Training Resources

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Jan 25, 2017
Training Guide for Heat-Related Illness

http://lni.wa.gov/safety/topics/atoz/heatstress/default.asp

Access training resources and publications on this site to be used to help meet the employee training requirements in WAC 296-62-095, Heat-Related Illness in the Outdoor Environment.

Source: WA Department L&I

Aug 01, 2016
Podcasts at CDC: Protect Yourself from Heat Stress

http://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/player.asp?f=8642856

This four minute podcast addresses heat stress: its symptoms and prevention. Date Released: 7/19/2016.

Source: CDC

Jun 01, 2015
OSHA's Heat Prevention Campaign: video

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr2ouLj1oW0

OSHA's new video reminds employers and workers of the importance of acclimatization, recognizing common symptoms, and following best practices to prevent heat illness

Source: OSHA

Sep 01, 2014
OSHA-NIOSH Fact Sheet: Protecting Workers from the Effects of Heat

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2011-174/pdfs/2011-174.pdf

This fact sheet provides information to employers on measures they should take to prevent worker illnesses and death caused by heat stress.

Source: NIOSH

Jun 01, 2008
OSHA Fact Sheet: Working Outdoors in Warm Climates

http://www.osha.gov/OshDoc/data_Hurricane_Facts/working_outdoors.pdf

Hot summer months pose special hazards for outdoor workers who must protect themselves against heat, sun exposure, and other hazards. Employers and employees should know the potential hazards in their workplaces and how to manage them.

Source: OSHA

Mar 01, 2006
OR-OSHA Heat Stress Card – In English and Spanish

http://osha.oregon.gov/OSHApubs/3333.pdf

Heat stress card provided by OR-OSHA that lists hazards, symptoms and treatment of Heat Stress in English and Spanish.

Source: Oregon OSHA