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1HFA 4U Nutrition and Health Mrs. Filinov Kitchen SafetyHFA 4U Nutrition and HealthMrs. Filinov
2Food Safety procedures Place books, purses, and other items in an area of the classroom.Wear appropriate clothing, clean clothing in the lab.Wear a clean apronTie back long hairWhen working with food avoid touching hair, skin, face, etc.Repeat hand washing when necessary-after coughing, sneezing, or using the rest room.
37. Use clean dish towels, dishcloths, pot holders and oven mitts.8. Wipe all counter tops and tables at the beginning and endof each lab.9. Wash dishes in hot, soapy water. Air dry or use a cleantowel.10.When tasting foods, use a spoon other than the one usedfor stirring.11.After working with raw animal foods, scrub all areas andutensils with hot soapy water.12.Thoroughly cook foods served hot.13.Goods served cold must be kept cold until serving time.14.Cover left over foods and Use clean dish towels,dishcloths, pot holders and oven mitts.15.Wipe all counter tops and tables at the beginning and endof each lab
4Preventing Falls Tips Clean up Spills immediately -Use a sturdy step stool or ladder to reach items stored in high placesKeep floor clear of clutterMake sure shoes fit and all laces are tiedTreating FallsLeave person on floor if anything seems to be brokenAlert the teacher
5Preventing CutsTipsUse Knives and other sharp tools only for intendedpurposes.Keep sharp knives sharpCut on a cutting boardAlways hold knives by the handleWash knives separatelyDon’t try to catch a falling knife or sharp utensilDon’t leave sharp knives covered with water in a sinkKeep fingers away from rough surfaces, slicing edgesand rotating beatersSweep up glass immediately with broom and dustpan
6Preventing Burns/Fires TipsKeep hair tied backAlways use oven mittsTurn panhandles inwardTilt pot lid away from face to prevent burns from steamKeep towels and other materials away from heating elementsClean grease and bits of food off ovenUse salt or baking soda, not water, to put out a small grease fireIf you smell gas, turn off all range and oven controls and immediately tell your teacherUse a spoon or tongs, not your fingers to remove food from hot liquidStore aerosol sprays and other flammable substances away from heat sourcesMake sure all range and oven controls are turned off before you leaveTreating Minor burnsRun under cool waterApply lotion, moisturizer or burn crèmeCover loosely with clean gauze
7Preventing Fires/Burns Extinguish fires with:Fire Extinguisher by following the PASS stepsPull PinAim at Base of FireSpray fire while using aSweeping motionSmother fires with Salt, baking Soda or wet towelNever put water on a Grease FireDon’t Panic!!!
8Preventing choking Tips Don’t talk and laugh with your mouth full Chew your food thoroughly before swallowingTreatmentApply Heimlich maneuverAlert adult
9Preventing ShockRead appliance booklets to learn proper use and care before using appliancesNo aluminum foil or any metal in the microwaveNever turn on the microwave if there is no food inside.Plug the cord of a portable appliance into the appliance first, then the outlet.Don’t plug in several appliances at onceAlways unplug appliances after useMake sure hands are dry when dealing with electric appliancesKeep all electrical cords away from water