CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST VERIFY YOUVE GOT QUESTIONS, WELL FIND ANSWERS A 9NEWS project to make sure what youve heard is true, accurate, verified. Want us to verify something for you? Email firstname.lastname@example.org 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 we wanted to ascertain whether any state has a law requiring training for food service employees. That answer is yes. We found a list of 14 states with laws about helping choking victims. The list comes from Connecticuts Office of Legislative Research. States across the county have these kinds of agencies. Their jobs are to provide analysis, research, and advice to lawmakers. 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.
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