Climate & Workforce Health: Fortifying Workers Against Smoke and Smog

July 24, 2024


Join us for a virtual summit on Wednesday, July 24, at 1 p.m. ET to examine the impact of poor air quality on employee health — and learn ways to protect your workforce ahead of spikes in air pollution due to wildfires, drought, dust and other climate-related factors.

The one-hour summit will provide insights from distinguished business leaders who are at the forefront of efforts to mitigate the adverse effects of poor air quality on their workforce. Through interactive discussions and a thought-provoking panel, participants will explore innovative methodologies to assess risks and adapt operations amid the evolving climate landscape.

The event is hosted by the National Commission on Climate and Workforce Health, a group of health and science experts and business leaders dedicated to empowering employers to protect their workers from the health risks posed by our changing climate. The Commission was created by the Health Action Alliance in partnership with Mercer and with strategic input from the CDC Foundation. Additional support for the initiative is being provided by Elevance Health and The Hartford.