Many Canadian workers will require a WHMIS certificate at any time throughout their careers. That’s because a lot of jobs require employees to undergo and complete regular WHMIS training, usually every one or two years. Are you are wondering whether to get certified or not? If so think about the nature of your job before…

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Are you working in food business? Then you definitely need to take up a food safety training course and pass the food handlers test. Many territories and provinces in Canada require every foodservice business to hire only Certified Food Handlers or to sign up their current team for a government-approved Food Handler Certification Course. You…

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Canadian Law requires anyone working with or close to hazardous materials must be WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) certified. The law also covers those who are working in a commercial kitchen or restaurant, as they are exposed to combustible materials (i.e., gas for cooking) and a fire. If you own or manage a restaurant,…

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Canada’s National Food Safety Training Program trains and certifies employees working in food service establishments—including full service, quick-service, independent, and chains—to meet the national food safety standards.  If you own a business in the food service sector, then it’s very important to invest in these training programs for your workers.  After all, there is simply…

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The power of the restaurant manager is to create favourable conditions for creative work and freedom of expression and action from all team members.  People usually say that they accept teamwork but only a few of them actually know its function, principles, and rules. If you are looking for ways to help your restaurant team…

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Food safety is essential if you want to ensure safety and establish trust with your customers. Food handlers must be particularly trained on hygiene to make sure that the safety of food is not compromised. The best way to learn about safe food handling is by signing up for a course. You can find a…

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It is estimated that 35 million Canadians have food allergies. The most common allergens among all ages are shellfish, peanuts, and eggs. Allergies are a natural immune response; however, more severe cases can impact one’s daily life and lead to life-threatening symptoms. Food business owners need to be aware of the various allergens that can…

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Canadian employees spend an average of 40 hours a week in the workplace. Employers are mandated to ensure that their work areas are safe from dangerous situations. Still, over 4 million Canadians suffer from workplace-related injuries every year. It’s no surprise that most workplace-related injuries happen in the equipment operation industry and the medical field.…

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There are over 40,000 full-service restaurants in Canada. The industry is worth about 33 billion dollars and employs almost half a million people. Because of this, strict government regulations are in place to ensure the safety of each food establishment in the country. Food businesses are not immune to safety hazards. There are potential risks…

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