Here are some of the most common dangers in a commercial kitchen:Lacerations from knives or blades.Cuts from broken glassware.Electrical burns from faulty appliances.Chemical exposure from improper use of cleaning chemicals or raw food.Burns from hot surfaces.Falls from ladders or unsafe seating arrangements. Keep yourself safe in a kitchen by staying aware of your surroundings at all times, identifying the hazards that surround you and acting accordingly to keep yourself protected. Take small but careful steps towards keeping yourself out of harm's way so you can enjoy cooking. Other safety measures that can be taken in a kitchen to stay safe includes:Wearing slip resistant shoes or socks so you don't lose your footing on the kitchen floor.Ensuring that all knives are sharpened to prevent any accidents occurring when using them.Always use appropriate safety gear, such as goggles and gloves to protect yourself from any dangerous chemicals or stray objects flying around.Always work in a well-ventilated area. You do not want to be breathing in toxic fumes while trying to cook for hours. Keep aware of how long it has been since you've left an open window or door, because if the building isn't properly ventilated then carbon monoxide can build up quickly inside which will lead you to collapse without much warning.