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PRACTICING EMPLOYEE SAFETY IN WALK-IN COOLERS & FREEZERS

Follow these tips and your employees can safely work in and around your walk-in cooler or freezer.

PRACTICING EMPLOYEE SAFETY IN WALK-IN COOLERS & FREEZERS
REGULARLY CHECK SAFETY RELEASES ON DOORS.

Ever wonder what that glow in the dark circle is on the walk in door? Modern walk-in coolers & freezers come with safety releases on doors to avoid the risk of accidental entrapment. Employees locked inside a walk-in cooler are at risk of hypothermia or even death since temperatures can be below freezing. Be sure to regularly check safety releases (the glow in the dark circle) to make sure they are functioning properly. Employees can also practice a buddy system when entering the walk-in to be extra cautious.

COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION MAINTENANCE

Regular Maintenance will allow your walk-in cooler or freezer to protect your product and cost you less money over time. Commercial refrigeration units are just like any appliance, repairs are sometimes needed. If you catch problems early on, you can decrease the chance of having to make costly emergency repairs. Watch out for the warning signs below and make an appointment with our service center if you notice your walk-in seems to be malfunctioning.

COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

The following is a list of some of the most important aspects of properly maintaining commercial refrigerators

COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Commercial refrigeration units are a valuable asset to your business, these units cost thousands of dollars and keeping them in working order is a necessity to avoid costly and time-consuming repairs. In order to keep commercial refrigeration running as it should, it’s important to implement regular maintenance. Many business owners can perform some of these tasks themselves, while others are more complicated and require the help of a trained refrigeration mechanic.
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