Cleanliness is next to godliness. A restaurant’s cleanliness and sanitation is proven to be important in attracting new customers and returning ones. As a returning guest to OOKA, there floors are spotless, restrooms are tidy and the dinning tables are thoroughly sanitized. Keeping a restaurant clean is a big deal in the restaurant business. It’s just as important than providing customers with the best tasting meal. If a restaurant isn’t clean, there won’t be any customers even if the food is good. People will get an impression about a restaurant the moment they walk into the door. When I observed the décor of OOKA, it was attractive and appealing. I also thought to myself this is going to be expensive. The layout of the restaurant was well organized. The welcome booth was slightly off to the side, the waiting area was just beside it, the bar was neatly arranged, the planets were lively and fresh, the hibachi tables were huge and spacious and the room temperature set the mood. Cleanliness reflects stability. If a restaurant is built on cleanliness, customers will value the up keep and they’ll keep returning. Customer service is not just a job description, it’s attitude. Having this trait is very high in percentage when dining at a restaurant. Again, OOKA’s, servers are pleasant, communicative, effective and knowledgeable. When and if making reservations, there staff is quick to pick up the phone, they respond in a courteous and professional tone, they listen to your needs
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The general principals for environmental cleaning are to ensure the hospital environment is as clean as possible to reduce the risk of infection, and that all precautions are taken in accordance to legislation and Healthcare policy’s and guidelines. “To prevent the transfer of micro-organisms which may cause infection, and to prevent the transfer of foreign protein which may cause adverse reaction and pose the risk of spreading diseases e.g. vCJD. “
The Army has many standards that Soldiers must meet on a daily basis. Maintaining your barracks room to Army standards is a responsibility every Soldier must adhere to. It is extremely important to maintain the healthiness and cleanliness of one’s room.
There was no trash or litter surrounding the property and the building itself was very well maintained and welcoming. A survey cited in Mintel New (2013) found that 96% of customers considered cleanliness as one of the most vital factors of creating a welcoming atmosphere at a restaurant (p. 1). The perception of the group on the cleanliness of the exterior of the restaurant was acknowledged and an agreement was reached that the cleanliness of the restaurant was very inviting. The group then walked into the restaurant and the first impression of Miller’s Ale House was the inviting casual décor of the restaurant. The group was immediately impressed by the sports scene with large screen televisions cladding the walls. Also, observations were noted of the group’s perception on how clean the inside of the restaurant appeared. The friendly hostess seated the group at a table that was large, comfortable, and the seats and table appeared
The Army has many standards that Soldiers must meet. Maintaining your barracks room to Army standards is a responsibility every Soldier must adhere to. It is extremely important to maintain the healthiness and cleanliness of ones room
Any of these indications may flag a significant issue, which ought to be checked by a dental practitioner. At your dental visit: The dental specialist will get some information about your medicinal history to recognize fundamental conditions or hazard elements, (for example, smoking) that may add to periodontal illness. The dental practitioner or hygienist will inspect your gums and note any indications of irritation. The dental specialist or hygienist will utilize a little ruler called a "test" to check for periodontal pockets and to gauge any pockets. In a sound mouth, the profundity of these pockets is more often than not somewhere around 1 and 3 millimeters. The dental practitioner or hygienist may take a X-beam to see whether there is any bone misfortune, and
Industrial Hygienist are professional safety workers who monitor safety levels of noise, radiation, toxic and biological substances as well as other safety issues that could affect employees or the general public. To become an Industrial Hygienist one must pass an examination by the (AIHA) and the (ACGIH) to get the certification of Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH). An Environmental Engineer is a safety discipline in which the safety professional works with water, waste water and ecology they make sure that the environment as well as the public is not harmed by unsafe practices of a company. To be an Environmental Engineer you must have a college degree and extensive safety course work (Goetshc,2015). The Occupational Health Nurse helps
In the modern age of high-speed internet, self-driving cars and VR it’s easy to forget that some places in the world still don’t have fresh water, let alone plumbing. The average person uses between 80 and 100 gallons of water a day. If you drink the recommended 8 glasses per day that’s only 8 oz a glass, or 64 oz in total. Of those 80 to 100 gallons we use an average of 3 every time we flush the toilet, 5 gallons per minute in the shower, 36 gallons for a bath, 8-27 gallons while doing the dishes, 25 gallons for every load of laundry and another 2 gallons a minute if you’re doing any outdoor watering or filling a kiddy pool. By using a newer toilet, you can reduce the gallons per flush to about 1.6 gallons, and when using a water saving shower head you can reduce your use to about 2 gallons per minute. This may not seem like much of a difference, but it can make a big impact.
Customer service will take on a whole new meaning and will be thought of as the ‘guest experience.’ Staff will be referred to as team members (TM) and will be not only be trained in teamwork, menu, spirts/cocktails and concept, but in how to connect with their guests to provide, the guest experience, not just a meal. Subtleties like TM knowing how to converse with guests and connect by asking how their day was…and listening for the answer, or complimenting guests on something they are wearing to interacting with their children. TM will make sure to answer guest questions properly and not say things like, “I don’t know if that’s good or not, because I don’t eat meat, but a lot of people order it.” to something appropriate, such as, “The filet is one of our most popular items and is amazing, however one of my favorites is the spicy tuna on potato
Hands were wet by a running tap and antiseptic detergents or liquid soap (5ml was poured onto the hands, the technique consisted of five backwards and forwards strokes in the motion of; palm to palm, each palm over the other hand’s back, interlocking palm to palm, each palm over the other hand’s back interlocked and then the rotational scrubbing of the fingers into each palm finalised by the rubbing of the wrists during a 30-second time span. Then the hands were rinsed with water for 15-seconds and dried with two paper towels for 15-seconds. (Ayliffe et all, 1978) Whilst this technique has strict timescales the WHO elects the timescale of roughly the time taken to sing “Happy Birthday” twice. This raises concerns over the approximates as this will differ from person to person. The procedure itself remains nearly exact except from the addition of turning the tap off with a towel to avoid recontamination and the exact timings are lost. This technique only stated to use running water, however no temperature was specified. Hand Washing for Life (200-) advises that water should not be above 110F as this temperature would cause hands become damaged by loosing delicate tissues on the skin. This can cause bacteria to become trapped and more difficult to remove, as well as cause pain to the worker. It is a legal requirement for health professions to take the necessary measures to
Recent studies show that at any time, over 1.4 million people worldwide suffer from hospital-acquired infections (Public Health Ontario). In Canada alone, approximately 250 000 patients every year contract infectious micro-organisms from their healthcare providers (Nagel 18). At London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) we take pride in providing world class care in a safe, comfortable environment for patients. However, between 2008 and 2010 the LHSC still had between 20 and 30 per cent non-compliance to proper hand-washing protocol (Nagel 20). This data is very troubling considering it is following the launch of “Just Clean Your Hands” pilot project. As student nurses and volunteers of the LHSC team we are equally responsible to increase hand-washing compliance.
What is the one thing that all humans can agree on? Clean water. Then why are roughly 844 million people around the world living without access to clean water? (UN Water) As simple as it may seem, there are complex layers that have overlapped for generations, leading to an endless cycle of poverty. The scarcity of water contributes to issues in health, education, and poverty. Water impacts nearly every aspect of life; however, the most shocking fact is that we already have the solutions to provide safe water. The first obstacle that we must overcome is the allocation of resources. Now, more than ever, we have access to the world’s finest research and technology that could very easily end the water crisis. The solution to the water crisis starts with spreading awareness and reaching out to generous donors. Proper funding can be raised to reach the goals of charities across the globe. Sustainable clean water technology can be distributed to some of the most poverty-stricken countries in the world, such as Ethiopia, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, which all have populations of over fifty percent living without improved drink water sources. (Africa Development Information) I believe we have the means to provide solutions to put an end to the water crisis, but it will require effort from donors and local communities alike. It is possible within the decade that no one will need to drink unsafe water again if we are united by this cause.
When you eat at a restaurant where you eat may be very clean and spotless so they can attract people going in this restaurant and eating but the worst part is you are never sure about their kitchen cleanliness unless you go inside where your meal is cooked.
Personal hygiene is a major part of your everyday life. It includes brushing your teeth, taking a shower, applying deodorant, wearing clean clothes, cooking your food properly, and washing your hands when necessary. There are many different types of hygiene and different ways of doing them. The types of hygiene are food and cooking hygiene, medical hygiene, and personal hygiene, there is even such a thing as excessive hygiene. Excessive hygiene may cause allergic diseases. Some parts of the body like the ear canal, or inside of the vagina are mostly better left alone for the body's own cleaning systems. Also, excessive application of soaps, creams, and ointments can adversely affect certain of the body's natural processes. For example,