Employee's Rights
Updated: 6/4/2020
Employee's Rights
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  • Right to Know...
  • You'll be cooking with the deepfryer a lot. The hot oil can burn you, so you need to work safely.
  • Of course! I'll have a co-worker train you for a couple days until you're comfortable.
  • I've haven't used adeep fryer before. Will I get training?
  • Right to Participate...
  • I have a health and safety concern.
  • I've cleaned up a lot of oil on the floor by the deep fryer today. I think it might be leaking.
  • Thanks for letting me know. I don't want anyone to slip and fall. I'll look into it so we can keep the kitchen safe.
  • Oh! What is it?
  • Right to Refuse Unsafe Work...
  • You were right, the deep fryer is leaking. But we can't get it fixed until next week. Do you think you could be extra careful about the spilled oil until then?
  • Ok. I'll turn off the deep fryer and empty the oil. No one will use it until it's fixed next week.
  • No, I can't do that. I don't feel safe working with damaged equipment. I don't want to risk slipping, especially around hot oil.
  • Riley is starting a new job at a restaurant. Her boss is giving her a tour and explaining her duties. He makes sure she knows about the hazards in the kitchen, and provides training for her.
  • After a few weeks, Riley notices a lot more oil on the floor than usual, and she thinks the deep fryer might be leaking. She tells her boss about her concern so she can help keep her workplace safe.
  • Riley's boss inspects the deep fryer and finds that it isleaking. He asks Riley to keep using it but she refuses. He realizes that it's unsafe so he decides to shut down the deep fryer instead.
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