Preventing Work-Related Burn Injury in Restaurants program covers potential hazards are discussed in this program with an emphasis on safety. The Food Service Industry experiences the highest number of burns of any employment sector, about 12,000 each year. The Industry employs approximately 6.5 million workers in the United States each year. This industry also comprises one of the largest groups of workers injured on the job in the United States. These injuries and illnesses are costly and damaging, both for the employee and for the individual restaurant owner. Job injuries and illnesses contribute to absenteeism, light duty assignments or other work restrictions, high turnover, and higher workers' compensation costs. Common injuries in restaurants include burns, lacerations, and sprains and strains. Many of these injuries are the result of slipping, tripping, falling, lifting and/or repetitive motions. Work-related burns are a leading cause of occupational injury in the U.S. Topics included in this safety video are: potential hazards, what employees can do to protect themselves, what employers can do to protect employees, and OSHA standards. Key Words: Preventing Work-Related Burns, Safety, Injuries are Costly, Illnesses are Costly, Absenteeism, Light Duty Assignments, Work Restrictions, Compensation Costs, High Turnover, OSHA Standards, Safety Video, Safety Training, Safety DVD. Runtime: 10 Min. WITH PURCHASE OF ANY ENGLISH VHS OR DVD YOU WILL RECEIVE A FREE WRITTEN MATERIAL CD-Rom. The CD-ROM of written materials may include: Leaders Guides, Questions & Answers, Manuals, and Power Points.Contents vary depending on program.