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June 20, 2024

Beat the Heat: OSHA Updates Heat Illness Prevention Campaign

As temperatures break record highs across the nation, OSHA has updated its Heat Illness Prevention Campaign. The informs employers that they should:

  • provide training to workers, including supervisors, so they understand heat exposure risks, prevention actions, and first aid
  • become familiar with the symptoms of heat illness. When any of these symptoms are present, promptly provide first aid
  • Provide your workers with information so they understand the risks of heat exposure and what actions to take. Keep materials easily accessible in the workplace

 
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