Quiz 2 Ch2 - Fires: know where the fire extinguishers are,...

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FSM 1070 Foods I Name: Kaitlyn Spinney Quiz #2 Chapter 2 1. Identify safe workplace habits that prevent injuries from the following: cuts, burns, operation of machinery and equipment, and lifting. For the cuts: keeping them sharp (less pressure is required), cutting boards, focus on work, use knives only for the intended purpose, put all breakable items away from the cooking area, and do not use chipped or cracked dishes and glasses. For burns: Do not grab pot handles with bare hands, warn others when there are hot plates or items near them, open lids away from self, get help when moving heavy containers of hot foods. Machines and Equipment: do not use it if you don’t know how to use it, only use equipment for its intended purpose, do not touch electric switches with wet hands, and stack pots and other equipment in a stable manner. Lifting: use leg muscles, NOT BACK, use a cart, and do not turn/twist while carrying heavy equipment. 2. Identify safe workplace habits that minimize the likelihood of fires and falls.
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Unformatted text preview: Fires: know where the fire extinguishers are, how to use them, and which one to use for which fire, keep exits free from debris, keep fire doors closed, keep hoods free of grease, smoke only in designated areas. Falls: Clean up slips immediately, walk (don’t run), use a ladder (not boxes), do not carry objects too large to see over, and keep aisle clear and free of debris 3. One way to prevent burns is to A. use a wet towel to handle hot pans. B. turn on the gas before you strike a match. C. make sure foods are wet before you put them in hot fat. D. open the lids of hot pans away from you. 4. Which of the following types of fires is paired correctly with its class? A. Class A fires—burning liquids, such as grease, oil, gasoline, and solvents B. Class B fires —burning wood, paper, cloth, and ordinary combustibles C. Class C fires—switches, motors, and electrical equipment D. All of the above are correct. Score: 5/5...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course FSM 1070 taught by Professor Smith during the Winter '07 term at Johnson & Wales University - Denver.

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