In recent news a disgruntled fast-food worker spit into two customer’s cups of iced tea, a reprehensible act beyond reproach. It is a unique incident that is not the norm (we hope) and reflects more so on the individual than the fast-food company. However, it is still bad press putting fast-food restaurants in the spotlight once again questioning food safety in fast-food establishments.
Despite the number of health code violations recorded amongst fast-food businesses 25% of Americans still eat fast-food everyday. Why? Because at the end of the day, good companies ensure visible violations are mended to fall back into compliance.
CloudClean’s hand hygiene compliance system for the restaurant and foodservice industry to exhibit at Chicago’s NRA Show 2012 May 5-8th
EDGEWATER, N.J. – April 25, 2012 – Leaving hand washing compliance up to fate and a restroom sign is a thing of the past.CloudClean™, creators of the first real-time hand hygiene compliance system for the restaurant and foodservice industry, is pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago to introduce their hand wash monitoring technology that reduces uncertainty about employee hand washing compliance.
The “Employees Must Wash Hands” sign is in just about every restaurant bathroom in America, but does anyone really believe this works?
As a restaurant owner/manager, you do not know for sure if your employees wash their hands after using the bathroom—no one can know what happens behind closed doors. Not only do you hope your employees follow proper hand hygiene compliance, but your customers are hoping too.