Heat illness can be deadly. Make heat safety part of your overall safety program to ensure that employees can work longer while staying healthy. To help you develop your "Heat Illness Prevention Plan", we've gathered several links (below) for your reference.
Cal OSHA's Heat Illness Prevention standard (Title 8, Sect. 3395) requires employers in the agriculture, construction, and other industries, to implement a formal written Heat Illness Prevention program. The requirements include providing access to shade and water, written procedures including emergency response, and training for all employees and supervisors on the effects of heat.
Use these documents to help jump-start your own Heat Prevention plan!
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