Good heat related summer safety tips!
This week there was an article on Cal-OSHA and their struggles to protect farm workers from rising summer temperatures.
Summer has started to bring some very warm temperatures, so I thought it would good to post some resources for summer safety and prevention of heat related illnesses.
The first step is to better understand heat related illnesses.
The next step is to know the trigger points for when to take precautions when the temperatures are high.
Some of the more interesting literature for hydration and heat stress is in regards to urine color. Sqwincher (the industrial version of…
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