"Grocery stores provide many jobs that require different training elements," said Trey Greene, CEO of noodleStream.com. "A cashier may not need the same training as a bakery employee or a deli worker. Each of these jobs holds a great deal of risk to the employee and the consumers if food or equipment is handled incorrectly."
The grocery store industry is one of the largest industries world-wide and reportedly provided 2.5 million jobs in 2008. Most of these employees are part-time between the ages of 16 and 24, meaning that training new employees is a constant issue.
When Tiara Rye, Homeland Assistant Frontend Manager of Norman, was asked about SafetySkillsT Supermarket Safety Series she described it as "very interactive.easy to use and covers all the basic points in safety." She also encourages other supermarket and employees to take and deploy this training to others.
To learn more about SafetySkillsT and their Supermarket Safety Series, visit http://www.safetyskills.com/supermarket-safety-series.