Health and Safety in the Kitchen Quiz
Test Your Health and Safety Knowledge
A commercial kitchen can be a dangerous environment to work in. Dozens of feet dash back and forth, fires on stoves burn fiercely, and a range of kitchen equipment – both electrical and non-electrical – is used all day long. All sorts of hazards may be posed by kitchen activities, which could lead to accidents or ill-health if not properly managed. Do you know how to uphold health and safety in a kitchen environment? Test your knowledge with our quick quiz.
When should a risk assessment be carried out?
Which of these items commonly used in a kitchen is considered a hazardous substance?
A piece of portable equipment you’ve been using to prepare food – an electric whisk – appears to be faulty; it sometimes doesn’t turn on and sometimes turns off by itself. What should you do?
What type of work activities carried out in a kitchen environment could lead to occupational dermatitis?
A risk assessment of the kitchen is being carried out. Which of the following is a health and safety hazard that should be addressed?
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