Webinar - Developing a Heat Illness Prevention Program in Construction (click for details)
Wed, Jun 26, 2024

Upcoming Webinar

Wednesday, June 26th at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (1 hour)

Developing a Heat Illness Prevention Program in Construction

It’s heating up outside, which means hotter working conditions for those in construction. According to OSHA, employers are responsible for providing workplaces free of known safety and health hazards, including heat-related hazards. The best way to prevent exposure to these hazards, or at the very least, to lessen the impact of heat and hot weather, is to develop and enforce a Heat Illness Prevention (HIP) program. CPWR has developed two checklists to assist with the development of an overall HIP Program and its daily enforcement of each unique jobsite.

On this webinar, we will review these checklists and share some key background information on HIP planning before spending most of the hour in a focused Q&A discussion with our panel of experts, including researchers and representatives from labor and management. Please submit your questions in advance during registration, as we will use those to inform the discussion!

Moderator: Chris Trahan Cain, CIH, Executive Director, CPWR


  • Kathleen Dobson, Safety Director, Alberici Constructors, Inc.
  • Ryan R. Papariello, GSP, Safety & Health Specialist, Laborers’ Health and Safety Fund of North America
  • Gavin West, MPH, Director of Health Research, CPWR
  • W. Jon Williams, PhD, Research Physiologist, National Personal Protective Technology Lab, NIOSH/CDC

Click here to register and submit a question in advance

Live attendance is capped at 1,000 people; however, the webinars will be recorded and posted to CPWR's Youtube Channel for anyone who cannot attend.

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