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  1. Usually involves live electrical equipment
  2. Blisters form and may ooze Intense pain & swelling
  3. Disrupt the flame's chain reaction- use extinguisher
  4. clean up spills
  5. 3 feet above the spot where the top of the ladder rests
  6. Apply pressure, clean with water, apply antibiotic
  7. Property around the restaurant
  8. Flush chemicals off the skin with cool running water for 20 minutes and apply cool, wet cloth
  9. Methods and techniques employees use to perform their jobs
  10. Least serious degree of burn. Skin turns red, feels sensitive
  11. A method of establishing the facts about any accident occurring in the workplace
  12. Legal term means that an ordinary person would think that an operation uses careful precautions
  13. Usually involves flammable liquids or grease
  14. Yearlong log of occupational illnesses & injuries
  15. Method of protecting people in case of an emergency or disaster
  16. how to check the weight of a load
  17. frayed cords, plugs with same size prongs, too many plugs in an outlet, cracked switchplates
  18. Employees should always use this to reach racks and shelves that are higher than shoulder level
  19. cool the burn with running cold water for 5 minutes
  20. Place it down on a sanitized surface and let other person pick it up
  21. Usually involves wood,paper, cloth or cardboard
  22. Efficient path to the outside of building
  23. racks, scabbards or sheaths
  24. Lose/baggy shirts, jewelry, scarves, neckties
  25. always leave a way to escape
  26. Legal responsibility that 1 person has to another
  27. Fire-detection device that operates by sensing the presence of smoke
  28. Building (inside and out) including electricity and plumbing
  29. hot foods
  30. the deliberate and malicious burning of property
  31. The medical treatment given to an injured person
  32. disposable protective equipment
  33. Fire-detection device that operates by sensing movement of flames
  34. Fire-fighting device that operates even when no one is in the facility
  35. Used to restore breathing and heartbeat
  36. Everything used to perform jobs
  37. Inspection to judge the level of safety in an operation
  38. Most serious burn , damage to the nerve
  39. Remove the fire's fuel supply
  40. Methods and techniques managers use to perform their jobs
  41. skid-resistant soles, low, sturdy heels, closed toed
  42. 2 employees to work together so one can hold the ladder
  43. Cool the fire's fuel below its combustion point
  44. federal agency creates and enforces safety related standards & regulations in the workplace
  45. Careful with ice crystals, don't fill more than half full, follow manufacturer's directions, stand back
  46. Pull the pin, Aim at the base of fire, Squeeze the trigger, Sweep from side to side
  47. with the cutting edge angled slightly away from your body
  48. occur on steps, floors, and pavement
  49. Used to remove obstacles from a choking person's airways
  50. Describe hazards of chemicals in a restaurant
  51. Lift with the legs not your back
  52. always check the pressure gauge
  53. rest injured part, apply ice or a cold compress
  54. An unplanned, undesirable event
  55. cleaning for hoods and ducts
  56. Deny it oxygen
  1. a Most common slips, trips, and falls
  2. b Emergency plan
  3. c Treatment cuts and scrapes
  4. d Suitable footwear
  5. e Management practices
  6. f Arson
  7. g Smoke detector
  8. h When fighting a fire
  9. i Liability
  10. j Second degree burn
  11. k OSHA
  12. l Step ladders or step stools
  13. m accident investigation
  14. n Automatic system
  15. o First aid
  16. p Third degree burn
  17. q 2nd step to put out fire
  18. r Straight ladder should reach
  19. s General Safety Audit
  20. t Treatment for minor burns
  21. u Accident
  22. v Unsuitable clothing
  23. w Class B fire
  24. x Equipment
  25. y Carry knives
  26. z Employee practices
  27. aa Heat detector
  28. ab OSHA Form No 300
  29. ac Electrical hazards that contribute to fires
  30. ad Always warn guests when serving
  31. ae Class A fire
  32. af Basic precautions for deep fryer
  33. ag Proper way to lift
  34. ah 3rd step to put out fire
  35. ai MSDS
  36. aj CPR
  37. ak Every 6 months
  38. al Knife storage
  39. am 4th step to put out fire
  40. an Immediately
  41. ao Treatment for Chemical burns
  42. ap Safest way to use a ladder
  43. aq When using steam equipment
  44. ar Reasonable care
  45. as Class C fire
  46. at Heimlich maneuver
  47. au Premises
  48. av Facilities
  49. aw First degree burn
  50. ax Life a corner of the load
  51. ay Safely passing a knife
  52. az Evacuation route
  53. ba 1st step to put out fire
  54. bb PASS System
  55. bc Nonlatex gloves
  56. bd Treatment for sprains and strains