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					Safety and
Sanitation




   Foods 1
          1. Which is a kitchen safety hazard
              related to burns and fires?




   Wearing flip flops in the        Not cleaning oil from
A: food lab                      B: the drip pan after
                                    frying.




   Cleaners stored in the           Washing knives in a
C: pantry                        D: sink of soapy water
B. Not cleaning
oil from the drip
pan after frying.
        .
                    2. Which is a kitchen safety
                     hazard related to choking?




     Mixing cake batter                     Feeding a young child
A:                                     B:   a hot dog.
     next to a filled sink.




   Cleaners stored in the                 Standing on the
C: pantry.                             D: kitchen counter to find
                                          the sugar.
  B. Feeding a
young child a hot
      dog.
     3. Which is a kitchen safety hazard related
               to an electrical issue?




A: Wearing flip flops in       B: Washing knives in a
    foods lab.                      sink of soapy water




C: Mixing cake batter          D:   Feeding a young child
    next to a filled sink           a hot dog.
C. Mixing cake
batter next to a
filled sink
               4. Which is a kitchen safety
               hazard related to poisoning?




   Standing on the
A: kitchen counter to find        B: Cleaners stored in the
   the sugar                           pantry




    Sodium and oil
    Not cleaning foods
C: from the drip pan              D:   Wearing flip flops in
    high in saturated fats
   after frying                        foods lab
B. Cleaners
 stored in
the pantry
               5. Which is a kitchen safety
                  hazard related to cuts ?




A: Washing knives in a            B:   Mixing cake batter
    sink of soapy water                next to a filled sink




C: Cleaners stored in the         D:   Wearing flip flops in
    pantry                             foods lab
A: Washing knives
in a sink of soapy
water
 6. Which kitchen safety hazard relates to falls?




    Not cleaning oil from          Standing on the
A: the drip pan after         B: kitchen counter to find
    frying                         the sugar




C: Washing knives in a        D:    Mixing cake batter
    sink of soapy water             next to a filled sink
B. Standing on
  the kitchen
counter to find
   the sugar
   7. Why is it important to keep knives sharp?




                                   So it is easier to find in
A: So they will all match     B:
                                   the knife drawer




   To make clear, safe
   cuts, you are less               So people can see that
C: likely to cut yourself     D:
                                    you care about your
   with a sharp knife               cutlery.
C: To make clear,
safe cuts, you
are less likely to
cut yourself with
a sharp knife
            8. What is the importance of hand
            washing during food preparation?




     It is the most effective
A: way to stop the spread         B: The soap helps keep
     of illness                       your hands soft



     It helps you stay busy          It can help you learn to
     in the kitchen
C:                                D: sing.
A: It is the most
effective way to
stop the spread of
illness
                       9. Food Safety is…?




     Cleanliness of                       How to handle food to
A:                                   B:   prevent food borne
     equipment and
     facilities                           illness




C:   A waste of time                 D: Impossible to achieve
                                          these days
B. How to
handle food to
prevent food
borne illness
                    10. Food sanitation is…?




                                          How food is handled to
A: Only possible in an               B: prevent food borne
     industrial kitchen                   illness




     Never achieved                       Cleanliness of
C:                                   D:
                                          equipment and
                                          facilities
D. Cleanliness of
 equipment and
    facilities
      11. Key recommendation of the
USDA Dietary Guidelines for food safety are…?




     Clean: wash hand and         Separate raw, cooked,
A:                           B:
     food-contact surfaces        and ready-to-eat foods




     Cook foods to a safe         All of the above
C: temperature to kill       D:
     microorganisms
D. All of the
   above
12. Which are the Key Recommendations of the
    USDA Dietary Guidelines for food safety?




A: Clean, Save, Cook,      B:    Buy cheap, wrap in
   Freeze                        large packages, freeze




C: Spend more time         D: Clean, Separate, Cook,
    preparing meals             Chill
D. Clean,
Separate,
Cook, Chill
          13. How does cross-contamination
              cause food borne illness?:




A: Through pollination         B: By using too high of
                                   cooking temperatures




                                  From buying food from
C: Spreads harmful             D: more than one grocery
    bacterial to other food       store
C. Spreads
harmful
bacterial to
other food
         14. Suzie put the bananas in the
        grocery bag with the raw chicken.
      What food safety hazard is this causing?




A: Mixing of flavors           B:   Saving of grocery
                                    bags




C:   Cross-contamination       D:   Loss of nutrients
C. Cross-
contamination
 15. What are the seven types (classifications) of
            kitchen safety hazards?




   Cuts, burns/fires, falls,             Cuts, burns, fires,
   electrical issues,
A: chemical poisoning,              B:   falls, electrical issues,
                                         chemical poisoning,
   choking, other issues.                choking.


                                         Bad tasting food, not
   Cuts, first aid, fires, falls,        enough time to eat,
C: chemical poisoning, bad          D:   burns, falls, choking,
   cooking, electrical issues.           chemical poisoning,
                                         poor lighting.
A. Cuts, burns/fires,
falls, electrical issues,
 chemical poisoning,
choking, other issues
            16. Which is one way to prevent
             cutting yourself in the kitchen?




