Stainless Steel Corner Guards for Commercial Kitchens

by Boss Steel on August 12, 2016

If you work in any sort of commercial kitchen, be it a hotel kitchen, a restaurant, a catering service, or a fast food dining establishment, then you are already aware that such work poses potential hazards to your health. Apart from the inevitable cuts, burns, slips, falls, and scalds, there are hazards from large-scale kitchen tools as well.

Kitchen workers are not the only ones at risk of injury, however. The kitchen itself is susceptible to damage, and it is the responsibility of the kitchen managers to ensure that their domain is kept in good repair at all times.

In order to keep a commercial kitchen clean, safe, and orderly, managers should first install daily checklists for their workers to follow. These lists cover everything from routine cleaning and maintenance to regular checks to make sure that the kitchen is following fire-prevention and other safety procedures.

No matter how carefully safety standards are followed, however, accidents are bound to happen. Thanks to the unholy union of Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, we can rest assured that even in the best-run kitchens, things fall apart. Boxes topple, moving parts spin out of control, and objects in motion collide.

One way to guard against damage is to install stainless steel corner guards along your kitchen entryways and edges. With these guards firmly in place, your kitchen corners will be protected from the accidental scrapes, dents, and gouges inflicted on them by even the most careful workers.

Here at Boss Corner Guards, we carry several lines of corner guards in various thicknesses, styles, and sizes. For more information on our products, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working with you to keep your kitchens safe and protected.