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Working on Extreme Temperature (Hot Environment)

Working on Extreme Temperature (Hot Environment)

Hotel Merapu Merbabu, Yogyakarta | 30 Oktober – 01 November 2017 | Rp.9.000.000
Hotel Merapu Merbabu, Yogyakarta | 14 – 16 November 2017 | Rp.9.000.000
Hotel Merapu Merbabu, Yogyakarta | 12 – 14 Desember 2017 | Rp.9.000.000

 

 



ABSTRACK

Heat stress is the net heat load on the body from the combined effect of hot environmental conditions (air temperature, radiant heat, humidity and air movment), internal body heat due to physical activity, and clothing requirements. Workplaces and occupations associated with excessive heat exposure include: foundries, steel mills, bakeries, construction sites, kitchens, grounds maintenance, dishwashing and steaming. Heat stress is largely preventable by engineering and administrative control methods. As a last resort or in extreme conditions, the use of personal protection is warranted. These measures include establishing procedures for acclimatization of new workers, training in safe work practices, reducing the duration of work in hot environments and providing plenty of drinking water. Workers and supervisors must receive adequate training and education to be able to recognize early symptoms of health disorders and seek timely medical help. Employers can prevent or minimize heat stress hazards by implementing appropriate policies and programs. A workplace heat stress policy must include clearly defined procedures for working safely in hot environments and for providing care to potential heat stroke victims.


OUTLINE

  1. Legal Responsibilities to prevent Heat Stress
  2. The Body’s response to Hot Environments
  3. Safety and Health Concerns
  4. Measures of Heat Exposure
  5. Heat Exposure Standards and Guidelines
  6. Control Measures
  7. Occupational Health and Safety Legislation



PARTICIPANT 

Courses are aimed at health and safety committee members, health and safety representatives, employees, supervisors and managers.



INSTRUCTOR

Sugeng Riyono, S.Si, M.Si.


TIME AND VENUE

  • Hotel Merapi Merapi Yogyakarta
  • 30 Oktober-1 November, 14-16 November, 12-14 Desember.
  • Pukul : 08.00 – 16.00 WIB

 

 

TUTION FEE

Biaya Rp. 9.000.000 per peserta (Non Residential).

 



FACILITIES 

Training Modules, Training Kit, Certificate, Exclusive Souvenir, Dinner & City Tour, Coffee Break & Lunch

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