.
Download this sample waiver to use as as basis for creating your own waiver. Waivers can help protect an organization against future potential lawsuits and allow parents to acknowledge the risk of their child's involvement in team sports.