• 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 regulation that requires employers with outdoor workers to take the following four steps to prevent heat illness:

  • 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.