Extinguishing the Most Common Fire Hazards

Restaurants have certainly come a long way when it comes to fire safety and keeping the more dangerous heat out of the kitchen. However, as America’s eating habits, eclectic tastebuds and desire for healthier cooked foods have evolved, the chance for kitchen fires has also increased dramatically.

High efficiency stoves, grills and ovens as well as healthier vegetable oils (burning at higher temperatures) all cook food faster, a benefit for restaurants turning customers and tables faster. But unfortunately, these great innovations in cooking technology have made restaurant kitchen fires more common and potentially more devastating.

These incidents can significantly increase your claims and drive up your insurance costs. Learn more in our whitepaper about how you can prepare your staff for the most common fire hazards in the restaurant industry.

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