Heat-Induced Illness Prevention
Heat-induced illnesses can cause symptoms ranging from fatigue and discomfort to death if left untreated.
A video-based training program that can be checked out and used by supervisors to train themselves and others about the very real dangers of heat-induced illnesses is available from Environmental Health and Safety, 208-885-6524.
Additional information on this topic, including free fact sheets, brochures, and other materials that can be used for tail-gate safety meetings are also available on OSHA’s website.
- Working Outdoors in Warm Weather and Extreme Temperatures