Heat Illness Prevention
work outdoors or on job tasks in other areas at those times when the
environmental risk factors for heat illness are present are at risk for
developing heat illnesses if they do not protect themselves
Developed in cooperation with Cal/OSHA the objective of this course is
to provide employee and supervisor awareness training regarding heat
illness symptoms, ways to prevent illness, and what to do if symptoms
This program meets or exceeds training compliance requirements for
employers, supervisors and employees under the California Code of
Regulations, Title 8, Section 3395.
Due to lower volume, OSCA affiliate locations will be charging higher base prices than what appears on the OSCA website. Please check directly with our affiliates for their current pricing.