Lab and Kitchen Saftey

by:Jermey Vickers and Matt Weinrich

 Chemical hazards are gases, vapors, liquids, fumes or dusts that can result in poisoning, lung disease, skin irritation, or damage to other parts of the body. Examples include cleaning products, asbestos, and pesticides  

A physical hazard is a type of occupational hazard that involves environmental hazard that can cause harm with or without contact.

Illness caused by food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, or toxins.

Salmonella

How illness is spread~spread through raw meats

How to prevent contamination~always cook food to correct temp 

 

common symptoms ~ upset stomach,vommiting,and fever 

 

how to treat an illness~sometimes requires a doctors visit 

 

food associated with illness~ meat 

Direct contamination occurs when one type of food touches or drips onto another type of food which may be raw or cooked. Cross contamination happens when the  bacteria from your hands touches kitchen surfaces or utensils onto food.

Clean means that soil and food are visibly removed from surfaces. Sanitary means that those surfaces have a reduction of pathogens.