Heat illness is dangerous. But it doesn’t strike without warning. There are usually signs and symptoms associated with the various forms of heat illness–heat cramps, heat exhaustion and, most dangerous of all, heat stroke (referred to collectively as “heat stress” going forward). The problem is, supervisors and workers aren’t always attuned to these signs. As […]
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