A training for retailers and their employees in Jackson County who sell or serve tobacco, alcohol, or lottery products is planned from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the Health and Human Services building, 140 S Holly St., Medford.

Topics include new and changing legislation, minor compliance checks, penalties for non-compliance, fake ID recognition, problem gambling and gambling addiction, and more.

The training is being offered by Jackson County Public Health in partnership with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and Oregon Health Authority.

Lunch will be provided. Those interested in attending are required to register for the event at medford.eventbrite.com.