Tag Archives: hospitality

Photo of an outdoor curbside patio of a restaurant, with a barrier in place to protect patrons from traffic.

Workers on curbside patios face hazards of working near traffic, and employers must assess the risk, to keep workers and customers safe.  B.C.’s annual summer Cone Zone campaign reminds drivers to slow down and move over when they see people working on the roadside. You might picture road-maintenance crews, first responders, municipal workers, and construction […]

Happy man in suit gives documents to woman at hotel registration desk while wearing masks.

B.C. hotels are using touchless check-in technology, enhanced cleaning procedures, and other safety solutions for workers and guests.  Touchless or contact-free technology has been around for many years, but it’s become more beneficial than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for the accommodation industry. “A couple of years ago, industry was talking about touchless check-in, […]

Photo of a person wearing a mask serving a customer at a food truck.

New videos share propane safety tips for operators of food trucks and mobile kitchens.  Food trucks were growing in popularity even before the COVID-19 pandemic. But now that dining and food service has moved primarily outside as part of B.C. health orders, food trucks are more popular than ever. These meals on wheels appeal to […]