When it comes to safety, you can never be too careful. Safety tactics should always be evolving to meet the new codes and compliances as well as enhance your safety standards. Check out these tips and reminders to help you keep your codes up to speed:
Workplace Hero’s come in all shapes and sizes, but what’s the one thing they all have in common? Their ability to get the job done and make their workplace a happier, more productive, and more efficient place to be, day in and day out. Enter the #workplaceherocontest for your chance to win an Amazon gift card.
Today we’re going to give you our top four solutions to curing your tootsie troubles. Check out the video below to learn some quick and simple tricks to treating your foot pain. All you will need are a few common house-hold items and your feet will be good as new!
Today we want to help you get prepared for the inevitable workplace injuries. The applicable minimum standard for workplace first-aid kits is ANSI Z308.1-2003. A type 1 kit, which is designed to sit on a shelf, is adequate for indoor business settings. This is a great place to start when building your restaurants first aid kit. Read on to learn what supplies you need to have a well-stocked kitchen first aid kit!
Nurses have one of the most demanding jobs in the workforce. They work long shifts with little downtime (hence the twelve-hour shifts), stand on their feet in nursing shoes all day, and are dedicated to helping others, no matter what the situation may be. Read more to learn more about a typical workday for a nurse!
Article by Emily Bennett Each day we use our feet and don’t think twice about it. Whether we’re standing for hours on end, walking around, working or even resting, our feet are always taking the brunt of our day-to-day lives. They do so much for us, but how much do we...
You know what a busy night at a restaurant is like, orders are being called, bells being rung, ‘BEHIND!’ being shouted as you cross the kitchen. Working in a restaurant requires long hours and constant motion, whether you’re a waiter or waitress, “busser”, chef or manager, you are always moving during a meal rush. Without an understanding of safety threats and prevention techniques, you could find yourself with serious injuries and hefty financial losses. Here are some kitchen safety tips for preventing accidents and make your restaurant safer.
Slips happen. No matter how careful you try to be or how many safety meetings you sit through, they still happen. As you will notice, wearing no-slip shoes cannot prevent some of these causes. However, knowing what to look for might be all it takes to prevent a slip and fall accident.
It’s no surprise that wet tile, laminate, and hard wood floors are a major cause for accidents in the workplace, but did you know that polished floors such as marble or ceramic tile can be extremely slippery even when they’re dry?
Article by Emily Bennett As we all know, working on your feet all day can do a number on your feet and legs. Whether you’re wearing restaurant shoes, medical shoes, or slip resistant boots, making an extra effort to take care of your feet and legs can go a long way...
What happens when you’ve had your work shoes for years and they have lasted you countless shifts and they are slowly telling you that they’re ready for retirement? If you realize that you are running into these issues with your work shoes, then head over to the srmax.com website and see what shoes may be best for your industry.
Whether you’re working part time to earn some extra cash or you’re a seasoned veteran to the serving game, you know that being a server can very rough on your body. Here are some of our popular slip resistant restaurant shoes.
There are several factors and tests that go into making a great slip resistant work shoe. The distinguishing features of a slip resistant shoe are the outsole design, tread pattern, and material used in the outsole.
Imagine you purchased an item for a specific task, only to find out that it wasn’t the right item. Perhaps you only had a sponge and bucket to wash the outside of your house, or you brought a baseball bat to play golf. Would you try to do the job with the wrong equipment anyway?
If you are looking to buy a pair of safety shoes for work, you have probably seen the following terms: “slip resistant shoes”, “anti-slip shoes”, “no slip shoes”, “non-slip shoes”, “slip proof shoes” and many more. What do they all mean and how are they different??
Article by Brinklee Bailey If you missed the first part of this post about how to clean your slip resistant shoe upper, be sure to check it out, and then come back to read this post! There are two parts to cleaning your slip resistant footwear. You must clean the...
With every step you take, SolePower’s technology combined with SR Max/ Saf-Gard’s original work boot and MaxTrax™ outsole, one of the most efficient and safest work boots is born.
“What exactly is an overshoe?” We’re so glad you asked. An overshoe is a more affordable alternative to a slip resistant work shoe. They are protective shoe coverings that are typically made from a waterproof material and will protect your shoe, as well as your foot, underneath.