Cardno ChemRisk webinar explores best practices and possible future California regulation around indoor heat stress
On Tuesday, March 17 Justine Parker, CIH, CSP, CHMM, CPH and Joel Cohen, MPH, CIH, FAIHA will present a webinar titled “Indoor Heat Stress: Current Best Practices and Possible Future California Regulation,” during which they will discuss the anticipation that California will be the first state to adopt a regulation on indoor heat stress in the workplace.
This will require employers in California to create or update heat stress/illness prevention programs. This webinar will discuss the history of the proposed future California Indoor Heat Illness regulation and the industries likely to be most affected. The webinar will also cover strategies for management of indoor heat sources and recommendations for compliance and best practices.
The webinar takes place Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 11 a.m. PDT / 2 p.m. EDT. Those interested can register themselves directly through the link below. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions, and ABIH® Diplomates can earn up to 1 technical contact hour for this event.
Justine Parker is a Managing Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk. She has more than 15 years of experience in areas of industrial hygiene, exposure assessment, and occupational health. She provides a broad range of professional environmental, health, and safety services, including the design and implementation of industrial hygiene assessment, protocol, and management programs.
Joel Cohen is the president and senior occupational health consultant of The Cohen Group, the oldest occupational health and safety consulting firm in the San Francisco Bay area, which he founded in 1980. Joel is a member of the Cal/OSHA Advisory Committee and sits on the indoor heat standard technical advisory committee. Most of Joel’s time is devoted to serving as an expert industrial hygienist in civil litigation, workers compensation appeals, and OSHA citation appeals.
This webinar is part of Cardno ChemRisk’s EHS seminar series. The series is designed to explore common and emerging issues encountered by EHS professionals in various industries.
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