Fast Food and Takeaway Food

Fast Food and Takeaway Food

Fast food and takeaway food

Structure: 2 parts – 7 sections with a quiz each, followed by “Spot the Hazard” simulation exercise.

Passing requirement: 100% with unlimited tries

Timing: Part 1 – Estimated learning time – 19 to 23 minutes
Part 2 – Estimated learning time –17 to 21 minutes

All SmartMove learning resources require a steady and reasonably fast internet connection to work properly. The performance of the resources depends on the end-user's internet connection speed, network capability and amount of active users accessing the resources at the same time.

Structure: 2 parts – 7 sections with a quiz each, followed by “Spot the Hazard” simulation exercise.

Passing requirement: 100% with unlimited tries

Timing: Part 1 – Estimated learning time – 19 to 23 minutes
               Part 2 – Estimated learning time –17 to 21 minutes

All SmartMove learning resources require a steady and reasonably fast internet connection to work properly. The performance of the resources depends on the end-user's internet connection speed, network capability and amount of active users accessing the resources at the same time.

Structure: 2 parts – 7 sections with a quiz each, followed by “Spot the Hazard” simulation exercise.

Passing requirement: 100% with unlimited tries

Timing: Part 1 – Estimated learning time – 19 to 23 minutes
               Part 2 – Estimated learning time –17 to 21 minutes

All SmartMove learning resources require a steady and reasonably fast internet connection to work properly. The performance of the resources depends on the end-user's internet connection speed, network capability and amount of active users accessing the resources at the same time.
Fast food and takeaways provide convenient products and quick service. Many young Western Australians have their first paid job in this industry.

Activities within the fast food and takeaway food industry may include:

  • serving at and running takeaway shops, juice or bubble tea kiosks
  • operating mobile food vans
  • serving customers at drive-throughs
  • preparing or cooking food, such as chicken, hamburgers, pizza, sushi, and fish and chips

Be aware!

51%

of work-related injuries in this industry happened to young workers who are between the ages of 15 and 24.

Very young workers (between 15 and 19 years) are most at risk.

Activities within the fast food and takeaway food industry may include:

  • serving at and running takeaway shops, juice or bubble tea kiosks
  • operating mobile food vans
  • serving customers at drive-throughs
  • preparing or cooking food, such as chicken, hamburgers, pizza, sushi, and fish and chips

Be aware!

51%

of work-related injuries in this industry happened to young workers who are between the ages of 15 and 24.

Very young workers (between 15 and 19 years) are most at risk.

Top incident causing injuries were from:

Contact with hot objects
0%
Hitting and being hit by sharps and cutlery
0%
Hitting stationary objects
0%
Being hit by falling objects
0%
Slips, trips and falls
0%
Muscular stress
0%
Vehicle accidents
0%
Physical assaults
0%

Other hazardous areas to look out for:

Contact with a chemical or hazardous substance

Electrical safety

Fire hazards

Infectious diseases

Working in hot conditons

Fatigue

Working in a drive-through

Other hazardous areas to look out for:

Contact with a chemical or hazardous substance

Electrical safety

Fire hazards

Infectious diseases

Working in hot conditons

Fatigue

Working in a drive-through

Other hazardous areas to look out for:

Contact with a chemical or hazardous substance

Electrical safety

Fire hazards

Infectious diseases

Working in hot conditons

Fatigue

Working in a drive-through

Source: WorkCover WA (2020). Workers’ compensation Western Australian claims data 2014-15 to 2018-19

Note: Calculation based on a five-year total from 2014-15 to 2018-19. Based on the percentage of all incidents, the combination of all injuries is not equal to 100%

Injuries are measured by number of LTI/Ds (1+days/shifts lost)

SmartMove fast food and takeaway food industry is classified under ANZSIC 2006 – Class 4512

Source: WorkCover WA (2020). Workers’ compensation Western Australian claims data 2014-15 to 2018-19

Note: Calculation based on a five-year total from 2014-15 to 2018-19. Based on the percentage of all incidents, the combination of all injuries is not equal to 100%

Injuries are measured by number of LTI/Ds (1+days/shifts lost)

SmartMove fast food and takeaway food industry is classified under ANZSIC 2006 – Class 4512

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