Webinar: Working Safely in Hot Conditions
Even details: Wednesday 20 July, 14:00 – 14:45 (14:00 meet and greet)
For: Business owners and Directors in all sectors
When working indoors or outdoors the effects of the weather in these environments during hot summer months can potentially have a very serious impact on an employee’s welfare if the risks have never been previously considered or managed properly.
Common risk associated with working in hot conditions include; fainting, dehydration, nausea/sickness, heat stroke and sunburn where there’s prolonged exposure to the sun.
To help your business and its people work safely during the summer months, join our Head of Health & Safety, Lee Mockridge (CMIOSH OSHCR) covering everything you need to know, including:
- When is it considered too hot to work?
- Health risks from working in the sun/hot conditions
- Common industries at risk
- Relevant Risk Assessments
- Identifying and reminding your team of the hazards
- Common controls to mitigate the risks
- Plus much more!
There’ll also be time at the end for you to speak to Lee first-hand and ask any business-specific questions, so you can apply the answers directly in your business.
To sign up to this free webinar, simply fill in your details in the form opposite and we’ll save you a seat!