Preventing Kitchen Accidents. A few seconds of carelessness--. Kitchen hazards: Falls Electrical shocks Cuts Burns Poisonings
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Step aside and let it fall.
Electrical appliances save us both time and effort in the kitchen, but they can be a source of shocks, burns, and other injuries.
Remember these guidelines:
in the sink for cleaning unless the
owner’s manual says it is safe.
into water or becomes wet, unplug
it immediately without touching
Many hazardous chemicals can be found under most kitchen sinks.
oil in an empty cola can
might look like something
to drink to a small child.
1. Heimlich maneuver—a technique used to rescue victims of choking.