Something as simple as knowing how to stop bleeding could save a persons life or at least lessen the severity of injury. This month, the LaSalle County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is offering the American Heart Associations Heartsaver First Aid Training. The training is a video-based, instructor-led course that teaches students critical skills to respond to and manage an emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services arrive. Students will learn duties and responsibilities of first aid rescuers; first aid actions for medical emergencies, including severe choking, heart attack and stroke; and skills for handling injury and environmental emergencies including external bleeding, broken bones and sprains, bites and stings. The training will take place on Monday, April 24 from 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m. at the LaSalle County Health Department, 717 E. Etna Road, Ottawa. The class will be limited to 12 people per session. The only cost associated with the training is for the certificate from the American Heart Association. There will be a $4 charge for an E-Card that will be e-mailed to participants the day of the training or a $4.25 charge for a paper card that will be mailed within 48 hours after the training. Participants can pay with cash that day or pay online when they register for a small convenience fee.
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Wilson said she expects the bill, if enacted, to help those growers who are working toward legitimacy. But most worker abuses, she said, are not happening on legal marijuana farms. It is still the people in the shadows, because in the shadows, we have a culture of silence. Snitches get stitches the underground still goes by that, Wilson said. So as long as the majority of our cannabis is being grown underground, these are going to continue. Shoshana Walter can be reached at email@example.com . Follow her on Twitter: @shoeshine . Sign up for our newsletter Stay up to date with the latest investigations and episodes from Reveal delivered to your inbox. Thanks for your interest in republishing this story. New bill would require pot worker training in safety, sexual harassment By Shoshana Walter Reveal from The Center for Investigative ReportingApril 24, 2017 As a nonprofit newsroom, we want to share our work with as many people as possible. You are free to embed our audio and video content from SoundCloud and YouTube, respectively.