Ergonomics & Staff Mobility _ An ergonomically designed kitchen is one where staff can stand in just one spot and carry out most of their chores with least walking, turning, reaching and bending. Additionally, ergonomics decrease fatigue levels, discomfort and decrease possibilities of injury in the kitchen. A well_arranged kitchen allows your staff to move easily around without bumping into each other. This promotes an efficient and well ordered kitchen especially during the rush periods.
Select Your Base Kitchen Cabinets _ First select your base cabinets. The choice will depend on the service you are using, but one high_quality furniture company that hand_makes custom furniture offers a variety of base units in widths from 9 to 60 inches wide, all by 24 inches deep and 34Ǒ inches high. Units offered include normal storage cabinets, 9 and 12 inch wide pull_out spice racks, waste units, drawer units, corner Lazy Susan, sink base and base for a dishwasher. There is also a 24 inch wide and 84 inch high pantry unit with seven shelves. You can mix and match all or any of these to fit the space available to you to the nearest nine inches. You can then select your upper cabinets.