                                       Wash knives
A: Keep knives sharp              B:
                                       separately




C: Dispose of broken              D:   All of these
    glass properly
D. All of these
    17.Cover wound, apply pressure, wash with
        soap and water, apply antiseptic and
       sterile bandage, take victim to hospital
if wound is severe is the first aid for which accident?




 A: Burns                        B: Cuts




 C: falls                        D:   choking
B. Cuts
 18. What is the best prevention for burns/fires?




    Use potholder to               Open lids away from
A: handle hot utensils        B:
                                   you




   Turn handles of pans
   away from the edge of           All of these
C: the range to avoid         D:
   tipping
D. All of these
                 19. Stop, drop, and roll.
           Place area under cold running water.
                  Do not apply ointment.
                   Do not break blisters.
              This is the correct first aid for…




A: Fire/burns                      B:   cuts




C: falls                           D:   chocking
A. Fires/Burns
        20. Which action will help prevent falls:




A: Climb on counters to           B:   Wipe up spills
    reach items you need               immediately




   Use lots of loose                 Use a bar stool to
C: scatter rugs in the            D: reach something up
   kitchen                           high
B. Wipe up spills
   immediately
21. If someone falls do not move the victim and:




    Make the person
A: comfortable and call      B:   Put a splint on their
    for help                      arm




   Give them a glass of         Raise their heart
C: water                     D: higher than their feet
A. Make the person
 comfortable and
    call for help
           22. Avoid working with water and…




A: And flour at the same        B:   Electrical appliances
    time                             at the same time




   cleansers at the same             Lemons at the same
C: time                         D:
  B. Electrical
appliances at the
   same time
            23. To prevent electrical issues…




A: Unplug appliances by          B:   Replace frayed cords
    the plug not the cord




   Do not use damaged
C: appliances                    D: All of these
D. All of these
24. Do not touch someone who is experiencing an
                electrical shock…




   Remove the source of
A: the shock with a non     B:   Call 911 first
   conductive material
   (wood or plastic)



     Start CPR                 Help them to sit up so
C:                          D: they can breath better
A. Remove the source
 of the shock with a
   non conductive
  material (wood or
       plastic)
                  25. Keep all hazardous
                 products and medication…




A: Out on the cabinet so         B:   Underneath the sink in
    you can get to it easily          the kitchen




   Together for easy                Out of the reach of
C: access                        D: children
D. Out of the reach
    of children
                   26. Keep all chemicals…




A: In their original               B:     Underneath the sink in
    containers                            the kitchen




   Together for easy                    Underneath the sink in
C: access                          D: the bathroom, so you can
                                        clean the bathroom often
A. In their original
containers
27. Keep all chemicals away from food to avoid…




A: Accidental poisoning     B:   The place you want to
                                 clean




     An electrical shock
C:                          D:   the police
A. Accidental
 poisoning
28. If you need to call the Poison Control Center
               you should have…




A: Your credit card ready    B:   The correct spelling of
    to pay for the call           your name




   An adult there to place      The container with you
C: the call                  D: so you can give
                                information
D. The container
with you so you
     can give
   information
              29. Which food would be least
               likely to choke a young child?




A: cheese                          B:   Hot dog




     grapes
C:                                 D: Raw carrots
A. cheese
        30. You should not do this while eating.




A: Think                         B:   Listen to music




     Lie down                         swallow
C:                               D:
C. Lie down
            31. What is first aid for choking?




    Hit someone hard on
A: the back between the           B:   Abdominal thrust or
    shoulder blades                    the Heimlich maneuver




   Stick your finger down              swallow
C: the choking person’s           D:
   throat
  B. Abdominal
thrust or the
Heimlich maneuver
32. Do not wear _________ while cooking to avoid
        the “other” safety hazard category.




A: gloves                    B:   Hair net




     An apron                   Jewelry or loose fitting
C:                           D: clothing
D. Jewelry or loose
  fitting clothing
                        33. Wear…




A: Closed-toed shoes            B:   Dangling jewelry




   Your hair down and                Baggy clothes
C: loose                        D:
A. Closed-
toed shoes
 34. If jewelry gets caught in a small appliance…




A: Turn the appliance on      B:   Call 911
    high




   Throw the appliance           Try to remove it to
C: away                       D: prevent cutting the
                                 victim
D. Try to
remove it to
prevent cutting
the victim
35. If your hair gets caught in a small appliance…




A: Call 911                   B:   Turn the appliance on
                                   high




     Try to release it           Throw the appliance
C:                            D: away
C. Try to
release it
             36. If your hair catches on fire…




                                      Spray a fire
A: Smother the fire with a         B: extinguisher on your
    cloth                             head



                                      Wear a hat to school
   Use shampoo to
C:                                 D: the next day
   extinguish the fire
A. Smother
the fire with a
cloth
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