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First aid for burns in restraurants.
Oregon Department of Human Services Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology
Portland, OR: Oregon Department of Human Services Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology, 2005 Jan; :1
If you get burned: 1. First get away from the heat source. 2. Run cool water slowly over the burn area for several minutes. 3. Cover the burn with a clean, dry cloth or bandage. Get medical help immediately: 1. If the burn covers a large body area. 2. If the burn is on the face, eyes, hands or feet. 3. If the burn causes extreme pain or numbness. 4. If you breathed in smoke. 5. If the burn produces blisters. 6. If chemicals or electrical shock caused the burn. Warning! 1. Do not apply ice or ice water. 2. Do not apply butter, first aid creams, sprays or home remedies. 3. Do not try to remove clothing or dirt stuck to the burn. 4 Do not break a blister unless told to do so by a doctor.
Burns; Safety-measures; Safety-education; Safety-programs; Skin; Skin-protection; Skin-exposure; Exposure-levels; Workers
First aid for burns in restraurants
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