PSSC to Host Demos on Potential Dangers of Holiday Cooking, Nov. 22

How to Cook Safely This Holiday Season

PSSC to offer cooking demonstrations to show the dangers of holiday cooking.

How to Cook Safely This Holiday Season

This Tuesday, November 22, the Fire and Emergency Services program of the Puget Sound Skills Center (PSSC) will host demonstrations highlighting the potential dangers of holiday cooking.

The first demonstration will show what can happen when deep frying a turkey. Overfilling the container, overheating the oil, and using a frozen turkey are all common issues that can lead to a home disaster.

Following the turkey demonstration, PSSC will show what happens when water is used in an attempt to extinguish an oil-based cooking fire. Water and oil do not mix and make a bad situation much more dangerous.

Because cooking fires are the most common type of fire that fire departments respond to, the media is invited to participate in these demonstrations and help spread the safety messages as we work to help families have a safe and enjoyable holiday season.

Times:  9:00 AM and 11:30 AM
Date:  November 22, 2016
Location:  Puget Sound Skills Center, 18010 8th Ave. S., Burien, WA 98148

Please contact Captain Kyle Ohashi at 206-450-8400 for details. Students and staff will be available for interviews before and after the demonstrations.

The Puget Sound Skills Center is hosted by Highline Public Schools and offers 18 different programs designed to help prepare students for success in college, careers, and in citizenship. Learn more about PSSC at www.highlineschools.org/pssc.

 

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