Now that it is officially summer with temperatures soaring into the 90s across the country, extra precaution should be taken when working in the heat to avoid dehydration as well as heat stress.
Below are resources you can use to identify signs of heat stress and how to avoid it.
It's time to be concerned about heat and hydration in the workplace
TWU Heat Stress Factsheet – English
TWU Heat Stress Factsheet-Spanish
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