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7 Steps for Practicing Commercial Fryer Safety

This entry is part of 18 in the series Safe With Society

Using a deep fryer in a commercial kitchen can be a dangerous and daunting task. Fried food is popular in the U.S. and it’s no secret that the deep fryer is a cornerstone of most restaurant kitchens in America. Commercial fryers typically hold around six gallons of piping hot oil at a temperature of 375 degrees, making it immensely important to handle with care.

Whether you are churning out french fries to accompany a burger or fancy crab cakes, it’s important to train and empower employees to operate this dangerous piece of equipment safely.

Read, ‘Fire Prevention Maintenance for Deep Fryers

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Four Insurance Questions to Ask Before Leasing Commercial Property

You’ve found the perfect rental space for your business: prime location, low utility costs and ample space, all for a rental price that’s right on the money. But have you considered what property insurance you need?

To protect their property and shield themselves from liability, lessors can stipulate the types of insurance tenants must purchase. The result is that businesses sometimes get saddled with expensive or hard-to-find coverage.

Before you put your name on the lease, make sure you carefully review the details with a legal representative and ask yourself these important questions. (more…)