Posted: Oct 02, 2020
Restaurants were not made for fighting.
In recent months, there have been several incidents involving restaurant workers and customers who are angry over certain regulations that have been added since the coronavirus pandemic struck. Now, in an effort to protect employees, restaurants have been provided with training specifically designed to deescalate these situations.
The National Restaurant Association released a series of training videos through its ServSafe brand. These courses are designed specifically to handle customers who are upset by COVID-19 requirements.
On its website, ServSafe writes, “For 30 years, ServSafe has been at the forefront of preparing restaurant and foodservice workers to deliver safe dining experiences for their guests, while also keeping themselves safe. Because of the challenges presented by COVID-19, we have developed a number of free resources aimed at keeping our workers and the dining public safe.”
The course includes lessons on preparing for incidents, remaining aware, signs of escalation, how to stay calm, de-escalation techniques, how to assist others and when it’s time to get help.
By Micheal Hollan
Source and Complete Article by: foxnews.com
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