2011 Heat Illness Prevention Campaign

June 2011


Register for the Community “Train-the-Trainer” (TOT)

In FRESNO:  Wednesday, July 20, 2011 9AM –5PM (In Spanish)

In VISALIA: Thursday, July 21, 2011 – 9AM –5PM (In Spanish)

Help educate workers in your community about the dangers of working 
in the heat and how to prevent heat illness!

This free, 8-hour program is designed for educators and leaders from community organizations who can help reach workers at risk for heat illness.

After participating, you will be able to:

  • Lead heat awareness workshops with workers in your community, using an easy-to-follow community training guide.
  • Teach others about heat illness, how to prevent it, and the responsibilities of employers.
  • Describe this summer’s campaign, materials available, and ways workers can report problems to Cal/OSHA.


What we need from you:

  • Choose 2 – 3 staff or worker leaders from your organization to come to this training.
  • Think about the type of outreach and educational activities you will carry out after the training.  At the TOT, we will ask you to develop an action plan.

Send it to: Yesenia Prado
yprado@berkeley.edu or via FAX:

You will receive:

  • An easy-to-follow training guide with visual aids.
  • Fact sheets and campaign bandanas for use in outreach.
  • Small stipends – these are available to support your participation in this program.



  • For more information, call: Yesenia Prado at 510-643-8483
 The 2011 Heat Illness Prevention Campaign
This summer Cal/OSHA is taking a multi-faceted approach to protecting California’s outdoor workers from heat illness that includes a combination of media, education, outreach and enforcement efforts. To find out more about the campaign, go to www.99calor.org.