Type
Word Search
Description

boom
burns
caution
celebration
chemicals
colorful
dangerous
death
emergency room
fingers
fire
fire crackers
fireworks
hands
independence
injury
pyrotechnic
rockets
roman candles
smoke
sparklers
summer
tnt

National Safety Month Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Accident
Alcohol
Avoid
Caution
Child
Communicate
Conditions
Danger
Death
Dispatcher
Driving
Drugs
Earthquake
Emergency
Fatigue
Fire
First Aid
Hazard
Health
Home
Injury
Law
Lighting
Prevention
Procedures
Protection
Regulations
Risk
Safety
Smoke
Time
Tornado
Training
Warning
Work

Fire Prevention Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Something that can be unsafe Dangerous
Effect of fire, fire causes destruction by ding this Burning
A unexpected situation Emergency
A plan to get away from danger ESCAPEROUTE
A device that contains water, foam and gas Extinguisher
On of the 4 element that bonds chemically with oxygen Fire
A sheet of retardant material Fire blanket
hot glowing body of a fire Flame
Fire releases this high teperature Heat
Fire lives on this gas Oxygen
Fire extinguisher tip PASS
Something that can be avoided Preventable
To protect and prevent harm Safety
A visible vapor Smoke
A device that can detect a fire Smoke detector

Workplace Safety and Emergencies Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ABC extinguisher
abdominal thrust
combustible
compliance
CPR
emergency
emergency action plan
emergency coordinator
emergency medical services
emergency procedures
evacuation
fatigue
fire extinguisher
first aid
flammable liquid
hazard
major emergency
material safety data sheet
minor emergency
minor injury
neglicence
OSHA
OSHAct
paramedic
right-to-know
Safety
safety procedure

Workplace Safety Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

accident
cpr
danger
emergency
evacuation
fall
fatigue
fire
fire extinguisher
first aid
hazard
incident
injury
investigation
lockout
near miss
policy
procedures
risk
safety
safety glasses
slip
trip
unsafe

Chapter 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An unplanned, undesirable event that can cause property damage, injuries or fatalities, time lost from work, or disruptions of work. accident
Each operation needs to have forms for reporting injuries or illnesses involving both guests and employees. accident investigation
The deliberate and malicious burning of property. arson
These fire safety systems operate even when no one is in the facility and usually include a type of heat detector that releases dry or wet chemicals, carbon dioxide, or inert gases. automatic systems
Restores breathing and heartbeat to injured persons who show no signs of breathing or a pulse. cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Usually involve wood, paper, cloth, or cardboard and typically happen in dry-storage areas, dining areas, garbage areas, and restrooms. Class A Fires
Usually involve flammable liquids and grease and typically start in kitchens and maintenance areas. Class B Fires
Usually involve live electrical equipment and typically occur in motors, switches, cords, circuits, and wiring. class C fires
A plan designed to protect workers, guests, and property in the case of an emergency or disaster. Emergency plan
Routes planned to give everyone at least two ways out of the building to a safe meeting place in case of emergency. Evacuation Routes
Medical treatment given to an injured person either for light injuries or until more complete treatment can be provided by emergency service or other health care providers. First Aid
Work by reacting to the movement of flames. Flame Detectors
A safety inspection of facilities, equipment, employee practices, and management practices. General Safety Audit
Also called Right-to-Know and HAZCOM. This safety standard requires that all employers notify their employees about chemical hazards present on the job and train employees to use these materials safely. Hazard Communication Standard
Items that cause short- or long-term injuries or illnesses. Health Hazards
Detect fires where there is no smoke. They are activated by the significant increase of temperature associated with fire. Heat Detectors
Removes food or other obstacles from the airway of a choking person. Heimlich Maneuver
The legal responsibility that one person has to another. Liability
A report OSHA requires from chemical manufacturers and suppliers for each hazardous chemical they sell. Material Safety Data Sheet
An event in which property damage or injury is narrowly avoided. Near Miss
The federal agency that creates and enforces safety related standards and regulations in the workplace. OSHA
A summary of occupational injuries and illnesses that each operation maintains throughout the year. OSHA Form No. 300
Materials, situations, or things (including chemicals) that can cause damage to property and immediate injury. Physical Hazards
All the property around a restaurant or foodservice establishment. Premises
Designed to meet the specific needs of the operation, these guidelines are based on existing safety practices and the insurance carrier's requirements. Safety Program Guidelines
Work by reacting to smoke Smoke Detectors

