Our Choke Saver course is approximately 2 hours and will show the techniques to manage choking emergencies in Adults, Children and Infants. We discuss what questions a 9-1-1 dispatcher will be asking and help the dispatcher may provide in this and other emergencies. We also touch on the legal considerations that come with providing aid.
As a reminder, Choke Saver training is required for many Massachusetts restaurants and suggested for all.
Pursuant to M.G.L. c. 94, § 305 D, each food service establishment having a seating capacity of 25 persons or more shall: (1) Have on its premises, while food is being served, an employee trained in manual procedures approved by the Department to remove food lodged in a person’s throat; and (2) Make adequate provisions for insurance to cover employees trained in rendering such assistance.
Classes are taught by AHA CPR/AED/First Aid Instructors.
On successful completion of the class you will receive a certificate valid for two years.
Pricing: $35/pp; $175 for groups of 6.