The kitchen can post many dangers and risks to include fire, cuts, food contamination and more. Over 150,000 house fires occur each year due to cooking equipment that catches fire. Frying is the cause of 63% stove fires. Burns can also place homeowners at risk. Majority of these occur at home in the bathroom or kitchen due to hot tap water. The following collection of kitchen safety slogans will help you keep safety in mind. These are preexisting and slogans used by others and organizations to promote awareness.
Avoid cross contamination in every state and nation.
Avoid future frustration, avoid cross contamination.
Be Alert! Expect the unexpected.
Be careful, safety isn’t just a slogan its a way of life.
Caution hot surface.
Cook it with care, well done not rare.
Don’t take chances, place it safe.
Food quality not Food quantity.
Health and safety is my life. Stand Back, this may be hot.
Heat the food to the right degree, to make it healthy and germ free.
If you are going to eat it later, keep it in the refrigerator.
If you don’t want to contaminate the meat, keep your kitchen counters neat!
If you try to cook your food quick, you will get sick.
In the Fridge you should know, to always keep the meats below.
Keep your kitchen safe, clean your kitchen.
Please keep kitchen clean.
Safety – It’s a choice, not a chance.
Safety and quality go hand in hand.
Safety starts here.
Serving safe food it’s not an option it’s an obligation.
Shortcuts cut life short.
There is no substitute for safety.
Think safety before you start.
To prevent a stomach ache, hygienic precautions you should take.
Use your head or germs will spread.
Warning Hot Oil.
Wash your hands before handling food.
Wash your hands before you eat, whether its an apple or meat.
When preparing foods keep it clean, a dirty area should not be seen.
Whether its peanuts or whether its cheese be aware of food allergies.
You need determination to prevent food contamination.
The below infographic outlines statistics for kitchen related accidents and deaths. There are approximately 1.169 million emergency visits each year due to lacerations or cuts on the hand or arm. Following the kitchen safety tips outlined below will help to minimize your potential risk.