Pot on a stove

Stop, drop, and roll

If your clothes catch on fire:
  1. stop immediately
  2. drop to the floor and cover your face with your hands
  3. roll over and over to extinguish the flames.

Cooling a burn

Cool the burned area immediately for 10 to 15 minutes with cool water. Never place ice, butter, or lotions on the burn.

Kitchen safety

Avoid wearing loose fitting sleeves when cooking that may touch a stove burner and ignite. Never leave hot food or liquids unattended at the edge of table or counter where it can be pulled down by a child.

Make sure that you turn port handles to the back of the stove when you cook, so that they don't get knocked or pulled off the stove.

Grease fires

You should never leave food unattended when you're cooking. The oil or fat can ignite and create a grease fire.

If a grease fire starts, carefully slide a lid over the pan and turn off the heat source. If you can't cover the fire, use baking soda to put it out. Never pour water on the fire.

Matches and lighters

Children playing with fire is often the cause of many fatal burn. Make sure to teach children that matches and lighters are not toys. You should use child-resistant lighters and store all matches and lighters out of reach of children. 

Water temperature

If you're running a bath, always start with cold water and add hot water until you get to the desired temperature. Before placing a child in the bathtub, test the temperature of the water by moving your hand through the water for several seconds. If the water feels hot, add cold water until the temperature feels comfortable.
In case of an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
If a burn blisters or chars, seek medical help immediately.