Maintaining Areas Of Your Restaurant Clean

Putting up a restaurant and maintaining it for daily operation requires a lot of effort coming from the owner and manager. Equal effort is also needed from the restaurant employees because their manpower is undeniably important to the related chores involved in restaurant management. As an owner or manager, it is essential that you take a look at the aspect of cleanliness and hygiene, among your employees and your restaurant space as well.

This means to say, cleanliness does prove, next to Godliness. Keep your restaurant clean and each object in it to make sure that you maintain a healthy and conducive environment both for your staff and customers. Add to this also, the impression that you will be imposing to your regular customers and even the new diners.

Maintaining a clean restaurant and surrounding is a lot of hard work but you can do more than what is expected if you properly orient your staff. From day one of employment, emphasize how important it is for them to keep everything in their path clean. This includes the area from the kitchen to the counter and the tables of each customer. To maintain the customers' area spic-and-span, always start the day before opening the restaurant by cleaning the floor up to the ceiling. The doors, windows, fans, tables, screens and even the walls should all be checked for any necessary repair. All should be functional to the convenience both of the customers and employees.

Dust and grease are also the top culprits for causing you a dirty establishment. The kitchen tools such as the oven, stove, chopping boards, knives, cutters, can openers and many others are always exposed directly to dirt since these are the tools and this is the area of the restaurant exposed to all germs coming from different produce, cans and containers. If you want to serve clean and good food, keep your kitchen an ideal place for your food storage. When you earn the credit for doing so, share it with your staff.

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