Want us to verify something for you? Email email@example.com THE QUESTION A lot of viewers following the story of the man who choked to death early Sunday morning asked whether Voodoo Donuts specifically and Colorado restaurants generally train employees in CPR and/or the Heimlich maneuver. WHAT WE FOUND First Aid Training First we wanted to ascertain whether any state has a law requiring training for food service employees. That answer is yes. We found 12 states with laws about helping choking victims. You can find links to each of the state laws or choking poster at the bottom of this story. Some states on the list like Arkansas and Florida require restaurants hang posters that illustrate how to perform the Heimlich maneuver or what the Red Cross calls the abdominal thrust procedure. And Oregon, which is where Voodoo Donuts originated, requires business owners to train all food service employees in the Red Cross technique within a reasonable time after date of employment. Its important to note that the majority of these states also have a liability law on their books specifically for restaurant employees. These laws shield employees from lawsuits if they injure a choking customer while trying to help.
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The premise is simple: do a good deed for someone and encourage them to pay it forward. This year, Scouts Canada is partnering with the Canadian Red Cross to offer free introductory first aid training to youth ages nine to 16. In the Halifax Regional Municipality, its taking place at the Canadian Red Cross office at 133 Troop Ave. in Burnside. When the Scouts first approached us, we thought it was a perfect fit, says Don Marentette, director of first aid training for the Canadian Red Cross. We want people to be comfortable in performing first aid, so any opportunity to extend our training is a win for us. Four first aid training sessions will be offered in Burnside beginning at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30. The courses will explore prevention and response training, focusing on increasing the confidence of youth and inspiring action when they are presented with an emergency situation and the opportunity to help someone in need.