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While we all enjoy the warmer temperatures the summer heat can cause a number of ailments ranging from discomfort to, in some cases, death. During this time of year it's essential that you understand the risks involved and learn the necessary precautions. Our Risk Management and Occupational Safety team pulled together a few summer safety tips to help you avoid injury and illness:
Take Precautions to Avoid Heat Stress When Working in the Heat
Take Action to Respond to Heat Stress
Heat exhaustion (weakness; dizziness; sweating; moist, pale, or flushed skin):
Heat stroke (lack of sweating; high body temperature; dry and hot skin; chills;strong rapid pulse; confusion):