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Protecting Your Employees from Heat Illness

Do you know how to protect your workers in the heat? In partnership with Cal/OSHA, we invite you to attend this in-person webinar to learn more about what’s required to keep your employees from suffering from heat illness and how you can avoid heat-related citations from Cal/OSHA.

Outdoor worker drinking water while taking a break from work in hot weather

California is notorious for its hot summer temperatures. When the body heats up faster than it can cool itself, mild to severe illness may develop. Air temperature, humidity, clothing, and physical activity are among the factors that increase your employees’ risk of heat illness. Find out more about the risks your employees face, prevention steps, and what to do when a worker gets sick.

You will learn:

  • Signs and symptoms of heat illness and the requirements of first aid/emergency response
  • Cal/OSHA’s Heat Illness Prevention Standard, T8CCR Section 3395
  • What Cal/OSHA requires employers to include in their written Heat Illness Prevention Plan
  • Common Cal/OSHA citations related to work outdoors in the heat
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Tuesday

September

In Spanish

State Fund 

6301 Day Street

Riverside, CA 92507

Register

28

Wednesday

September

In English

State Fund 

6301 Day Street

Riverside, CA 92507

Register