Health and Security
Occupation and Safety
Health and Safety
Occupation and Security
Reduced production costs
Improved production control
Materials and parts are conserved
Accidents are increased
Traffic flow is facilitated
All counter tops to be wiped down and 'sticky' labels removed.
Wipe down all scales and cash registers.
Wipe down all refrigeration cabinets.
Strip and seal your floors
Do a spot check on all hand baskets and trolleys
Give all your hand baskets and trolleys a thorough cleaning
Gondola feet and bases of refrigeration cabinets.
All permanent signage, canopies, and overhangs.
All checkout points wiped down and tidied up
Have local essential telephone numbers available.
Ensure that all electrical appliances used and sold are safe
Make sure that floors are free from spillages
Draw up a "security plan".
All emergency doors should be able to open inwards;
All doors and exits where people are constantly working should be kept clear for emergency evacuation;
There should be easy access to outer escape exits;
Staircases should have proper handrails;
Staircases which are going to be used as fire escapes must not be constructed of combustible materials;
Staircases and passages must be constructed in such a manner that they can be easily negotiated and that easy exit can be facilitated;
Cigarette ends and half-smoked cigarettes;
Use of litter bins
Radiant heaters placed near combustible material.
Fire extinguishers that are inappropriate to the type of fire hazard in the area;