Human resources expert Teri Morning will explain OSHA’s requirements for preventing heat illnesses. You will learn how to keep employees from overheating and reduce liability.
- Is your company at high risk for heat stress and illness?
- How do OSHA-approved state plans affect your company?
- Why is the General Duty Clause critical in this situation?
- What physiological changes result from heat stress?
- How does NIOSH recommend preventing heat-related illnesses?
- What elements should your heat illness program include?
- What preventative measures must you take?
- How can engineering and administrative controls reduce heat?
- What should you do in case of an emergency?
- What heat illness training should you provide to supervisors and employees?
Who Should Attend?
APPROVAL AND VALIDITY
- 1.5 HRCI, 1.5 SHRM
- Certificate of Attendance
- All resources and training materials
- Specializes in solving company people problems and providing big company style HR service to small business
- Over 20 years of experience in human resources and training in a variety of fields
- Certified in mediation skills, project management, and IT management and qualified
- Has held the PHR, SPHR, SPHR-CA and SHRM-SCP certifications
- Master’s degree in human resource development with a specialization in conflict management