News Archive for food and beverage industry

Leisure and Hospitality workplace safety USA
The National Safety Council 2017 Injury Facts report shows over 333,000 Leisure and Hospitality workers suffered nonfatal injuries or illnesses that necessitated days off work during 2014. The Leisure and Hospitality sector employed 13,490,000 people in 2014, of which 13,077,000 were private sector employees. In their report the Leisure sector includes establishments that provide arts, entertainment, and recreation experiences such as theatre, dance, music, and spectator sports, museums, zoos, amusement and theme...Read More

Agriculture Industry National Safe Work Month
With around 15% of all Australian worker fatalities occurring in agricultural industries, it's a major focus for October's National Safe Work Month. Statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia during 2011-2012 and 2015-2016 show that in the Agriculture industry there were on average 2,800 serious workers compensation claims each year - 20% were caused by livestock, 12% were muscular injuries sustained from handling objects and 11% of injuries were...Read More

NO SAFEWORKLOGO National Safe Work Month - Food and Accommodation Industries
October is National Safe Work Month, focusing on reducing injuries and fatalities in Australia's work places throughout the year. Statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia during 2011-2012 and 2015-2016 show that in the Accommodation & Food Service industries there were on average 6,600 serious workers compensation claims each year, 15% of which muscular injuries sustained from heavy lifting and 19% from same-level falls, often due to wet and...Read More

Farm Safety Australia
Farming is often overlooked by the general public when it comes to the perception of high-risk occupations, but according to Safe Work Australia between 15% to 12% of Australian worker fatalities occurred in the farming industry during 2009-2015 (source: safeworkaustralia.gov.au). These figures are all the more concerning when you realise 15% of fatalities are occurring in an industry that only makes up 2% of Australian workers (source: www.employment.gov.au). These statistics have...Read More

Food and Beverage First Aid Kits Australia & NZ
Both the US and Canda have strict First Aid requirements for businesses that handle food, be they small foodservice businesses such as Cafes and Restaurants, Grocery stores of all sizes and large-scale food-processing industries such as abattoirs, frozen-food processors and factory kitchens turning ingredients into packaged foodstuffs from tinned foods to pre-prepared salads. Aero Healthcare has Food Standards approved First Aid Kits - all our Food-Grade First Aid Kit contents comply with new ANSI Z308....Read More

Food and Beverage First Aid Kits
Australia and New Zealand have strict First Aid requirements for businesses that handle food, be they small foodservice businesses such as Cafes and Restaurants, Grocery stores of all sizes and large-scale food-processing industries such as abattoirs, frozen-food processors and factory kitchens turning ingredients into packaged foodstuffs from tinned foods to pre-prepared salads. Aero Healthcare has Food Standards Australia New Zealand approved First Aid Kits in a tough metal cabinets sized to suit your...Read More

Food Industry First Aid Kit ANSI Z308.1-2015 OSHA regulations
Created to comply with regulations for the Food and Beverage industry, this tough heavy-duty metal cabinet can be wall-mounted or carried by a strong handle. The construction of the First Aid Cabinet includes strong hinges that cover the full height of the door, ensuring it never bends or sags - and can be closed easily every time. A simple to use quality metal clasp keeps the cabinet securely fastened shut, avoiding accidental opening of...Read More