Joel Paprocki, CIC
Practicing loss control is an important part of keeping your business profitable and up and running. By managing loss control, you can lower the frequency and cost of losses that will directly affect your bottom line.
Start with the checklist to get the ideas flowing about what risk your mobile food business faces and how to reduce those risk or remove them. I designed the checklist using industry standards for the restaurant industry and adapted it for mobile food vendors
But don’t stop there; keep track of near misses, meaning a loss almost occurred, and fix the issue before a real loss occurs. For example did someone trip on a cord you left out but caught their balance? Or did the awning on your trailer blow off when you were closed, so it didn’t hit anyone.