Kitchen Safety Never Goes Out of Style

Key Area 2, Operations, Code 2620
December 2017

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 1. It’s okay for food handlers to wear ___.


   

2. Proper attire in the foodservice kitchen helps protect ___.

 
   

3. In 2016, private industry employers reported ___ non-fatal workplace injuries.

 
   

4. The food manufacturing industry experiences the highest number of burn accidents.

 
   

5. Proper footwear is only important in the kitchen; less so in serving areas.

 
   

6. When buying foodservice uniforms, look for thermal protective apparel components such as a ___.

 
   

7. ___ are considered helpful features in kitchen-appropriate footwear.

 
   

8. Gloves made of Kevlar are considered 100% slash-proof.

 
             

9. Vinyl gloves are good alternatives for food handlers who have ___ allergies.

  
   

10. Proper foodservice attire can promote a higher sense of professionalism.

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

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