Food service is a highly-competitive industry, and the rush to meet customer demand can sometimes lead to mistakes being made. Let your staff know how highly you prioritize safety in the workplace, and ensure they are properly trained on the necessary precautions they should take while on the job.
Burns, for example, are a regrettably common kitchen occurrence, but can be avoided with proper training and maintenance. Make sure your staff know to clean all grease spills and other residue from kitchen surfaces regularly, and to wear proper safety equipment when operating hot equipment, such as aprons and mitts. You’ll be creating a safer environment for your employees, and be working to prevent potential workplace fire hazards.
As the owner of a commercial kitchen, there are many areas of maintenance you or your staff can perform to keep your equipment running well. Below are some common practices you can perform yourself to maintain your equipment:
For all of these procedures, please consult your equipment manual for detailed maintenance instructions specific to your model.
If you’re wanting the peace of mind and speed that comes with top-rated professional services, contact Gammon’s HVACR today to chat with us about our professional maintenance services. Through our Complete Care Program, we can provide your business with installation, repair, and maintenance services for all hot-side and cold-side equipment. Our goal is to provide you with excellent maintenance service now, so you can avoid costly repairs or replacements down the road.
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Our certified master technicians have the knowledge and expertise to work on equipment from many different manufacturers in the food service industry. Rely on us for fast and dependable service. Whether you need walk-in cooler repair or commercial freezer repair, trust Gammon’s HVACR & Food Equipment Repair to do the job professionally. Contact us today!
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