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Kitchen Safety & Sanitation

Nutrition Class
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Belinda Knott

on 14 September 2016

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Transcript of Kitchen Safety & Sanitation

Kitchen
Safety
1.169 Million
adults visited the hospital last year due to cuts on hands or arms
1 Second
is the amount of time it takes to create a 3rd degree burn in
150° water
15%
of all deaths are due to slips, trips, and falls. 2nd only to vehicle accidents
You can prevent these injuries by knowing
How to use a knife!
Slips, trips, and falls!
How to prevent
&
How to not get
BURNED!
When Using a Knife
it is Important to
Concentrate
On what you are cutting
Use a cutting board
never cut food in your hand
Use sharp knives
Dull blades cause more accidents because they require more pressure
Choose the right knife
The Right Knife For the Job
Using the right knife for each job will help prevent strains on your wrist as well as cuts due to improper cutting styles.
Knife Skills
It is incredibly important to use a knife in the proper way to prevent injury.
Before you use your knife
Prepare Yourself!
THE CUT GLOVE SANDWICH
The Towel and the Cut-Board
Don't put it in the sink!
wash it immediately
Carry the knife with blade pointed down
and let people know you're carrying a knife
When handing the knife off
place it on the counter and let them pick it up
Put it away in the right place!
You can prevent
Obstacles,
Clothing,
Spills
Communicating,
slips, trips, and falls
by
removing
wearing the proper
cleaning up
&
Communication in the Kitchen
Keep Obstacles out of the Walkway!
Wear the Proper Clothing
Slip Resistant Shoes!!
No
Loose Hair
Dangling Sleeves
Hanging Jewelry
should be worn
Spill Something?
Clean it up immediately!
Let others know if the floor is wet!
How to Get Burnt!
TRY NOT TO POISON PEOPLE!
Clean up your mess as you go
Especially when working with raw meat
Use separate knives, utensils, and cutting boards
Keep foods separate
Protect Yourself
From Burns
Use oven mitts
Always assume items are HOT
Use extra caution when reaching into the oven & always pull out the rack!
Never Try to Catch a Falling Knife!
Stand too close
to a steaming pot!
Have pan handles turned outward on the range
Plug too many cords into one outlet!
Store/keep cleaning products near heat sources
Behave recklessly around the burners!
Set your towels down right next to the burners!
Leave cooking unattended!
Put your face in the oven right when you open it!
CAN PREVENT INJURIES IN THE KITCHEN!
1
2
3
Then you're ready to cut!
Grab a wet towel
Put it on a flat stable surface
Grab your cutting board
Ready to cut stuff!
BAM!!
Prevent collisions by letting people know where you're moving around the kitchen!
BEHIND YOU!
CORNER!
HOT!
Kitchen Safety
LIFTING!
Falls and equipment mishaps are the two
most common causes of injury for
younger workers.
If you smell gas, turn off the range and tell me!
NEVER use H20 to put out a grease/oven fire!
Use baking soda or smother the flames by putting a lid on the saucepan
To Prevent Electrical Shock:
* Keep cords away from water
* Disconnect cords before cleaning
* Unplug devices before bringing other tools into contact
* Never submerge the base of your equipment in water
Sweep up broken glass
immediately!
Safety Tips:

*Avoid working with food if you have an open wound on your hands.
*While working with food, avoid touching your hair, skin, face, or other unclean objects.
AND Repeat hand washing when necessary - especially after coughing, sneezing, or using the restroom.

* Wipe all counter tops and tables at the beginning and end of each lab.
* Remember: Counters are for glasses...not for a****
* Leave your kitchen cleaner than you found it!
knife safety tips
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