Classes to train workers on treating pesticide poisoning
By Star-Advertiser staff
Feb. 23, 2017
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“Quick and accurate identification of pesticide poisoning is important to provide immediate patient care,” said Alexis Strauss, the EPA’s acting regional administrator, in a news release. “These workshops will provide health care workers with the tools they need in such critical situations.”