How To Prevent Heat Illness: a Training for People in Charge of Farmworkers

Workers harvesting melons

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395 W. Spruce Ave., Suite 103 Clovis, CA

The Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety Invites you to a Free Training (in Spanish)

How to Prevent Heat Illness: for People in Charge of Training Farmworkers

Why this training is important:

  • Cal/OSHA requires employers in agriculture to have an effective program to protect farmworkers from heat.
  • It is important to review the heat law §3595 and discuss practical solutions to offer water, shade, and rest.
  • It is important to know how heat affects the way our body works, and to understand the short and long term health risk of dehydration; as well as how to reduce our risk.
  • We will provide educational materials that will help you train your workers.  

The training will be held in Spanish in Clovis, CA. 

Space is limited. To register, fill out this form and send it to Teresa Andrews, by May 11, 2018 (deadline extended to May 14, 2018)


Fax: (530) 752-5047

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