Workplace Safety Quiz 2 | The Sign Shed

Workplace Safety Quiz 2

Do you know where your workplace hazards are and how to alert your employees and visitors?

Try these test workplace safety quiz questions and see whether you know what you're talking about or if you need more training.

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No smoking sign

Don’t let your business go up in flames

No smoking signs: don’t let your business go up in flames

Since July 2007, smoking has been prohibited in public areas and the regulations have required businesses to implement very specific signage in order to comply with the new laws. Failure to display the correct signage can result in a maximum fine of £1000, so it’s crucial that you learn about the important regulations.

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Ankle being bandaged

Wet floors: your responsibilities to keep customers safe

Slippery When Wet Customer Hazards

Highly visible ‘Caution: Wet Floor’ signs are frequently seen in public areas such as shops, schools and local authority buildings, even during the daytime when customer footfall is high. In an ideal world, businesses would delay cleaning until after working hours in order to ensure that members of the public are not required to walk over potentially slippery floors but this is not always possible.

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Food safety in catering

Food safety in the catering industry 

Working in the catering industry is an amazing career choice. The opportunities for career progression and variety are pretty much boundless if you love working with food. However, food safety is paramount to this. With risks such as food poisoning ever-present as a threat, not just to the health of customers, but to the reputation of the business you're employed with, it's extremely important to become suitably qualified and tuned in to the potential risks. Awareness of the hazards involved with catering will lead to a kitchen that is on the ball in the fight against contamination.

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