Cooking Safety Tips
Cooking Safety tips to avoid fires from the National Fire Protection Association
Always be alert while cooking. If you have been drinking or feel tired or sleepy, you should not use your stove.
Never leave your stove unattended while frying, boiling, grilling or broiling food.
You should be checking your food regularly, if you are roasting, baking or simmering.
Keep anything flammable away from your stovetop…this includes wooden utensils, towels, curtains, mitts or food packaging.
If you have a small grease fire on the stove, slide a lid over the pan and turn off the heat. Leave it alone until it is cooled. If the fire is large, call 9-1-1 immediately.
If something catches fire in the oven, keep the door close and turn off the heat. If it is not contained, call 9-1-1.
If you are even in doubt of fighting a small fire, just get out and close the door behind you and
Should disaster strike, call 9-1-1. After the fire is out, call the pros SERVPRO of Howell/Wall at 732-577-1010 to help. We will make it "Like it never even happened."