Heat Illness

  1. OSHA Cites Company for Fatal Heat-Related Injury

    OSHA recently cited Middleburg, Florida-based Southeastern Subcontractors Inc. for failing to protect employees from the dangerous hazards of working outdoors in extreme heat. OSHA investigated the roofing company after an employee died from Read more...
  2. Protect Workers in the Dog Days of Summer

    The dog days of summer often bring soaring temperatures. Therefore, now is a good time to make sure workers in hot conditions are protected from heat illness, which claims dozens of employee lives every year. Cal/OSHA has a heat illness prevention Read more...

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