The cafeteria tray is one of the most dangerous places for an orange to be. When you stop suddenly, they roll off and land on the floor or under a table (or worse). This reality can cause some serious hazards. This blog post will talk about how to avoid this hazard and keep your oranges safe from harm.
This blog post will talk about how to avoid this hazard and keep your oranges safe from harm! The first step is during the packing process of distributing oranges, you should ensure that there are not too many on each tray. This ensures that even if one does roll off it won’t be as far down or under anything so less likely to get lost in a puddle or something like that.
The next tip would be for anyone personally carrying an orange around to use two hands at all times when they stop moving. It’s much safer than only using one hand which can lead to dropping the orange entirely. Lastly, make sure everyone knows where their trays are while walking so no accidents happen because of absentmindedness.