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Title: Kitchen Safety


1
Kitchen Safety
Created by Mrs. Leslie Newman 1/08
2
  • What is often
  • the biggest hazard
  • in the kitchen?

3
You!
4
Basic Kitchen Hazards
  • Falls
  • Electrical Shock
  • Cuts
  • Burns
  • Poisoning

5
Most kitchen accidentsoccur due to
  • Carelessness
  • Disorganization
  • Lack of Knowledge

6
In the Kitchen Be
  • Alert
  • Organized
  • Knowledgeable

7
General Safety Guidelines
  • Dont let hair, jewelry, or sleeves dangle.
  • Tie your shoes.
  • Avoid long clothes floppy slippers.

8
General Safety Guidelines
  • Prevent clutter
  • clean up as you go.
  • Keep the floor clear.
  • Close drawers and cupboard doors.

9
General Safety Guidelines
  • Use tools properly and use proper tools.
  • Store heavy or bulky items on low shelves

10
Knives
  • Use the right size
  • knife for the job.
  • Keep the knives sharp
  • for safer, easier cutting.

11
Knives
  • Dont try to catch
  • a falling knife.
  • Wash and dry
  • knives separately.
  • Why???

12
Knives
  • Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
    estimates over 137,000 people receive hospital
    treatment for injuries from kitchen knives each
    year.

13
Appliances
  • Read the owners manual.
  • Look for the word
  • IMMERSE-ABLE
  • before putting
  • an appliance
  • in water.

14
Electrical Cords
  • Two or more electrical cords in one outlet can
    blow a fuse or start a fire.
  • Keep electrical cords
  • away from running water.

15
Stove Safety
  • Turn pan handles towards the center of
  • the stove so
  • they dont get knocked off.

16
Stove Safety
  • Use hot pads
  • to carry
  • hot foods.
  • Place hot pans on cooling racks or hot pads.

17
Pressurized Cans
  • Keep away from heat.
  • Why???
  • They could explode!

18
Steam
  • Always open the lid away from you so the steam
    wont burn you.

19
In Case of a Pan Fire
  • Turn off the burner.
  • Options to put out
  • the flames
  • Slide on a lid to snuff out the flames
  • Sprinkle with baking soda or salt
  • Use a fire extinguisher

20
In Case of a Pan Fire
Dont Panic!
  • Never use water to put out a grease fire.
  • Never attempt
  • to carry a pan
  • with burning
  • contents.

21
Hazardous Chemicals
  • Read labels.
  • Never mix different chemical products.
  • Example bleach
  • ammonia.

22
So Remember to Be
  • Alert
  • Organized
  • Knowledgeable
  • (A OK)
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