Hot Weather Survival Guide

Each year, more than 600 people die in the United States due to extreme heat. Heat-related illnesses often go unrecognized until it's too late and the damage is done. We need to understand the dangers that come with being in hot environments and the precautions we need to take. When it comes to dealing with heat-related illnesses, the saying that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is great advice. It's a lot easier to prevent a heat-related illness than to recover from one. Download this free guide to learn more about heat-related illnesses, how to recognize them and how workers can be protected against them.

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