Heat illness prevention training will begin soon around the state. Sabrina Hill has more.
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The first in a series of seminars to help educate farm labor contractors, growers and supervisors about heat illness prevention regulations will be held on Thursday, April 4, in Easton. The seminar is designed to reduce the problems of heat illness injuries in agriculture by training participants about the dangers of heat-related injuries and how heat injuries can be prevented. Attendees will get a participation certificate, however the program is not designed to replace the state training needed to obtain a farm labor contractor’s license. The seminar will be held in English and Spanish.
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