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Heat Stress Prevention Workshop

(Course Code: HS180719)

Date: 2018.07.19 (Thu)

Time: 2:30pm - 5:30pm

Venue: CED School of Business (3/F., 210 Java Road, North Point, H.K.)

Language: Cantonese with English terminology

Fee: HK700/*HKD600

*Discount for payment settled on or before 28 June 2018, or 3 enrolments apply together.

 

Introduction

In hot and humid environment, we should take appropriate measures no matter working at indoor or outdoor workplace (e.g., warehouses, docks, construction sites, container yards, kitchens and laundry rooms etc.). To avoid working in hot environment is certainly the best way to avoid heat stroke, but if not possible, measures should be adopted to prevent heat stroke.

Who Should Attend

For those who need to work at indoor /outdoor in hot environment

Program Objectives

The purpose of this course is to provide training to the participants on prevention of heat stroke at work; risk assessment on heat exhaustion; the occupational hazards in a hot environment and relevant control measures.

Workshop Content

  1. What is Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

  2. Overview of relevant legislation and requirements: Employer obligations - Protecting employees from Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

  3. How to conduct risk assessment for the prevention of Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

  4. Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke control measures

  5. Contingency Plan for Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

  6. Promotion scheme for protecting employees from Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

Course Trainer

Mr FUNG
Registered Safety Officer , QHSE Manager of sizable construction company
Mr Fung, a registered safety officer, possess a Bachelor Degree in OSHE and has more than 15 years of experience in working in the construction industry and undertaking senior positions in multi-national companies and large scale public services organizations. He possesses deep understanding on legal requirements and practice knowledge on accident investigation and formulation of preventive measures. He is now working as a QHSE Manager of a sizable construction company.

Enquiry
Tel: 2153 9887
Email: training@ced.edu.hk

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