Extreme Weather: Soaring temperatures

Once-in-a-century extreme weather events now occur with such regularity, that organizations need to prepare and plan for them annually. As global temperatures rise, so will multi-year droughts, wildfires, and triple-digit temperatures. These weather-related events can have detrimental impacts on an organization. They can cause unsafe working conditions for employees, facility shutdowns, and result in scenarios where unregulated waste is discharged into the environment, among other effects. Now more than ever, it’s vital for organizations to develop partnerships with emergency managers and safety professionals to understand risks and how to plan for them. Our panel of experts from climate systems intelligence, environmental compliance, and health and safety will explore how a warming world is putting pressure on businesses and best practices to understand, identify, and manage those risks. On this live webinar, learn about: · The importance of climate systems intelligence – Hear about high-risk geographic areas (as presented in Screen, BSI’s risk intelligence and supplier management platform) and learn how this knowledge can help you manage and mitigate risk in your supply chain. · Protecting your employees against heat-related illness – Discover the challenges of identifying and preventing heat-related illness before it occurs to your employees. · How to support regulatory compliance during extreme weather emergencies – The general need-to-know and what-to-do activities that surround environmental compliance during extreme weather events.


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