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Webinar: Worker Heat Stress & Dehydration

ByBubba Wolford | Published: February 27, 2020
Presented by The Sqwincher Corporation
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Key Takeaways

Prevention of heat stress and dehydration in workers is important and employers should provide training to workers so they understand what these deadly issues are, how they affect their health and safety, and most importantly, how they can be prevented.

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress and dehydration. Exposure to extreme heat can result in illnesses and injuries. Prevention of heat stress and dehydration in workers is important and employers should provide training to workers so they understand what these deadly issues are, how they affect their health and safety, and most importantly, how they can be prevented.

Join hydration expert, Bubba Wolford as he takes a deep dive into these life threatening situations.
Topics of this webinar include:

1. Demographics most affected by heat stress
2. Medical Preconditions
3. Productivity
4. Symptoms & Signs
5. Water is critical. But is it enough?
6. PPE Item vs. Sports Drink

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Written by Bubba Wolford | Dir Business Dev

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Bubba Wolford received his MS in Exercise Physiology from Mississippi State University 1991. He joined Sqwincher in 2009, serving now as Director of Corporate Development and Training, where he spearheads promoting the importance of proper hydration within the Industrial Workplace to key corporate accounts.

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