Maddison is a service crew trainer at McDonalds Beaudesert. "This means i serve customers on both drive thru and front counter, cook fries, pack orders. I have to ensure i continuously clean as i go (CAYG) and follow all correct procedures and policies. Other jobs include cleaning dining rooms, bathrooms, changing bins, sweeping and mopping floors are all part of my allocated jobs.
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OHS at McDonalds
Me-Maddison. Describe any key OHS risks you face in your job role?
Maddison-me. There are slippery floors from both oil spills, drink spills, wet floors. Also when doing a lot check (cleaning the parking areas) you may come across needles also poisonous animals (because Beaudesert is rural.) There is also hot surfaces-coffee machines and fryers. Manual handling products over 20kgs from the freezer, dealing with hot liquids and also moving vehicles when taking out orders out to the parked cars.
Me-Maddison. Alright interesting so can you tell me your understanding of OHS, and where you see it used at McDonalds?
Maddison-me. My understanding of OHS is having a workplace as safest possible for both employee's and customers. OHS is well regaurded at macca's twice a month there is a health and safety meeting in which we gather around and pick out any potential hazards using a matrix. Also there is a head of office inspection once every 3 months in which they check the quality of the meat we produce and also the cleanliness. and also once a year we have a SOR where Head of management will do a review on our store in which she will check for procedures, quality of meat, cleanliness, pretty much everything. And lastly there's a Health inspector that comes out once a year which checks over the entire store for health reasons.