Four Safety tips for food delivery drivers

Updated: Jan 14

1. Your safety comes first, the food comes second:

If a customer should make you feel uncomfortable, or if you should go into an area where you don't feel it is safe to deliver. Cancel the order and contact the driver support team of the company you are working for and tell them your situation. Your safety is more important than the customer getting their food.

2. Stay in well-lit areas:

If driving at night try to park under a street light.

3. Watch your step:

Look out for slip, trip and fall hazards when delivering the goods.

4. Park close:

Try to park as close to delivery address as you can, and always park near the delivery door.



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