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Restaurant Owners Turn to Sure Step to Keep Employees on Their Feet

Restaurant Owners Turn to Sure Step to Keep Employees on Their Feet

As you might imagine, the kitchen at your favorite local restaurant is a very busy, fast-paced environment. In addition to all the food preparation and cooking taking place behind the scenes, there’s a tremendous amount of foot traffic — everyone from chefs to dishwashers and house managers to the waitstaff.

Needless to say, on any given day a restaurant kitchen floor also sees its share of spills and splashes. Food, beverages, water and even cooking oil can end up underneath the feet of restaurant employees at any point in time, increasing the likelihood of slips, falls and injuries to staff.

As a result, slips, trips and falls due to wet and slippery conditions are among the greatest kitchen concerns. For restaurant owners, it’s an ongoing battle to keep workers healthy and safe.

Real Estate Experts to Present Informational Seminar at the Fairways at Lancaster

Real Estate Experts to Present Informational Seminar at the Fairways at Lancaster

Anne Kader and Sally Bally Conover, licensed real estate brokers and members of the Olear Team at MJ Peterson, will present an informational seminar at the Fairways at Lancaster on Thursday, Aug. 17 from 6 to 7 p.m. The Fairways is a luxury living community for active adults 55+, and is located at 5352 Genesee St., Bowmansville. 

The seminar will focus on the basics of right-sizing and simplifying a living situation, and will feature a Q&A and no-obligation tour of the Fairways community. Refreshments will be served. To register, please call Rae Ann at (716) 393-3571. To learn more about the Olear Team, visit www.olear.com

 

Personal Service and Education Contribute to Growth of the Solar Industry

Personal Service and Education Contribute to Growth of the Solar Industry

While the popularity of solar energy continues to grow in communities across the nation, many industry experts are coming to the conclusion that the best way for solar — and solar companies — to grow is to take a regional approach. Their reasoning is rather simple: Installation of solar panels is best left to local companies who can better serve the needs of their customers.

Businesses Take Precautions to Help Seniors Stay On Their Feet

Businesses Take Precautions to Help Seniors Stay On Their Feet

In the average American home, senior citizens are especially vulnerable when it comes to slip-and-fall accidents. Obstacles such as throw rugs, electrical cords, stairs and wet surfaces are among the leading causes of falls that send 1.6 million older Americans to hospitals each year.

Countless lawsuits against businesses are also filed annually due to slip-and-fall incidents that occur on commercial property. With that in mind, many business owners are turning to a product called Sure Step to help eliminate accidental falls and resulting injuries.

When an older customer enters an unfamiliar environment, the odds of a fall will increase. When a wet or slippery floor is added to the equation, the odds of a fall increase dramatically.

Daemen Athletic Training Graduates Again Earn 100 Percent Exam Pass Rate

Daemen Athletic Training Graduates Again Earn 100 Percent Exam Pass Rate

AMHERST, N.Y. – Daemen College’s athletic training graduates have for the fifth consecutive year achieved a 100 percent first-time pass rate on the rigorous National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Board of Certification exam, a rate that far surpasses the national average of 83 percent.

“The impressive success of our 2017 athletic training graduates continues the high level of performance achieved by previous classes on the national certification exam,” said Dr. Michael Brogan, vice president for academic affairs and dean of students. “Attaining this pass rate speaks to the academic strength, quality of our faculty, and hard work of our talented students to develop the advanced competencies needed for the athletic training profession.”

Exit 2 Bar & Grille Announces Summer Specials and Third Annual Golf Tournament

Exit 2 Bar & Grille Announces Summer Specials and Third Annual Golf Tournament

Exit 2 Bar & Grille in Tonawanda has announced several summer highlights, including plans for the restaurant’s annual golf tournament to benefit the SPCA Serving Erie County!

The third annual golf tournament will take place on Wednesday, Aug. 16, at Sheridan Golf Course in Tonawanda. Please visit the restaurant for more information or to register your foursome. And all summer long, bring your golf receipt or scorecard to Exit 2 for a buy-one-get-one drink special at the bar.

Elizabeth Snyder Photography Taking Part in Two Business-related Events

Elizabeth Snyder Photography Taking Part in Two Business-related Events

Elizabeth Snyder, owner of Elizabeth Snyder Photography LLC, will take part in a Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce event titled “Shine Bright For Business,” taking place at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 15, at the Lewiston Stone House, 755 Center St., Lewiston.

During this informational session, Snyder and her assistant, Imani Burnett, will discuss the importance of professional headshots and portraits in today’s business world. “A professional headshot is key in connecting you with your clients,” said Snyder. “Please join us for a discussion on why your brand can't afford a ‘selfie.’ We’ll also share some fun stories from the portrait world!”