Fireworks Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

cracklebomb
smoker
fountain
sparkler
spinner
ariel
tank
phantom
tnt
blackcat

FIRST AID Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bleeding oozes rather than flows capillary
partial thickness classified as second degree burns
type of shock treated with epinepherine anaphylactic
referred to as syncope fainting
type of injury necessary to flush with water/call EMS chemical burns
bleeding flows more and is darker in color venous
bleeding flows more rapidly/bright red and spurts arterial
estimating body surface burned rule of nines
this condition requires immobilization musculoskeletal
heat related emergency displays moist pale skin, headaches and weakness heat exhaustion
condition that occurs due to exposure to cold hypothermia
shock resulted from hypoglycemia, requires giving sugar insulin
sharp pain in the middle of the chest/pain down left arm myocardial infarction
condition where you lie the patient down and open an airway shock
bandage-injury at the elbow figure eight
bandage-wound to lower leg spiral
fracture to the long bone splint
bandage-injury to finger tubular
shock respiratory-treatment? intubation
shock-cardiogenic/treatment? ivdopamine
shock-septic/treatment? iv norepinephrine
shock-hemorrhagic/treatment? stop bleeding
shock-hypovolemic/treatment? replace fluids
shock-anaphylactic/treatment? epinephrine

Hand Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Primary cause of hand injuries is __________not performing as expected equipment
Work station __________is a critical factor in hand safety housekeeping
It is essential that employees not expose themselves or others to hazards by removing or avoiding __________ guards
Tools used in the workplace must be substantial and __________ functional
Use the proper __________for the task. glove
__________ __________ protect your hands from rough surfaces. leather gloves
__________ __________ __________ prevent or reduce cuts from knives or sharp edges. cut resistant gloves
Common cause of hand injuries is __________. distractions
Remove __________before using power tools or working on machine jewelry
__________ __________ can provide protection from hot objects insulated gloves
Various kinds of __________ __________ __________ prevent contact with chemicals. chemical resistant gloves
Carpal tunnel syndrome results from __________ repetitive work with the hands prolonged
__________your fingers and hands is important for your work and quality of life. Protecting
There are several practices employers and employees can implement to reduce the risk of hand injury: engineering controls, administrative controls and __________ __________ __________ personal protective equipment
Always report and treat __________ injuries promptly. hand
Hand injuries account for 30% of injuries at __________. work
The most common type of hand injury is a crushing or __________ injury. compression
Each year more than 15,000 workers end up in the emergency room as a result of __________ __________ __________ injuries. hand tool related
Keep your hands of of _________ __________. pinch points
Clean and __________ all cuts and abrasions. bandage

Lab Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In case of a fire, you should know the location of this important piece of equipment. Fire Extinguisher
You should always ________ the day's experiment before you begin, paying close to safety issues. Review
Secure loose or dangling _________ before beginning a lab. Clothes
Wearing this will protect your clothes. Apron
In case of a fire in the lab you should _________. Leave
What you need before you bring an animal to the lab or classroom. Permission
_______ one chemical with another can be dangerous. Never do so unless the textbook or your teacher has specifically asked you too. Mixing
Never work _________ in the laboratory. Alone
Never pour water into this; instead, slowly pour this into water. Acid
If a chemical comes into contact with your eyes, wash them for at least ____________ minutes. Fifteen
Handle scissors, scalpels, knives, and other _________ objects with extreme caution. Sharp
When heating something in this type of glassware, never point it at yourself or anyone else. Test Tube
Never _________ any liquid while in the lab, unless specifically instructed to do so by your teacher. Drink
Know where this communication tool is before you begin any lab; you may need to find it in case of an emergency. Telephone
Report accidents to your teacher, no matter how _________ they may seem. Small
Some of these are corrosive. Chemicals
Only _____ lab equipment as your teacher instructs you to do so. Use
Don't wear ___________ in the laboratory, closed toe shoes are the best to wear. Sandals
This kind of glassware is dangerous to use because it has stress points where the glass may break. Chipped
_______ carefully to your teacher; they may tell you important information regarding the lab or equipment. Listen

Science Safety Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

____________ goggles protect your eyes from danger safety
what do you use on your hands for safety gloves
What should you wear on your body for safety apron
What is used to exinguish a fire fire blanket
Who should you notify if you have a safety concern teacher
What should you do if you get something in your eye Wash
What do you use if you spill chemicals on you water
You should ________ pay attention always
Instead of run, what should you do in the lab Walk
If you don't __________ to the instructions, you won't know what to do LIsten
WIth _________ cut, you should report it to your teacher any
Never ____________ chemicals Inhale
With __________ burns, immerse in water and notify the teacher minor
You should never touch or step in this is if it is broken Glass
It is not safe to try these without asking a teacher experiments
_______________ the location of safety equipment know