They are shown how to properly clean the fry vatts, but if refused to do so due to safety of ones self, they are allowed to do something different.
Answered - Cashier and Customer Service (Current Employee) - Redcliff, AB
Computer training and floor training by manager or team member
Answered - Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) - Victoria, BC
Lots of training everywhere at least
Answered - McDonald's Crew Member (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
Amazing training, it helped me break out of my shell as an introvert and made me focus on customer service.
Answered - Swing Manager (Former Employee) - Langley, BC
Non slip shoes
safe cleaning techniques
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Vancouver, BC
Thorough training. whmis
Answered - Crew Trainer (Former Employee) - Hamilton, ON
We are not told much other than where the first aid kit is available in case, as well as how to hold certain equipment and not get injured on certain items.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Fall River, NS
Trained how to do everything to avoid injury
Answered - McDonald's Crew Member (Former Employee) - Orillia, ON
Employees have access to manuals that are stationed around various parts of the store along with proper gear.
Answered - Cook and fixer (Former Employee) - Saint John, NB
Health and safety.
Answered - Crew member (Current Employee) - Gravenhurst, ON