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Protecting Workers Against Extreme Temperatures

July 20, 2023
As temperatures continue to rise, the health and safety of workers are at risk if they don't have the right equipment.

“There is much that can be done to help construction workers stay safe and healthy through the hottest days of the year—and to ensure the continuation of effective, efficient and safe labor on the jobsite,” writes Matt King for IndustryWeek partner brand EHS Today.

In the wake of record-breaking temperatures, it is critical for workers to have the appropriate gear to protect themselves against the extreme heat. Although originally written for the construction industry, the ideals in King’s piece also apply to manufacturers.

Learn about the proper PPE and other tips to protect your employees from the ongoing heatwaves in the complete article on EHS Today.

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