Heat Stress Safety – HS1007

InstructorDr. Chris Horne, PE
TypeOnline Course
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Train workers how to deal with hot weather conditions

Our HEAT Stress Safety course is OSHA compliant and covers heat stress illnesses and the various hazards unique to working in hot and smothery conditions. Each season brings with it different challenges with hot weather presenting some of the most deadly hazards. This training is relevant to all trades and types of personnel that may encounter indoor or outdoor heat exposure workplace hazards.

Heat is an extreme condition we deal with especially when working in the summer outdoors, but it can be experienced inside warehouses, storage buildings and other places that lack climate control. Heat stress is a possibility in a number of situations in which we work and play. The LBA University® Heat Stress Safety course teaches understanding of the effects and the ability to recognize the symptoms. This gives workers the ability to intervene in helping others and themselves to prevent heat stress before disastrous events unfold.

OSHA has recently increased its emphasis on workplace heat safety training to keep your employees out of harm’s way. This course highlights OSHA regulations, CDC guidelines, and industry standards addressing Heat Stress Hazards. How is a person suffering from Heat Stroke helped? How should workers dress to maximize their protection in hot weather? What are key indicators someone is suffering from heat stress? These are issues addressed in the LBA University® Heat Stress Safety course.

On successful completion of the course content and exam, each worker gets a personal Certificate of Completion valid for one year. Certification may be completed in less than one hour!

With our system, you can purchase any number of log-ins, based on the number of personnel you wish to train. Each person is given individual web access to the system. Training availability is 24/7 through a computer and Internet connection

This course is a full featured interactive professional learning experience. Students can log on and off anytime and proceed at their convenience. If they do not finish it in one sitting, they can log back on and pick up where they left off within 30 days. Instructor access is available by email.

Course completion enables one to take a comprehensive Heat Stress Safety Certificate test. On successful completion of the test, a personalized printable certificate (also e-mail accessible) is automatically generated. Student completion can also be reported to the designated manager.

LBA University® has created the OSHA Heat Stress Safety Training course to provide a high quality learning experience. The course content is supported by the skilled LBA University® training staff. Bryan Dixon is course director. He is an OSHA-certified safety instructor with two decades of industrial, construction and fire safety training experience.

Your low group rate is just $39 per person for this professional level training. An individual rate of $49 is available for fewer than five enrollees.*

All government and international credit cards accepted.

Enroll below or contact kiara.walbrook@lbagroup.com (252-757-0279) for enrollment and training support.

Who Needs Heat Stress Safety Training?
• Tower workers

• Field engineers
• Site acquisition agents
• Cell site maintenance crews
• Site construction workers
• Building engineers
• Warehouse workers
• Air conditioning mechanics
• Generator mechanics, and more…

LBA University® OSHA-compliant Heat Stress Safety Training is essential to any worker who spends time in an outdoor or indoor hot environment!

While the hazards illustrated within this presentation are based on those documented in North America, similar heat exposure hazards are present worldwide. Course completion will benefit any workers dealing with hot environments or conditions.

Individuals taking this course will gain a better understanding of how to work within a hot environment and reduce their exposure and risks.

This course is designed to create an awareness of the hazards from heat in a number of environments and the steps that can be taken to reduce known risks.

The Heat Stress Safety course is packed full of information that helps create awareness of the hazards that are often overlooked or go unrecognized. Through the introduction or refreshing of this information, everyone who takes the course is better prepared to eliminate or prevent the encounter with hot weather hazards.

LBA University® online training is tailored to employer needs, easy to take on the employee’s schedule, and economical. Your company gets a record of training performance to add to employee and OSHA compliance files.

We will work with safety managers to create onsite specialized training for any number of workers, train-the-trainer programs, and subject area safety plans.

What Does the Comprehensive Course Cover?

Heat Stress Safety hazard identification Recognizing heat stress illnesses

• Heat Stroke
• Heat Exhaustion
• Heat Cramps
• Heat Rash

How to treat heat stress and associated illnesses
How to select clothing and dress for the heat
How to avoid two primary sources of heat for workers – Much more…

What are My Workers Takeaways?

• Awareness of heat stress hazards
• Self-protection from heat illnesses and hazards
• Personal Certificate of Completion
• Examination record to employer
• Record of refresher training
• On-line course remains available for review

OSHA requires your Heat Stress Hazard-exposed workers to be trained to be aware and able to cope with these workplace hazards!
Workers certified in as little as one hour. BE OSHA COMPLIANT!


•Refunds not available. Unused courses may be transferred within 15 days of payment.

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