Following the on-the-job death of a Legal Sea Foods unit manager in Long Island late last month, you can expect the presence of carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to become a point of emphasis for many restaurant operators.  Right now, laws that require CO detectors vary from city to city and state to state and primarily target residential installations, not businesses. But in the wake of the acute CO poisoning of 55-year-old Steve Nelson and the hospitalization of two dozen ...

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