Participation is FREE!
Topic: Heat Illness
What You Think You Know Could Get You in Trouble
We will discuss:
Heat Illness from a Cal/OSHA Enforcement perspective
Required elements of a Heat Illness Prevention Program
Training requirements for employees and supervisors
What is required for emergency response?
Guest Speaker: JT Parnell—Boretti, Inc.
JT offers a rich background in environmental, health and safety as a manager and safety professional. Before coming to Boretti, Inc., J.T worked as the Director of Safety & Health for an industry leading commercial construction company where he created, executed, and maintained a comprehensive occupational safety and health program to encompass all company projects and corporate headquarters to ensure compliance with all Federal and State OSHA regulations. As an EHS Professional for Boretti, Inc., he has used his ability to analyze operations, isolate areas for improvement, and create and implement long-term, sustainable plans to meet client safety goals across diverse and dynamic industries. In June 2012, J.T graduated from Columbia Southern University with a Masters Degree in Occupational Safety & Health. He is currently studying in preparation to obtain the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation.