OSHA Restaurant Safety: Electrical Safety (Spanish)

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With all electrical equipment operations there is the threat of electrocution.

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Language: Spanish
Country: United States of America

Restaurant employees face the danger of electrocution, or even death when working around electrical equipment particularly in commercial kitchens. The hazardous conditions which pose the greatest threat are: Worn electrical cords. Wet cleaning practices. Faulty wiring or equipment. Damaged outlets or connectors. Improperly used or damaged extension cords. Employees can prevent electrocution by following the DOS and DON’TS given in the OSHA Restaurant Safety: Electrical Safety (Spanish) mobile app. This app is in Spanish. If you have agreed to share an app and then later change your mind, no worries, we can pull it out of the Application Store.

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