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General Safety Guidelines. Keep Long hair tied back No dangling jewelry No long baggy sleeves Prevent clutter – clean as you go Close draws and doors completely Use right tool for the job Store heavy cookware on low shelves. Assignment: Mastery.

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general safety guidelines
General Safety Guidelines
  • Keep Long hair tied back
  • No dangling jewelry
  • No long baggy sleeves
  • Prevent clutter – clean as you go
  • Close draws and doors completely
  • Use right tool for the job
  • Store heavy cookware on low shelves
assignment mastery
Assignment: Mastery
  • Prioritize the list of general safety guidelines from least important to most important. Explain why you listed them the way you did.
preventing falls
Preventing Falls
  • Clean up spills immediately
  • Keep clutter cleaned up
  • Use a step stool to reach high shelves
assignment self expressive
Assignment: Self-Expressive
  • Draw a picture at the bottom of the column that represents the most important thing to remember about falls in our lab.
  • When finished drawing go around your table and explain your drawing – why you choose that one as most important.
preventing cuts
Preventing Cuts
  • Keep knives sharp
  • Store knives properly
  • Never catch a falling knife
  • Wash knives separately
  • Sweep up broken glass – use a wet paper towel instead of fingers
assignment understanding
Assignment: Understanding
  • Write a cause-effect statement about something that has happened to you when you were cut.
  • Example: I cut my hand on a can lid when I pushed the trash down in the wastebasket with my hand.
  • Write what you should have done to prevent this accident
electrical safety
Electrical Safety
  • Water and Electricity don’t mix
  • Avoid damage to electrical cords
  • Use outlets properly –polarized plugs
  • Use small electrical appliances correctly
  • Watch your problems
assignment self expressive1
Assignment: Self-Expressive
  • Design a symbol that would alert people to be safe around electrical appliances.
hazardous chemicals
Hazardous Chemicals
  • Read labels carefully
  • Keep in original container
  • NEVER mix chemicals
  • Point spray nozzle where it is suppose to go
  • Store away from food
  • Substitute safe cleaners when possible
assignment mastery1
Assignment: Mastery
  • What are the two most important points to remember about keeping your home safe from hazardous chemicals?
  • Why did you choose these two?
preventing burns
Preventing Burns
  • Always use DRY pot holders
  • Life a pan’s lid away from your face
  • Keep pots and pans in good condition
  • Keep handles turned toward back
  • Keep flammable items away from range
  • Arrange racks before starting the oven
  • Stand to side when opening the oven door
  • Clean spills when cooled
  • Turn off controls when not in use
  • Keep fire extinguisher handy
assignment understanding1
Assignment: Understanding
  • Write a cause-effect statement about a personal experience you’ve had when you got burned.
  • Example: I burned my hand when I used an oven mitten that was wet.
synthesis task
Synthesis Task:
  • Create a brochure about Preventing Kitchen Accidents in the Home
  • Prioritize the information you have learned
  • Include 4 areas from your organizer
  • Choose your Audience
  • Make it colorful, concise,