These laws shield employees from lawsuits if they injure a choking customer while trying to help. So, does Colorado have a law like this? We searched Colorados revised statutes, called the Colorado Restaurant Association and searched the Code of Colorado Regulations available on the Secretary of States website. And the answer is no. The same goes for Denver, said Meghan Hughes, a spokesperson for the Denver Department of Environmental Health. The department oversees restaurant inspections, and Hughes couldnt find any regulations about signs or employee training. That means its up to individual restaurants and chains to decide what kind of training or signs they want to provide their employees. We called Voodoo Donuts to ask what kind of training it provides the employees at the Denver location. We know its Oregon employees get training, but we didnt hear back from the doughnut shops Denver location. Health and Safety Training BOTTOM LINE Its tragic no one could save Travis Malouff when he choked to death Sunday morning. We don't know what kind of training Voodoo employees had, but we do know Colorado doesnt require training for food service employees.
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Chemical incidents dont just impact an individual facility and its employees, they impact entire communities and often a substantial number of people around our nation, said ASSE President Tom Cecich, CSP, CIH. Understanding the cause of a serious incident benefits all of us. While we understand this administration aims to make the government leaner, more effective and more accountable, removing the only federal agency solely dedicated to investigating chemical incidents hurts the efforts to build stronger manufacturing capabilities. EPA, headed by Scott Pruitt, a former Oklahoma Attorney General who sued the agency multiple times in that role, is facing a drastic 25-30 percent budget cut, according to reports. If the proposed budget cuts occur, agency staffing, projects headed by contractors and several grant programs aimed at state environmental issues likely will be heavily impacted. The proposed budget essentially eliminates the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI), which was authorized for $300 million under the Obama administration but has been reduced to $10 million under Trumps proposed budget. In his confirmation hearings, Pruitt promised to maintain funding for the GLRI, and allegedly was surprised by the president's move to strip it out of EPA's funding request. That deep cut has drawn a rebuke from Sen. Rob Portman, a Republican from Ohio, who said: The Great Lakes are an invaluable resource to Ohio, and the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative has been a successful public-private partnership that helps protect both our environment and our economy. Portman quoted a recent study, which found that the GLRIs work generates a total of more than $80 billion in benefits in health, tourism, fishing and recreation. The study also states that GLRI saves communities like Toledo, Ohio $50 million in costs, and increases property values across the region by a total of $12 billion. The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative has been a critical tool in our efforts to help protect and restore Lake Erie, and when the Obama administration proposed cuts to the program, I helped lead the effort to restore full funding, said Portman. I have long championed this program, and Im committed to continuing to do everything I can to protect and preserve Lake Erie, including preserving this critical program and its funding. Portman also indicated that he voted to approve Pruitt's nomination to head EPA based in part on Pruitt's promise to fund GLRI.