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Safety Exam Review

Kitchen Safety

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An installed, comprehensive fire-fighting system that automatically puts out a fire before it spreads. kitchen hood fire suppression system
A pressurized canister filled with a substance that puts out fires. fire extinguisher
The government agency that defines and enforces safe working conditions. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Potentially life threatening heat-related condition in which the body’s usual ability to deal with heat stress is lost. heatstroke
A heat-related condition that results when the body loses too much water and salt heat exhaustion
Natural gas used in cook stoves can cause burns but carries no major risk because it is a nonexplosive gas. False
Improperly cleaned hood ventilation systems are one of the common preventable causes of foodservice fires. True
Allergic reactions can result in death. True
If you see a person who seems to be choking, the first step is to ask the person if they are choking and if you can help them. True
If a person is experiencing symptoms of heat exhaustion, have him or her rest in a cool location. True
Although dull knives extend the time it takes to cut, using dull knives is one good way to prevent cutting injuries. False
Every professional kitchen should have an accessible first-aid kit. True
Every professional kitchen should have a supervisor who is familiar with basic first aid. True
Jewelry is acceptable in the professional kitchen only if it is simple and in good taste. False
At no time should open-toed shoes or sandals be worn in the kitchen. True
Jewelry is acceptable in the professional kitchen only if it is simple and in good taste. False
At no time should open-toed shoes or sandals be worn in the kitchen. True
Aprons are not to be used for wiping hands. True
The first step to preventing accidents is for every foodservice employee to be alert and aware while at work. True
PASS stands for: Pull the pin, Aim at the base of the fire, Squeeze the trigger, and Sweep from side to side. True
CPR removes food or other obstacles from the airway of a choking person. False
Always fill cups with hot beverages, such as coffee or tea, to the rim. False
Created by: kbernales