RLPSA Blog

  • July 6, 2016

    5 Reasons to Pay Attention to Beacon Technology

    “Beacons” – A New Technology That Is Quickly Becoming Popular in the Restaurant Industry The restaurant industry is poised to make substantive use of beacon technology to not only build relationships with potential clients, but, and perhaps more importantly, to better serve existing customers. Beacons are part of what is called “Proximity Marketing.” So What […]

  • June 19, 2016

    Loss Prevention…It’s always on the menu!

    Monetary/profit losses in the restaurant industry can amount to billions of dollars every year, but loss prevention policies can incorporate preventative measures to mitigate the damage wrought by these ever-increasing numbers. Of course, there’s always more to understand and more to do when it comes to LP in the restaurant industry. Where do most losses […]

  • June 5, 2016

    How to Minimize Security Vulnerabilities for QSRs

    Quick-serve restaurants are popular eating places for several reasons. Unfortunately, some of those are the very reasons why these establishments need enhanced security programs. Why Quick-Serve Restaurants are Vulnerable to Crime Quick-serve restaurants (QSR) are found everywhere, from popular meeting areas to tucked away nooks and crannies of every city. These various locations meet the […]

  • May 22, 2016

    LP & Security Alert: Employee Training is Essential for Your Success

    The opening bells of the new year welcomed a vibrant restaurant industry with open arms. Restaurant sales soared in 2015, marking the fifth year in a row for increased growth. Statistics reported that nearly a quarter of all U.S. consumers ate out at least once a month and more than 10 percent of these diners […]

  • May 8, 2016

    How Digital Technology Impacts Loss Prevention and Security Plans

    What’s in the plan for 2016 to expand the business, increase profits, or get more market share…and how can that be protected? The 2015 QSR state-of-the-industry survey given to hundreds of restaurant operators reported that 36% of employers are anticipating offsetting increased minimum wage levels by leveraging digital innovations to increase efficiency of operations. Restaurant […]

  • April 24, 2016

    Loss Prevention Considerations: The Growing Business of Food Trucks

    Loss Prevention Considerations: The Growing Business of Food Trucks Looking to Expand into a New Market? The multi-billion-dollar U.S. restaurant industry is enjoying a growth period. Soaring restaurant sales marked 2015 as the fifth year in a row for increased growth. Statistics reported that nearly a quarter of all U.S. consumers ate out at least […]

  • April 10, 2016

    3 Ways Employees Might Engage in Workers’ Compensation Fraud

    3 Ways Employees Might Engage in Workers’ Compensation Fraud Workers’ Compensation insurance provides necessary medical coverage for workers who are injured while doing their jobs. However, this safety net for employees is a significant expense for employers. Although Workers’ Compensation insurance rates vary state to state, the requisite premiums can be considerable for businesses, especially […]

  • March 27, 2016

    UPDATE: Year One of OSHA’s Severe Injury Reporting Program: An Impact Evaluation

    UPDATE: Year One of OSHA’s Severe Injury Reporting Program: An Impact Evaluation Every year, tens of thousands of men and women across the United States are severely injured on the job, sometimes with permanent consequences to themselves and their families. Last year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) lacked timely information about where and […]

  • March 13, 2016

    10 Ways to Eliminate Slip & Falls

    10 Ways to Eliminate Slip & Falls It happens every day. People slip and fall. Sometimes they get up without any further consequences; others can suffer serious repercussions, such as neck injuries, broken arms or legs, cuts, back strains, even death. When someone is injured in a fall, lawsuits often follow. Many of these lawsuits […]

  • February 29, 2016

    Crisis Plan? It’s Easy If You Do It Smart

    Crisis Plan? It’s Easy If You Do It Smart Customers and employees of restaurants and fast food establishments trust that they will be safe in the public workplace. But bad things can happen. Knowing how to respond to the unthinkable situation – an active shooter in a public place of business – can limit revenue […]

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