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Child and Restraint Systems (C.A.R.S.) Training

Minnesota law requires all licensed day care and foster care providers to complete a child passenger safety class in order to transport children. Carver County Public Health offers the 3-hour C.A.R.S. training three times each year for Carver County providers. The C.A.R.S. training is taught by a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. Participants are encouraged to register early, as class size is limited. Call Carver County Public Health at (952) 361-1329 for additional information, or to register for an upcoming course.

Responsible Beverage Server Training (RBST)

The Responsible Beverage Server Training educates participants about how to prevent over serving alcohol in order to keep individuals in Carver County safe from alcohol-related injuries and deaths, and how to keep businesses and servers that provide alcohol protected from criminal penalties. The training also addresses legal forms of identification, service practices that reduce the likelihood of over consumption, and how to identify and respond to early signs of excessive consumption, intoxicated patrons, and intervening to prevent intoxicated patrons from driving.

Call Carver County Public Health at (952) 361-1329 for upcoming training dates, or to schedule a responsible beverage server training.

Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome (SUIDS)

Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome (SUIDS) is a broad term used to encompass all sudden infant deaths, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), accidental deaths (such as suffocation and strangulation), sudden natural deaths, and homicides. There are about 4,000 sudden infant deaths each year in the U.S. About half of these are diagnosed as SIDS or unexplained, and other half are diagnosed as due to other causes.

The goals of the SUIDS training is to promote safe sleep environments, prevent accidental deaths, and prevent situations that could lead to suffocation, asphyxia or entrapment. Upon completing the training, participants will be able to define SIDS, identify strategies to reduce the risk of SIDS, create a safe sleep environment for infants, describe appropriate infant care practices, develop a safe sleep policy, list the emergency measures if infant/child is found unresponsive, communicate to parents the importance of practices to reduce the risk of SIDS and name a resource for safe sleep, SIDS information, and counseling and support.

Call Carver County Public Health at (952) 361-1329 for upcoming SUIDS training dates.