Hospitality Safety
Training for Hotels, Theme Parks & Restaurants

If you have found us after dealing with a safety issue in your housekeeping department, kitchen, janitorial staff or ride operators; you found the right place. With the intense year round tourism industry in Florida, turnover times on rooms, plate times in the kitchen and multiple hour long wait lines for rides can create all kinds of safety issues.

At Luna Safety Services our safety consultants provide a comprehensive safety evaluation as well as job specific training to prepare your employees for common safety issues that may occur. Some of our most asked about services are:

Bloodborne Pathogens Training & CPR Training

If you are wondering why we have these items listed for hotels, restaurants and theme parks is due to the rise in self injection insulin. We have been called to more hotels than we would like to admit after housekeeping has been stuck with a diabetic needle. Even restaurants have found needles and lancets wrapped in napkins after tourists sit down from a long day at the theme park or Florida adventure and finally think about their blood sugar. Not only that, in the hot months, more cardiac events happen when non-Floridians spend many hours in the heat, humidity and sun. If your employees have basic CPR Training, it could be the difference in someone returning home from vacation or not.

Workers Compensation is insurance that employers pay for that provides cash benefits and/or medical care for workers who are injured or become ill as a direct result of their job. Employers shall not require the employee to contribute to the cost of compensation.

If you get hurt on the job, your employer is required by law to pay for WC benefits. Examples of getting hurt at work: Hurting your back in a fall, getting burned by a chemical that splashes on your skin, getting hurt in a car accident while making deliveries.

Strains and Sprains are the most common on-the-job injury for workers. Strains a Sprains usually happen when employees are carrying or handling materials.

If the accident occurs outside of the person’s work duties, it’s not covered by WC.

In most states, workers must have missed seven (7) work days due to a work related injury before the WC benefits begin to pay for lost wages.

Safety Evaluations in Hospitality

Whether you are dealing with multiple workers comp claims or are tasked with creating a safety plan to avoid worker’s comp claims from happening, we are here to help. Our safety evaluations are custom to your employee’s specific job functions. We will evaluate your employees while working, determine hazards, create processes & procedures for employees to follow, provide training for various safety incidents and evaluate any workers compensation claims you may have.