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Train yourself to be careful; Soon your carefulness will become a habit. Areas of safety: ~ Preventing Burns, Cuts, & More ~ Knife Safety ~ Preventing.

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2 Train yourself to be careful; Soon your carefulness will become a habit. Areas of safety: ~ Preventing Burns, Cuts, & More ~ Knife Safety ~ Preventing Fire ~ Electric Shock

3  Burns ◦ Always use dry pot holders when handling hot pans & dishes. ◦ When putting dishes and pans in the oven, as well as removing them, pull out the racks. ◦ Keep handles of pans and skillets from extending over sides of stove or over another hot burner. ◦ To avoid a steam burn, lift up the edge of the cover farthest away from you.

4  Boiling Water (can cause severe burns) ◦ Place glass measuring cup on tray in case hot water breaks measuring cup. ◦ Do not wash hot dishes in cold water, they will crack or shatter.

5  Spills ◦ Wash & Dry hands thoroughly (wet hands slip & are unsafe with hot pans & electrical appliances). ◦ Wipe up spills immediately with paper towels. ◦ Walk, don’t run!  Cuts ◦ If you break a glass, use a paper towel to pick up the pieces. ◦ Sweep up remaining pieces.

6  Always use a cutting board to protect the counter ◦ If it slides on counter while cutting, place a damp cloth underneath cutting board to prevent sliding.  Select the correct knife for the job  Cut food on cutting board and not your hand.  Always use a sharp knife. Dull knives require more force, thus increasing the chance of cuts.  Never place a knife in a sink of hot soapy water.  Never try to catch a falling knife.

7  Keep fire extinguisher in the kitchen. Be sure you know how to use it.  Wear clothing that is not loose or drapes below your wrists.  Keep hair tied back  Avoid leaving the kitchen if you have food cooking or baking.  Always turn the oven or stove top off when finished.  Smother a grease fire with a tight – fitting lid, salt, or baking soda.

8  Never touch an appliance with wet hands, or submerge appliance in water.  Avoid using any appliance with frayed or worn cords.  Disconnect appliances by pulling out the plug, not by tugging on the cord.  Be sure appliances are in the “off” position before plugging in.  Never insert metal utensils in electrical appliances that are plugged in.

9 The most important tip on cleaning up is…. Clean as you go!  Cleaning Tips ◦ Personal Hygiene ◦ General Clean – Up ◦ Dishwashing

10  Wear a clean apron  Restrain loose hair  Do not comb hair in lab  Never lick fingers  Always use a clean spoon for tasting  Wash hands properly

11  Clean sink  Wipe sink dry  Clean counter tops  Clean table top  Sweep floor if needed ◦ Brooms & dust pans are located by the refrigerator  Put all dirty laundry in basket  Push chairs in ◦ No chairs in the kitchens

12  Fill the sink with hot, soapy water  Use the dish cloth (wash cloth)  Order: ◦ Glasses ◦ Silverware ◦ Dishes ◦ Pots and Pans, cooking Utensils  Rinse  Dry with clean dish towel  Put away in proper location


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