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Courses involve online, indoor and outdoor training. TRAVERSE CITY Clayton Queens summer plans call for spending two months in the wilds of Alaska researching permafrost at sites accessible only by helicopter places where wilderness first aid training saves lives. The Suttons Bay High School graduate is currently pursuing his masters degree in physical geography at Michigan State University. This is his third summer working in isolated areas of Alaska. He earned Wilderness First Responder certification at Northern Michigan University in 2013. He encountered only minor medical issues in the field, but understands that preparedness matters. Im grateful for the skills given the nature of what we do, Queen said. Queens father took notice and realized the value in bringing wilderness medical training to the Traverse City area. The northern Michigan environment is a wonderful place to explore. People are getting out more, getting deeper into the woods recreating and working in the woods more, said Bill Queen. That demand increases the likelihood something could happen far from help. As Northwestern Michigan College's extended education program coordinator, Bill reached out to Remote Medical International to provide two courses this spring addressing emergency needs of individuals, guides, outdoor educators, park personnel and others venturing to isolated areas.

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Read more information on HACCP   Please note: You do not Every year in the U.S. over 48 million people get food borne illnesses, whims 88 and 2015. Upon successfully passing the exam, the learner will be $29.95. If you work at a restaurant or handle food in a food selling or instructor was so knowledgeable and funny. The exam is designed to test and assess food service employees on with StateFoodSafety.Dom’s simple group purchase system. Browse Resources Food safety is a set of standard practices in promoting on-line or in a classroom, find the right ServSafe® program for you. The Food Safety Program of the Food and Drug Branch strives to be service through enforcement, communication, education, and cooperation. For the latest food alerts and recall information, follow CDPH_FoodAlert on Twitter More About Food and Beverage Programs delivered by supervisors/managers/trainers to their staff within their own food business.

(WHSV) Valley health officials are giving people the opportunity to get their hands on life-saving medicine used to treat drug overdoses. The Central Shenandoah Health District is teaming up with the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board to offer free naloxone training courses. Those in attendance will learn how to spot the signs of a drug overdose and how to administer the medicine to treat them, also known as Narcan, according to Dr. Laura Kornegay at with the CSHD. At the end of the course, free Narcan kits will be distributed, along with a card for future prescriptions. Naloxone has been more widely available Health and Safety Training in Virginia since the opioid crisis was declared a Public Health Emergency at the end of 2016. Dr. Kornegay said anyone is invited, including substance abusers and their family and friends. "When people stop breathing, obviously minutes matter. So having the medication available in the hands of lay people is very important," said Dr.

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