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Heat Stress Knowledge Center

Welcome to the Heat Stress Knowledge Center. There are numerous jobs throughout the country that involve hot environments, both indoors and out. And since working in these conditions can affect the body’s ability to cool itself down, workers must be educated about the dangers of heat stress and dehydration and how to prevent them both.

Heat Stress Webinars

Join Ergodyne’s worksite safety expert Allie Thunstrom as she examines the common challenges encountered with Dropped Objects (Tool Tethering)...

While having the right amount of active ingredients in a product is very important, the total formulation of a product impacts its performance and...

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress and dehydration. Exposure to extreme heat can...

Summer is here and that means being even more aware of safety hazards and challenges your workers will face every day. High heat, temperature...

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress and dehydration. Exposure to extreme heat can...


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Sodium plays an important role in allowing the human body to function properly, but most people are consuming far more than their bodies really need— and this can cause...
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Each year, more than 600 people die in the United States due to extreme heat. This guide provides tips and tools for protecting workers in hot environments.
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Let this hydration safety cheat sheet be your essential 'Go To' guide for everything hydration safety.
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Free Whitepaper - Drying to be Cool: How Evaporative Technology Works

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