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Kitchen safety stinson

  1. 1. Skills for Life SRMS
  2. 2. More accidents  Most accidents can be prevented with: occur in thekitchen than any  THOUGHTother room of the  PRE-PLANNING home  ATTENTION TO DETAIL
  3. 3. Kitchen& Common Kitchen InjuriesFood Safety 1. Cuts 2. Burns & Fires 3. Electrocution 4. Falls 5. Poisoning/Chemical Hazards
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Kitchen& Use Cookware SafelyFood Safety • Turn handle of cookware inward PREVENTING or over counter. BURNS
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. 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!
  12. 12. Do Not Overload OutletsKitchen&Food Safety PREVENTINGELECTROCUTION
  13. 13. Clean up spillsKitchen immediately&Food Safety PREVENTINGTRIPS AND FALLS Close cabinet doors and drawers Use ladder for hard to reach objects
  14. 14. 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!
  15. 15. Kitchen & Food Safety A disease transmitted by food.FOOD-BORNE ILLNESS Symptoms are flu-like including: • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea • fever
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. Kitchen &Food SafetyFOOD-BORNE ILLNESS
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19. 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.
  20. 20. 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
  21. 21. Kitchen COOK & Cooking foods thoroughly kills harmfulFood Safety bacteriaFOOD-BORNE Ground Beef – 160o internal temp ILLNESS Poultry – 170o – 180o Steak and Meat – 145o Leftovers – 165o Eggs – until yolks & whites are firm Seafood – until opaque & flakes easily