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Preparing for Disasters: Expect the Unexpected
Disasters occur with little or no warning. Whether it’s wildfires, floods, an active shooter situation, or other emergency; we all need to be prepared to evacuate the workplace at a moment’s notice.
Valley Fever Cases Still Rising in California
The rate of Valley Fever cases in California continues to rise. The state Department of Public Health (CDPH) reports nearly 4,000 cases this year, as of June 30. That’s approximately 500 more compared to the first six months of 2018.
Protect Outdoor Workers From Ultraviolet Radiation
July is Ultraviolet (UV) Safety Month. It’s an appropriate time since the sun’s UV rays are at their strongest during the spring and summer months. UV exposure puts outdoor workers at risk for sunburn, skin cancer, and other ailments.