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RVDA webinar zeros in on summer weather topics

RVDA webinar zeros in on summer weather topics

FAIRFAX, Va. — RV dealers are invited to join a free webinar May 10 at 12 p.m. Eastern time to learn about managing schedules for summer vacations, paying seasonal workers, implementing dress codes for hot weather, and preventing heat illness for outdoor workers.

The webinar will be lead by Peter Zaidel, KPA director of environmental health and safety product, and Kathryn Carlson, KPA vice president of human resources management products.

“Get a jump on your summer time HR and safety responsibilities before Memorial Day by attending the ‘Summertime in the Workplace’ webinar,” said Eric Sisk, RVDA marketing communications specialist. “Practical guidance and effective tools will be provided so that summertime is safe and productive for your business.”

Zaidel monitors regulation changes at the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Transportation, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration and heads up KPA’s training content development. He holds a bachelor of science degree in environmental resource management and environmental engineering from Penn State University.

Carlson has more than 25 years of human resource management experience and is a certified HR professional. For the past 13 years she has focused on developing HR software and programs to improve efficiency, reduce risk, and ensure compliance for companies ranging from small businesses to international corporations.

Dealer webinars are provided by RVDA’s strategic partner KPA as part of the array of educational offerings available through the RV Learning Center.

Dealers can register online.

For questions or feedback, contact Allyson Lewis at or by calling 866.356.1735.

SOURCE: RV Dealers Association press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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