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OSHA Resources Help Recognize Heat-Related Illness
As summer temperatures arrive nationwide, the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration has compiled resources to help managers and work crews recognize the signs of heat-related illness and stay safe at work in high temperatures. The information offers both engineering controls and work practices designed to prevent heat-related illness and keep workers safe in the heat. Click here for more information.