California is notorious for its hot summer temperatures in many parts of the state. And, working in that heat can take its toll on your workers, potentially resulting in heat illness, such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke. On this page you’ll find resources to help you protect your employees and comply with Cal/OSHA regulations.
Yes, It Can Happen to You
When it comes to working in the heat, knowing your limitations is key to avoiding being overcome by the heat. State Fund Loss Prevention Engineer James Kilpatrick knows that first hand. Read about that first-hand experience and what he says he should have done differently.
Protecting Indoor Workers From Excessive Heat
Excessive heat can affect indoor workers too. Whether it’s hot work, like welding, or the A/C goes out in the office, extreme temperatures make for a dangerous working environment indoors. Click the link below for more information.