Presentation on theme: "Introduction to Kitchen Safety Be kitchen safe… not sorry! Ms. Makuta."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction to Kitchen Safety Be kitchen safe… not sorry! Ms. Makuta
Objectives: Identify various kitchen safety precautions used at home and in the kitchen laboratory. Demonstrate various kitchen safety precautions in the kitchen laboratory.
Pre Heat Questions Let’s check our knowledge, who would like to volunteer? Click
Kitchen and Laboratory Safety Tips for Preventing Burns/Fires Preventing Falls Preventing Cuts Preventing choking Preventing Electric Shock
Preventing Burns/Fires Kitchen Safety and Laboratory Rules Keep hair tied back Always use oven mitts Turn panhandles inward Tilt pot lid away from face to prevent burns from steam Keep towels and other materials away from heating elements Clean grease and bits of food off oven Treating Minor Burns Run under cool water Apply lotion, moisturizer or burn crème Cover loosely with clean gauze
Preventing Fires/Burns Extinguish fires with: – Fire Extinguisher by following the PASS steps Pull Pin Aim at Base of Fire Spray fire while using a Sweeping motion – Smother fires with salt, baking Soda, or cut off oxygen supply – Never put water on a Grease Fire – And remember, stay calm and don’t Panic!!!
Preventing Falls Kitchen Safety and Laboratory Rules – Clean up Spills immediately – Keep floor clear of clutter – Make sure rugs are secure – Make sure shoes fit and all laces are tied Treating Falls – Leave person on floor if anything seems to be broken – Alert an adult
Preventing Cuts Kitchen Safety and Laboratory Rules Keep Knives sharp Always hold knives by the handle Wash knives separately Don’t try to catch a falling knife Keep fingers away from rough surfaces, slicing edges and rotating beaters Sweep up glass immediately with broom and dustpan Treatment for cuts Clean cuts by running under warm water – Apply pressure if bleeding is heavy Apply antibacterial crème or spray Bandage with clean gauze or band-aid
Preventing choking Kitchen Safety and Laboratory Rules Chew with your mouth closed Don’t talk and laugh with your mouth full Don’t play with your mount food Chew your food thoroughly before swallowing treatment Apply Heimlich maneuver Alert adult
Preventing Shock Kitchen Safety and Laboratory Rules No aluminum foil or any metal in the microwave Don’t plug in several appliances at once Always unplug appliances after use Make sure hands are dry when dealing with electric appliances Keep all electrical appliances and cords away from water Treatment Unplug appliance Do not touch appliance or person Notify adult
Other ways to be safe in the kitchen and laboratory! Keep chemicals away from foods and food preparation areas Store foods properly Cook foods thoroughly Always wash your hands Store heavy items on bottom shelves
Kitchen Safety Wrap – Up “What not to do in the Kitchen”
Kitchen Safety Wrap – Up “What not to do in the Kitchen” What safety issues did you recognize in the video? Identify what you are NOT going to do in the kitchen.