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Kitchen safety tips

Kitchen safety tips

As a chef or food service operator, safety in the kitchen might not be your top priority but it should never be ignored – so what are the essentials you need to keep in mind?

Kitchen discipline

  • Know the do's and don’ts
    Observe the proper decorum to prevent accidents, burns, slips, falls, cuts, machine injuries and other hazards in the kitchen.
  • Do things slowly, steadily, and carefully
    Don’t rush in the food preparation and cooking zones. If you need to serve your diners quickly, remember to do it steadily and carefully to avoid danger.
  • Use only the right tools
    Make sure everyone in the kitchen understands the correct ways to use various kitchen utensils and equipment. Always read the instructions before using to stay safe.

Things to avoid

  • Pay attention to the stove
    Don’t leave any cooking unattended.
  • No open flames
    Turn off the gas when you’re not using the stove.
  • Beware of hidden dangers
    Keep sharp and hot objects away to prevent any accident.

Must-haves in every kitchen

  • Fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • Safety shoes
Serving up tasty food safe for consumption

Serving up tasty food safe for consumption

Ensuring quality and taste is a must for all chefs. More importantly, chefs need to be responsible for food safety and maintaining high hygiene standards. At Unilever, we are committed to help chefs achieve that.

Want to learn more?

Want to learn more?

Click here to download a free copy of the UFS Food Safety Poster.