Kitchen& Using Knives SafelyFood Safety PREVENTING CUTS • Keep knives sharp • Cut away from body • If knife falls, jump back and let it drop • Wash separately from other items • Use knife properly
Kitchen& Broken Glass/DishesFood Safety • Carefully pick up large pieces PREVENTING CUTS by hand • Sweep up immediately • Wipe area with DAMP PAPER TOWELS • Place broken glass and paper towels in paper bag & place in trash container
Kitchen& Use Cookware SafelyFood Safety • Turn handle of cookware inward PREVENTING or over counter. BURNS
Kitchen& Use Cookware SafelyFood Safety PREVENTING • Use THICK, DRY BURNS POTHOLDERS • Open lids, like a shield, away from your body • Pull out oven rack first when removing hot items from oven.
Kitchen& Use Microwave Oven SafelyFood Safety PREVENTING • Use Potholders BURNS • Open lids, like a shield, away from your body • Use microwave safe cooking tools ONLY • Follow oven instructions
Kitchen Avoiding Fires in the& KitchenFood Safety • Store oils away from stove.PREVENTING • Wear short or close-fitting sleeves. FIRES • Tie back long hair. • Keep towels, potholders, cookbooks and other flammables away from stove and oven. • Clean up stove top, oven and fan regularly. • STAY IN KITCHEN WHILE COOKING
Kitchen PUTTING OUT SMALL FIRES&Food Safety SMALL Smother with larger lid • • PAN FIREPREVENTING • • Smother with baking soda or salt Smother with damp kitchen towel FIRES • CLOTHING • Stop – Drop & Roll • Always have a fire extinguisher & baking soda nearby – Don’t Be A Hero CALL 9-1-1
Kitchen Use Electrical& AppliancesFood Safety Properly PREVENTING • Unplug before removingELECTROCUTION stuck food • Unplug from the outlet by grasping the plug, not the cord. • Keep cords away from heat sources • Dry hands completely before using • Keep away from water!
Do Not Overload OutletsKitchen&Food Safety PREVENTINGELECTROCUTION
Clean up spillsKitchen immediately&Food Safety PREVENTINGTRIPS AND FALLS Close cabinet doors and drawers Use ladder for hard to reach objects
Kitchen Keep all cleaners in original& containers.Food Safety Read all labels and only use as Preventing directed. Poisoning Store away from children and pets. Do not mix cleaning products together. Follow manufacturers directions!
Kitchen & Food Safety A disease transmitted by food.FOOD-BORNE ILLNESS Symptoms are flu-like including: • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea • fever
Kitchen & Food SafetyFOOD-BORNE Raw ILLNESS meat, poultry, eggs, unpasteurized milk & shellfish Raw fruits & vegetables that have been processed in unsanitary conditions Cooked plant products: Pasta, vegetables, rice
Kitchen & CLEANFood SafetyFOOD-BORNE Clean your hands ILLNESS oftenWash hands Scrub hands, Rinse with Dry with awith hot, soapy wrist and hot water. paper towel.water. fingernails for at least 20 seconds.
Kitchen & SeparateFood Safety Keep raw meat away fromFOOD-BORNE cooked meat and veggies ILLNESS Use different knives for meat and vegetables Place cooked food on a clean plate.
Kitchen & CHILLFood Safety Keep Hot Foods HotFOOD-BORNE - Cold Foods Cold ILLNESS Thaw foods in microwave or refrigerator. Keep out of danger zone – 40o F – 140o F. Refrigerate foods within 2 Hours 2 HOUR RULE