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What are some common safety hazards in a kitchen?
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A safety hazard is any thing that can have an adverse impact on your safety. There are a lot of safety hazards in the world for example: . deep water . energized electrical… wires, . guns, sharp knives, . machinery pinch points, . being struck by moving equipment . falling off an unguarded roof edge
improperly stored/handled flammables; electrocution; slip, trip and fall; unsafe firearm storage and handling; entanglement; pinch points; improper machine guarding; operating… a vehicle while impaired; repetitive stress; improper lifting; projectiles; improperly segregated chemicals; heat stress; cold stress; dehydration; drowning; struck by; asphyxiant gas; toxic gas; oxygen deficient atmosphere; dermal absorption; exposure to bloodborne pathogens; falls from height; and one of my all-time favorites: decompression and hyper/hypobaric exposure (which is not so common unless you are scuba diving).
Keep an eye on anything which is on the hob, especially anything which involves heating oil. Keep flammable objects away from open flames or items like toasters. Make sure han…dles of pans aren't sticking out where they could be knocked. Have a fire blanket in case there are any fires.
1) usually someone will s weep up broken glass which is unsafe because it can get caught in the broom hairs. 2) sometimes you might wash the knives with the silver ware a…nd you can end up stabbing yourself. 3) when you don't where aprons and your wearing something loose that could light on fire 4) sometimes someone may open the lid of a pan with a lot of smoke in it towards them and can get a first degree burn because of that. 5) sometimes someone will turn a loose screw with a knife and end up getting hurt 6) loose/broken/frayed electrical cords which can start fires 7) messy outlets (etc. 4 or more cord pluged in one outlet that is meant 4 only two.) can also start a fire in the kitchen 8) hot oil/grease splattering can cause severe burns. 9) raw meat or food that is not taking care of properly is also considered as a hazard in the kitchen 10) mold is also a high risk hazard because of the food poisoning it can cause 11) having children in a kitchen is also very hazardous because they are generallly curious about a lot of things they see and could easily tip something over or cause a fire
Safety hazards that may be encountered during a tornado include: . Collapsing buildings . Injury from wind-driven debris . Injury from being carried away by the wind
The primary safety hazard of lightning is being struck by lightning. Other hazards include: . being struck by something that has been struck by lightning or damaged by acco…mpanying winds . being carried away or drowned by flooding that often accompany severe lightening storms. .
Common health, safety or security hazards in the workplace may include: . violence by coworkers . slipping or tripping on something . excessive exposure to noise . being c…ut by a sharp object . excessive exposure to a solvent vapor . blocked emergency exits, . unauthorized or improper use of electrical cords . improper marking of hazardous materials
Sharp knives and other utensils, hoy pots and pans, hot surfaces (cooker, oven) toxic cleaning products such as bleach, wet/slippery floors.
They can pinch you.
The first thing that comes to my mind are the ergonomic issues. Proper seating, posture, Monitor Height and Distance, Mouse pad with wrist rests. Cable Wiring for trip hazards…. Emergency lighting for evacuation. Fire Extinguishers. Also frequent breaks for prolonged computer projects. Stand and stretch, including fingers every 30-45 minutes. Stretch your eyes by focusing on something far away, perhaps out a window.
Tthe Triangle Shirtwaist Company was a clothing manufacturer, located on several upper floors of a building in Greenwich Village in New York City. When a fire began, there wer…e no automatic sprinklers, no extinguishers, and doors to exits were locked . A large number of employees, mostly young women, died- either from the fire, or jumping to their deaths.
There is always the risk of the canopy and/or its frame falling if it is not properly secured. Special care need to be used especially when making a canopy of your own for a c…hild's bed. Make sure the fabric/netting is well secured so it does not fall on the child while sleeping and possible suffocate the child.
What ever you do, dont take shelter under a tree.
Some common nouns for things found in a kitchen are: . apples, asparagus, aluminum foil . bacon, bananas, blueberries, butter, bread, baking pans . cabbage, cookies, coff…ee, chips, carrots, cups, colander . dishes, doughnuts, dill pickles, dishwasher, detergents . eggs, egg timer, English muffins . frozen foods, fry pan, forks, faucets, floor . grapes, granola, garbage . ham, hamburger, hot dogs, honey . ice, ice cream, island . jam, jelly, juice, jars . knife, ketchup, kettle . lemons, lunch meat, lids, lights . meat, milk, melon, macaroni, muffins, mustard . nuts, nacho cheese, napkins . oil, olives, onions, oranges, orange juice . pots and pans, potatoes, peanut butter, pineapple . quilted pot holders, quarts of liquid . raisins, rolls, rice, rosemary, rye bread, roasting pan . salt, sugar, stove, strawberries, spinach, shrimp, spaghetti . tea, tomato, timer, toaster, towels . under sink cabinet, unguent for burns . vegetables, vinegar, vanilla, ventilation fan . wheat, water, waste disposal, walls, window, window cleaner . yams, yogurt, yeast . zester, zip lock bags