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Heat Stress Prevention: 
Understanding Wet Bulb Globe Temperature             
Join our discussion on heat stress and Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) 
and what this means for the safety of your students and staff.

Moderated by: 
Zach Winn
Senior Editor, 
Campus Safety Magazine

Originally broadcase live on: Jun 1st 

Guest Speaker: 
Mark Hoekzema
Chief Meteorologist,
Earth Networks

Guest Speaker: 
Dave Bujak,
MPA, FPEM, Emergency Preparedness Manager, University of Rochester & UR Medicine

On-Demand Webcast
Managing campus athletic and recreation programs puts facilities managers, athletic directors, trainers, coaches and campus safety professionals in the hot seat, literally. Exertional heat illness (EHI) and its more severe form, exertional heat stroke (EHS) are among the top three reasons students fall ill or die during sports. 
Join us for a free webinar discussion on heat stress and Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) and what this means for the safety of your students and staff.

Our expert panel will cover the environmental and physical factors at play, share insights and answer questions. During the session, we will cover:

  • Why it’s important to consider wet bulb globe temperature when sending athletes on the field
  • Underlying physical factors that can go unnoticed and become a danger when combined with high WBGT observations
  • The hidden cost of manual WBGT and heat calculations
  • Available severe weather resources and services to help campus safety professionals prevent heat stress situations

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