Bumps, Breaks and Bruises: Staying Safe in School Kitchens

February 2016

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 1. In 2008, how many food preparation and serving employees hurt themselves badly enough to lose one day of work?


           
 2. What is a sign that a cut is getting infected?
 
      
 3.  If an employee is injured at work, what does OSHA mandate a manager do?
 
           
4. One sign of a severe allergic reaction is swollen lips, tongue or throat.
 
           
 5. What does RICE stand for?
 
           
 6. What song helps you maintain 100 compressions a minute during CPR, according to the American Heart Association?
 
           
 7.  First-degree burns are more serious than third-degree burns.
 
           
8. Choking cuts off _______ to the brain, making it vital to administer first aid as soon as possible.
 
           
 9. Never immerse severe burns in cold water.
  
           
 10. If a person who is choking becomes unconscious, perform ________ with chest compressions and rescue breaths. 
 
           

 

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