OSHA recommends, and it is restaurant industry standard operating procedure, that areas such as hallways and stairs accessed by employees and customers be well lit. Outside areas, such as alleys, the back door, the dumpster area, and the parking lots should also be well illuminated to help protect the physical safety of those who are working, entering, or leaving the restaurant. Extra lighting and motion-detecting lighting systems should be installed around any areas that are dimly lit.
Howard’s areas of expertise pertaining to these industry sectors include, but are not limited to: Restaurant Slips, Trips & Falls; Premises Liability; Forensic Analysis; Alcohol Liability/Dram Shop; Lost Income; Royalty Disputes; Restaurant Discrimination; Customer Injuries; Wage & Labor Claims; Trade Secrets; Intellectual Property; Restaurant OSHA; Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); Food Safety & Contamination; Landlord Disputes; Restaurant Equipment; Training Neglect; Employee Injuries; Restaurant Safety & Security; Management Neglect; Franchise Disputes; Harassment; Restaurant Human Resources; Construction; Tip Claims; Restaurant Operations; Partnership Disputes; & More . . .
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