Summer is here, and it’s time to talk about heat safety!

Many people are exposed to heat on the job, whether outdoors or in hot indoor environments. Occupations involving high air temperatures or humidity, radiant heat sources and/or strenuous physical activities have a higher potential for heat-related illness and death. Electrical utilities, commercial kitchens, chemical plants and construction companies are just some examples of workplaces that are susceptible. During these warmer months, it’s important to protect yourself and your employees from the dangers of excessive heat.

When you’re working in the heat, safety comes first. With the OSHA Heat Safety Tool, you have vital safety information available whenever you need it – right on your mobile phone.
Click here to download the OSHA Heat Safety Tool

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