Tackle heat stress hazards

tackle heat stress hazards

Responding is Terry DeRise, manufacturing director, Portacool LLC, Center, TX.

Every year, thousands of workers are exposed to excessive heat as a result of environmental conditions, workload, machinery output and personal protective equipment. This heat exposure can lead to lack of focus, heat illness and even death. Agencies such as OSHA implement guidelines and regulations to ensure heat-related prevention practices are in place to protect workers. Ultimately, however, heat-related illness prevention is most effective when management commits to identifying and reducing exposure to heat hazards.

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