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Preventing Work Related Burns In Restaurants – SS6026AE (10 min.)

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When a person is working around heating equipment, they do not need to worry about being burned.
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In deep frying, oil temperatures can reach 300 to 500 degrees.
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Employees with basic first aid training should know what to do to treat a minor burn.
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Cookware handles that are projected out past the range or counter top is not considered a hazard.
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What are some of the common injuries in restaurants?
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Carbon Monoxide is an odorless gas that is given off when something is burned. Some symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning are:
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The food service industry experiences the highest number of burns in any employment sector.
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It is the employee’s responsibility to use the cooking equipment and safety supplies in a safe manner to prevent burns.
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Servers are less likely to be burned since they are not the one in the kitchen cooking.
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Injury risk factors for youth may include: