From full-coverage face shields and impenetrable goggles to long-wearing safety glasses, we supply protective eyeware supplies that prevent vision impairment.
Reusable Respirators & Parts
Maintain healthy respiration throughout an ongoing crisis with reusable respirators and parts.
Shield your employees from falling debris, sharp objects, and harsh weather by investing in industrial-grade protective clothing.
Prevent hearing loss, tinnitus, and disorientation by keeping hearing protection devices on-hand during crisis situations.
Head & Face Protection
Provide head and face protection devices to prevent the spread of viruses, shield falling debris, and assist with breathing.
Implement protective shields to create a dining or business environment guests are comfortable patronizing.
Whether you operate a medical office or a welding, landscaping, or warehousing business, we supply the gloves you need to remain operational.
Support Bands & Braces
Support bands and braces prevent injuries and provide stability so your staff can work safely and efficiently.
Other Safety and Security Products
Coronavirus Supplies Checklist for Restaurants
To remain operable during coronavirus quarantines, restaurants have established delivery services and adjusted their business models. As the foodservice industry adapts to the new normal imposed by COVID-19, many restaurant owners are asking, “what supplies do I need for a pandemic?” Workplace hygiene is critical to safely operating during a pandemic and gaining the public’s trust. Create a dining environment your customers are comfortable patronizing with our coronavirus supplies checklist, so you can safely and successfully reopen your restaurant. Shop All Safe Dining Supplies Click below for a downloadable coronavirus supplies checklist: Download our Coronavirus Supplies Checklist PDF 1. Personal Hygiene Supplies Frequent handwashing with soap is the most effective way to prevent the coronavirus from spreading. However, workplace hygiene efforts alone will not safeguard your business from COVID-19. You need to make sure employees aren’t reporting for their shift with a fever. Thermometers allow you to safely reopen and operate your restaurant. To reduce the spread of the coronavirus, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) granted employers the right to take employees' temperatures in their March 18th guidance. Subsequently, many business owners have been asking, "what temperature is considered a fever?" Per the CDC, temperatures reading 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit and above are considered fevers in adults. Here is a complete list of what you need in a pandemic to ensure the personal protection of your employees and customers: Soap Hand Sanitizer with an Alcohol Content of 60% or Greater Antiseptic Lotion Alcohol Wipes Infrared/Contactless Thermometers 2. Coronavirus PPE Supplies Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a classifying term for garments that protect against bodily injuries and infections. Traditional restaurant emergency supplies include PPE that shield employees and customers from falling debris and unbreathable air; whereas coronavirus PPE supplies upkeep the health of your staff by barricading their bodies from microdroplets containing COVID-19. Coronavirus PPE supplies include: Face Masks Sterile Gloves Aprons Face masks only remain effective when they are dry and haven't been continually adjusted by the wearer. You'll need a facemask supply that accommodates replacement whenever the mask becomes moist. At most restaurants, employees need to change their masks every four hours. However, you must honestly assess your work environment's humidity and how often your employees are called upon to speak when determining the number of masks your restaurant requires. 3. Restaurant Cleaning and Sanitizing Supplies In order to effectively clean and sanitize your business and prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) advises that you use products with the following active ingredients: Hydrogen Peroxide Sodium Hypochlorite Quaternary Ammonium Sodium Chlorite Unsure about a cleaning product’s effectiveness in combating the coronavirus? The EPA has an interactive cleaning product lookup tool showing which cleaning products are effective against COVID-19. 4. Social Distancing Supplies Social distancing has become a buzzword, but what is social distancing really? The term social distancing is used to classify non-pharmaceutical intervention measures which prevent a contagious disease from spreading. Social distancing employs physical distance to reduce the number of times people come into close contact with each other. Knowing how to follow social distance guidelines allows you to reconfigure your dining room layout and waiting areas to accommodate reopening protocols. Here are the supplies you will need to implement proper social distancing in your restaurant: Touchpoint Social Distancing Supplies: Online Ordering Software Disposable Menus POS Systems A Large Board for Displaying Your Menu Touchless Card Readers Customer Social Distancing Supplies: Social Distancing Signs Stanchion Posts and Ropes Floor Tape Social Distancing Floor Labels Partitions Caution Tape Sidewalk Chalk Employee Social Distancing Supplies: Walkie Talkies or Clickers to Count Guests In and Out Serving Trays for Contactless Hand-Off Cashier Shields 5. Curbside Pickup Supplies If your business isn’t able to safely resume seating customers, consider expanding your curbside pickup capabilities. Assess your most beloved menu items and develop an economically effective curbside/delivery menu. Offer dishes which travel well and can be enjoyed in your customers’ homes. Here are all the supplies you’ll need as you establish a curbside pickup station that aligns with your restaurant’s unique brand and meets your locational needs. Traffic Cones Walkie Talkies or Headsets Folding Tables and Chairs Canopies/Tents Outdoor Coolers Holding Cabinets Outdoor Signs Window Clings High Visibility Vests Shelving Shelf Warmers Outdoor Fans Outdoor Misters Outdoor Heaters Beverage DIspensers Outdoor Lighting Extension Cords Generators Meal Delivery Carts 6. Delivery Supplies Before COVID-19, takeout was already a popular option amongst consumers. With the advent of the pandemic, the public has become wholly accustomed to ordering delivery. Establishments are likely to see an ongoing upsurge in consumer preference towards delivery services. If you haven’t already established a solid delivery system, now is the time to consider whether hiring a third party delivery service is right for your business. Even if your restaurant is no stranger to delivery, training your employees and optimizing your service to properly execute contactless delivery is essential to operating your restaurant in a pandemic. Here are all the supplies you need to offer delivery services during COVID-19: Insulated Delivery Bags Takeout Containers Plastic Cutlery - Preferably Individually Wrapped Take-Out Bags Clipboards Condiment Portion Packs Car Phone Mount Flashlights Tamper-Evident Labels/Takeouts Pizza Boxes Umbrellas and Raincoats Phone Chargers Sanitizer Wipes for Inside the Delivery Car Outdoor Coolers While the way you are supplying meals has shifted, your customers’ desire to avoid the hassle of cooking every meal themselves and experience your restaurant’s unique recipes hasn’t changed. Use our coronavirus restaurant supplies checklist to safely and effectively remain operable during a pandemic.
How to Choose the Best Commercial Deep Fryer
From sugary donuts in bakeries to scrumptious corn dogs at state fairs, just about everyone can find a deep-fried treat they enjoy. While the process of dropping a battered product in hot oil is simple enough, selecting the correct commercial deep fryer for your circumstances and application can be difficult. Several factors will influence your decision, but taking it piece by piece will make it significantly easier. Whether you own a high-end restaurant, a food truck, or even a concession stand, this guide will help you find the perfect unit to cook your appetizers, entrees, and even desserts!