LBA University® Releases New Cold Weather Hazards Training Guide

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The guide outlines what every business should know to be OSHA compliant and to prepare workers for cold weather.

LBA University offers a proven Cold Exposure Safety course. The online course is OSHA compliant and covers cold stress and the various hazards unique to working in cold and often freezing conditions.

LBA Group, Inc. announces that its safety training unit, LBA University, Inc., has compiled tips for businesses to comply with OSHA requirements related to Cold Weather Safety. The information in this guide comes from the Centers for Disease Control, LBA University’s expert staff and other professionals whose work exposes them to potential risks from cold weather hazards on a daily basis. This new guide is relevant for to businesses where workers could encounter cold weather hazards and cold stress. The guide is available at: http://www.lbagroup.com/blog/cold-weather-hazards-safety-training/.

Whether work finds employees swaying in the breeze on a tower, dealing with the unpredictable obstacles of a construction site, navigating the unknowns of a rooftop, or even the maze of a cavernous warehouse, the possibility of cold stress, slips and falls and even carbon monoxide poisoning are often present. The list of occupations that can benefit from awareness and education about the hazards winter brings to the job site are nearly endless.

The LBA guide outlines the responsibility employers have to be OSHA compliant and to train workers in Cold Weather Safety. It also offers some common sense steps that workers can take to guard against injury and even death from cold stress.

It is best to enlist Cold Weather Safety training from qualified providers such as LBA University and others that offer OSHA compliant courses. “A quality Cold Weather Safety course should be packed full of information that helps create awareness of the hazards that are often overlooked,” said LBA University course director Bryan Dixon. “Through the introduction or refreshing of this information, every student is better prepared to eliminate or prevent the encounter with Cold Weather Hazards,” added Dixon.

LBA University offers a proven Cold Exposure Safety course. The online course is OSHA compliant and covers cold stress and the various hazards unique to working in cold and often freezing conditions. The course content is supported by the skilled LBA University training staff. Dixon is an OSHA-qualified safety instructor with two decades of industrial, construction and fire safety training experience.

For online enrollment and for more information on the LBA University Cold Exposure Safety training course, go to: http://www.lbagroup.com/associates/cold-weather-exposure-safety-training.php, or contact Bryan Dixon at 252-757-0279, bryan.dixon(at)lbagroup(dot)com.

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About LBA Group Inc.
LBA Group, Inc. has 50 years of experience in providing electromagnetic protection for industrial and telecommunications infrastructure assets. It is comprised of LBA University, Inc. providing on-site and online professional training; LBA Technology, Inc., a leading manufacturer and integrator of radio frequency systems, lightning protection, and EMC equipment for broadcast, industrial, and government users worldwide; and the professional technical consultancy Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc. The companies are based in Greenville, N.C., USA.

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