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  • Cooley Dickinson Offers Choking-relief Course for Food-service Workers


    NORTHAMPTON — Cooley Dickinson Health Care is offering a course designed for anyone who works in food service and wants to learn basic choking-relief skills. Completion of this course also satisfies 105 CMR 590.001 State Food Code requirements.

    The course will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. in the Dakin Conference Room at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. The course fee is $20 per person.

    Upcoming course dates (all Mondays) are June 26, Sept. 25, and Dec. 4. To register for any of them, visit www.cooleydickinson.org/events/choking-awareness. For more information or to inquire about a custom course, call Michele Hildebrandt at (413) 582-2400.

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