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Handling Kitchen Emergencies
Burns Run cold water over burned area. Never use butter or direct ice.
Cuts Apply direct pressure with a clean paper towel.
The fire alarm sounds 1.Turn off all appliances. 2.Walk toward the nearest door. 3.Report to parking space # 106 behind school near football field.
Fire in a pan on the range Cover the pan with a lid or pour on baking soda. Never use water.
A fire in the oven Shut the door to cut off the oxygen. Turn off the oven. Wait for fire to burn out before opening.
Oven mitt on fire Put in the sink and pour on baking soda
Tea Towel on fire Leave where it is and pour on baking soda
Using a fire extinguisher 1.Pull out the plastic pin. 2.Aim nozzle toward fire. 3.Squeeze lever. Sweep back and forth at base of fire.
Broken Glass on counter Throw away surrounding food Pick up large pieces with paper towel Wipe up shards with damp paper towel
Broken Glass on floor 1.Pick up large pieces with paper towel. 2.Sweep up small pieces with broom, brush and dust pan. 3.Wipe up tiny shards with damp paper towel
Spills on floor Wipe up with paper towel
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