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Ice & Insight: Hypothermia Awareness, Slip and Fall Prevention, & Safe Vehicle Operation

February 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Severe winter conditions present dangerous risks, but with the right processes and procedures in place, many accidents can be prevented. Join us on Wednesday, February 14th at 2 PM for an in-depth exploration of ice-specific risks and practical strategies to mitigate them.

This webinar is crafted for:

– Employers who perform work outdoors

– Employers who have personnel travel for work

– Employers that perform work at elevated heights


Why should I attend this webinar?

– A staggering 25% of all injury claims each year are due to slips and trips, with a higher percentage occurring during winter months.

– An average of 1,300 fatalities occur annually due to driving in snow, ice, or slushy conditions.

– From 2003 to 2019, exposure to winter conditions resulted in an average of 163 serious injuries and illnesses per year.


Key Concepts:

– Hypothermia Awareness: Vital information on recognizing, preventing, and responding to cold stress and hypothermia in the workplace.

– Slip and Fall Prevention: A critical examination of the increased hazards posed by ice, snow, and rain, with a focus on prevention techniques and best practices.

– Safe Vehicle Operation: Comprehensive tips and techniques for driving and operating vehicles in snow and ice, including emergency response strategies.


Participants will learn:

1. Immediate actions for managing hypothermia and frostbite cases

2. Effective safety plans with engineering, administrative, and PPE controls

3. Strategies for executing outdoor projects in winter

4. Expert-recommended practices to prevent trips and falls

5. Vehicle control and driving safely in winter conditions


This webinar is not just about learning; it’s about empowering employers to safeguard their workforce against the unique challenges of winter, ensuring a safer, more productive work environment.


February 14
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm