By: admin April 16, 2019 0 Comment.

Cal/OSHA to Hold Heat Awareness Conference Call

\”When it comes to preventing heat illness, employers with outdoor workers should not wait until it gets hot to review their procedures and ensure their training is effective,\” said Cal/OSHA Heat and Agriculture Program Coordinator David Hornung. \”Workers should know the signs and symptoms of heat illness and what to do in case someone gets sick.\”
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