Fire in a Frying Pan or on Top of the Stove

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by cherryxie
Last updated 7 years ago

Discipline:
Health & Fitness
Subject:
Health
Grade:
9

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Fire in a Frying Pan or on Top of the Stove

4. Do not carry a burning piece of equipment to the sink

DID YOU KNOW THAT?One cup of water can turn into 1700 cups of steam!!!!

Fire in a frying pan or on top of the stove

What if fire in a frying pan or on top of the stove?1.Cover immediately with a lid and turn off the element.

BASIC KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS1. Don’t leave the kitchen with pots & pans cooking on the stove. Make sure to turn off burners as soon as you take the pot off2. Keep dish towels, pot holders and oven mitts away from the stove. 3. Keep matches and lighters in high places where curious little hands can’t reach them. 4. If using candles in the kitchen, don’t leave the room (or home) while they’re burning. Make sure they are in a safe place and are in flame proof containers. 5. Keep a fire extinguisher in or near the kitchen, but not near the stove or the heater. 6. In case of a grease fire, salt and/or baking soda will help if you do not have a fire extinguisher. 7. Scalding can occur from hot steam as well. Be careful when lifting lids from hot food (including opening that hot bag of microwave popcorn)! 8. Be sure appliances are unplugged before touching sharp edges (blenders, can openers, mixers, etc.). Be careful about sharp edges: scissors, broken glass, potato peeler, etc. 9. Never ever, ever leave cooking foods unattended – not even for a minute. 10. Casualness causes casualties – don’t answer or talk on the phone while cooking – you can be distracted and injuries can result.

3. Do not pour water on burning fat or oil

2. Sprinkle with baking soda to snuff out the flames(found on teh counter)


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