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The Employer's Guide to Preventing Heat Stress

Every year, heat stress costs nearly 3,000 workers the ability to do their job. As an employer, it can cost significantly more.
OSHA qualifies heat-related illnesses as serious violations when
there is a “substantial probability that death or serious physical
harm could result from a hazard about which the employer knew or
should have known.” For employers, the consequences of receiving
a serious violation are substantial. Thousands of dollars in fines,
probationary restrictions, and a damaged professional reputation
are all repercussions that can have a lasting impact on a company’s
ability to do business. Taking a proactive approach to heat stress
prevention is the best way for companies to avoid the costs of a
serious violation that could spell closure, but more importantly,
taking a proactive approach will protect your workforce.

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