Cooking Hazards
First Aid
Food Handling
Food Cooking
Food Illnesses
Food Groups

Apply pressure with a clean, absorbent cloth or your fingers.

How to stop the bleeding?


Put out flames or remove the victim from the source of the burn

How to stop the burn?


Internal temperature needs to be 165 to be considered fully cooked.

What is chicken?

usually a mild illness characterized by sudden onset of fever, malaise, nausea, and abdominal discomfort, followed in several days by jaundice.

What is Hepatitis?


This Group includes milk, yogurt, cheese, lactose-free milk and fortified soy milk and yogurt. 

What is the Dairy Food Group?


Keep the area free of hazards. Clean up spills and wet floors immediately. Place a non-slip mat near the sink.

What are Slip and Trip Hazards?


Use caution when moving heavy pots of hot liquids from the stove.

How to prevent burn injuries?

  • Must be kept cold before use.  Always cook it before eating it.  

  • Store it in the shell before using

What are eggs?


caused by the parasite Trichinella spiralis. Its larvae can remain alive in human tissue for years.

What is Trichinosis?


options include beans, peas, and lentils, nuts, seeds, and soy products.

What is the Protien food group for vegetarians?


Wash your hands. Store foods at the correct temperature. Avoid cross contamination. Keep meats, eggs, etc away from fruits and vegetables. Check expiration dates.

What is food poisoning?  


This happens when an object lodges in the throat or windpipe blocking the flow of air.

What is choking?  


Use plain soap and water—skip the antibacterial soap—and scrub the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails for at least 20 seconds.

What is the proper handwashing technique?

  • This deadly disease is caused by ingesting bacteria that can be found in many kinds of food. 

  • Symptoms include dry mouth, double vision, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, sore throat, dizziness, constipation, weakness, muscle paralysis, and difficulty swallowing or breathing.

What is Botulism?

  • 1 cup of raw or cooked vegetables or vegetable juice

  • 2 cups of raw leafy salad greens

What is the serving size for the vegetable food group?


Use knives and sharp objects as designed. Cut on a board on a stable surface. Be aware of those around you.

What are ways to prevent cuts?

  1. One or both hands clutched to the throat

  2. A look of panic, shock or confusion

  3. Inability to talk

  4. Strained or noisy breathing

What are signs of choking?

If this food group begin to turn brown or dark colors appear, look or smell like rot, then you should not consume or cook with it.

What are vegetables?


This bacteria multiplies in warm temperatures and thrives on protein. Symptoms of infection include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, fever, chills, weakness, and dizziness.

What is Staphylococcal Enteritis?


Includes all fruits and 100% fruit juice. Fruits may be fresh, frozen, canned, or dried. Fruits can be eaten whole, cut up, pureed , or cooked. At least half of the recommended amount of fruit eaten should come from whole fruit, rather than 100% fruit juice.

What is the Fruit Food Group?


Be careful around hot surfaces. Do not wear loose fitting sleeves which might catch on fire.

How to prevent burns?

  1. Nut

  2. Milk

  3. Egg

  4. Scialac (Gluten)

  5. Shellfish

  6. Soy

What are the different types of food allergies?


This type of protein needs to be stored in clean sealed containers on the bottom of the fridge, so it won't touch or drip onto other food

What is Poultry?

  • This bacteria is linked to raw, uncooked eggs and poultry, and unwashed, raw vegetables and fruits. Salmonella poisoning symptoms include nausea, vomiting, fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea, dehydration, weakness, and loss of appetite.

What is Salmonella Enteritis?

  • 1 slice of bread

  • 1 cup of ready-to-eat cereal

  • ½ cup of cooked rice, cooked pasta, or cooked cereal

What is the serving size for the grain food group?

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