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NAEM Webinar

November 9, 2023 | 2:00 p.m. ET

David Staples from VelocityEHS and Scott Tew of Trane Technologies will give a 60 minute webinar titled Severe Risks of Climate Change on Worker Health.

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Severe Risks of Climate Change on Worker Health

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Date and Time: Monday, November 9, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. ET

Presenters: David Staples, Senior Solutions Strategist, VelocityEHS and Scott Tew, Vice President Sustainability & Managing Director, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Trane Technologies

Description:

Buildings account for nearly 40% of the world’s greenhouse gas (GHS) emissions. Curbing carbon emissions by 2050 cannot be achieved without decarbonizing buildings. To match the scale of this opportunity, Trane Technologies has established the Gigaton Challenge, the first-of-its-kind climate commitment related to customer product use, and has committed to reduce one billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2e) from its customer’s carbon footprints by 2030.

However,  as companies strive to curb carbon emissions, it’s essential to consider how rising global temperatures and air pollution will impact the workforce.  During this webinar, Scott Tew, Vice President, Sustainability & Managing Director, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Trane Technologies, sits down with David Staples, Senior Solutions Strategist-Sustainability, VelocityEHS, to talk about how their technology impacts the occupational worker, who are often exposed to extreme heat and are at risk for heat stress, stroke, heat exhaustion, rhabdomyolysis (muscle tissue breakdown), and death.

What you will learn

  • How Trane Technologies’ is working to reduce rising global temperatures and their impact on the environment
  • How rising global temperatures can also impact people and workers
  • The economic burden of occupational heat stress due to rising global temperatures based on increased GHG emissions
  • Techniques and solutions for combating human morbidity, morality and worker health as it relates to climate change

 

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