Author Archives: Sherry Eastburn

About Sherry Eastburn

Sherry is a graduate of Washburn University with over 15 years of experience in the insurance industry, including: customer service, sales, agent, marketing, premium audit and loss control. She has spent the past six years working as a Risk Control Field Representative.

Preventing Cuts in the Restaurant Kitchen: Safe Slicing!

The most common accident in restaurant kitchens are cuts – specifically, finger cuts. This can be costly for an employer due to medical expenses, employee time off of work, and increased workers compensation premiums. Reduce the likelihood of finger cuts occurring at your restaurant by implementing a plan to address the hazard. (more…)

Improve the Effectiveness of Your Alarm System

Business owners can lower the chances of large property losses, production delays, material loss, or even a total loss of their business with preventive measures. One such tool to lower the risk factor is the installation of an alarm system. An alarm system alerts those individuals on-site and it can send a signal to a monitoring service company. Alarm systems help deter potential break-ins, keep customers and employees safe during emergency situations, and provides quick notification allowing for faster response times. (more…)

5 Steps to Clean Kitchen Grease Filters

The use of commercial cooking equipment generates grease laden vapors. Commercial grade metal baffle filters should be installed in the kitchen hood above the cooking line to capture this grease before it enters the exhaust system. Grease is highly combustible and poses a fire hazard if allowed to accumulate, so it is important that these filters be cleaned on a regular basis.

When do I clean my Grease Filter? (more…)