Heat Illness Guide for Employers

    Posted by Soules Insurance on Wed, Jul 17, 2019

    While it’s best not to work outside in high temperatures, the nature of certain jobs—like construction, forestry, manufacturing or landscaping—sometimes makes it unavoidable. When this happens, a worker’s body temperature can rise to dangerously high levels and put them at risk of serious health complications.

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    Tags: OSHA, OSHA Compliance, Heat Wave, Heat Stroke, Heat-related Illness, Extreme Heat, Heat Exhaustion, Employer Guide, Heat Illness Prevention