High-Risk Groups and Precautions


  • Presentation Length: 60-mins; 90-mins
  • Participant Numbers: 15-500+
  • Delivery methods: ILT, VILT, Webinars, Blended Learning
  • Onsite training available globally: North & South America, EMEIA, APAC, LATAM
  • Languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, and Malay.


In this session, we explore high-risk groups and the necessary precautions to protect vulnerable individuals during hot weather conditions.

The session aims to provide tailored precautions for specific high-risk groups, including infants, children, and individuals with chronic conditions. Participants will gain essential knowledge about the impact of heat on diabetes and multiple sclerosis patients, empowering them to recognize the unique challenges faced by these individuals. 

Content Outline

  1. Tailored Precautions for High-Risk Groups:
    • Educating participants on specific precautions to protect infants and children during hot weather.
    • Providing guidance for individuals with chronic conditions to manage heat stress effectively.
    • Empowering employees to support and assist high-risk individuals during challenging weather conditions.
  2. Understanding the Impact of Heat on Diabetes and Multiple Sclerosis Patients:
    • Exploring how heat can affect blood sugar levels and health outcomes for diabetes patients.
    • Understanding the impact of heat on multiple sclerosis patients’ central nervous system functioning.
    • Equipping employees with knowledge to support colleagues with diabetes or multiple sclerosis during hot weather.
  3. Promoting Awareness of Risks: Leaving Children or Pets in Parked Cars:
    • Raising awareness of the potential dangers of leaving children or pets in parked cars during hot weather.
    • Understanding the rapid increase in temperature inside parked vehicles and its life-threatening consequences.
    • Encouraging vigilance and immediate action to prevent heat-related emergencies involving children or pets in cars.


By the end of this session, employees should have foundational knowledge of specific precautions required to protect high-risk groups during hot weather conditions.

The session also raises awareness of the life-threatening risks associated with leaving children or pets in parked cars.  Armed with tailored precautions and a sense of responsibility, employees can actively contribute to protecting the well-being of vulnerable individuals during hot weather.