Risk Management for the Food Service Industry

Chapter 4: Managing Risks as a Food Business Owner


All food service business owners must realize that their risk management strategy should consist of more than just insurance policies. It's better to try to avoid as many claims as possible in order to keep your insurance premiums low and your days headache free. That's why small-business owners should practice a variety of risk mitigation techniques in addition to carrying insurance.

In this section, we explore a few basic strategies that can help keep your insurance rates low. Next, we take a closer look at dram shop laws and how they might affect your business. Last, we give you a few pointers about reducing your risk of liquor liability lawsuits.

Next: Part 1: Risk Management Tips that Keep Your Insurance Rates Low

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