Protecting Workers in Hot Environments
Workers who are exposed to extreme temperatures, both outdoors and indoors, are at risk for occupational illness and injuries. Whether in a shipyard, construction site, boiler room, or a factory floor, taking precautions to ensure worker safety and productivity is critical to the prevention of heat-related illnesses. Wearing lightweight and comfortable PPE plays a large part in keeping your workers safe from the heat.
Worker Safety in the Summer
How To Protect Against UV Rays and the Heat
During the winter months, safety managers are concerned with managing cold stress. Come summer, workers and managers face the opposite phenomenon – heat stress. When it comes to working in the sun, make sure you’re taking the proper precautions.
Beat the Heat
Key Steps for Choosing the Right Hard Hat in the Summer
Excessive heat is a threat to safety workers. One critical consideration for outdoor workers in the summer is head protection. Understand the three steps to choosing the right hard hats to protect outdoor workers in the hottest months of the year.
Impact on Safety
Fogging, The Hazard You Can’t Afford to Overlook
Fogging is the #1 problem faced by safety eyewear users. When lenses fog, workers’ vision is reduced and they’re at a higher risk of injuries. That’s why it’s important to wear safety glasses that have built-in anti-fog solutions.
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