Saturday, July 21, 2018

Weather

Heat Stress

Statistics show a rise in temperature can affect workplaces in a negative way. The increased number of injuries and illnesses that crop up during the spring and summer seasons reflects this fact. Heat stress or hyperthermia symptoms can range from minor illnesses to fatalities if the victim does not seek or get relief quickly.

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Weather - Why Talk About It

Actually, we have no control over rain, snow, sleet, wind, lightning or sunshine. But we can control what happens on our job as a result of the elements. Some of the biggest problems on construction jobs are caused by wind and lightning.

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Keeping Your Cool When It's Hot

It's summer again and the days of 95 degree temperatures and 95% humidity are back. We can't do anything about the weather, but we can work and play smarter when it's hot to avoid getting sick.

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