Fact Sheets / Posters / Training Material
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Outreach Wallet Card
Two-sided business card with message on one side and heat illness symptoms on the other. QR Code links to OSHA Heat Illness Prevention Website to access more materials.
Can be kept in wallet to use in event of an emergency and great to hand out at worksites.
App calculates heat index for current location and provides guidance to prevent illness.
Additional Resources for Workers and Employers
Protecting Workers from the Effects of Heat Fact Sheet (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet (Publication 3743), (August 2014).
Protecting Workers from Heat Illness (PDF*). OSHA-NIOSH Heat Illness Info Sheet, (2011).
Occupational Heat Exposure. OSHA Safety and Health Topics Page.
Protecting Yourself From Heat Stress. NIOSH Fast Facts (Publication 2010-114), (April 2010).
Heat Stress. NIOSH Workplace Safety and Health Topics.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Extreme Heat. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Emergency Preparedness and Response.
Beat the Heat: Heat Safety Resources. National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Weather Service.
Heat Illness Prevention.*** Cal/OSHA, Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH).
Heat Illness Prevention eTool.*** Cal/OSHA.
Quick Facts for Employees (PDF) (English and Spanish). Oregon OSHA (QF-008 OR-OSHA).
Outdoor Heat Exposure (OHE, Heat Stress).*** Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.
Sun Safety. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Skin Cancer.
**These resources were adapted from California OSHA’s heat campaign materials.
***NOTE: California and Washington state have their own heat illness prevention standards; these materials reflect the requirements in those standards.
Shows locations of outdoor worker, heat-related fatalities between 2008 and 2014.
Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health on the Campaign to Prevent Heat Illness
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OSHA also provides help to employers. OSHA's On-site Consultation Program offers free and confidential advice to small and medium-sized businesses in all states across the country, with priority given to high-hazard worksites. For more information or for additional compliance assistance contact OSHA at 1-800-321-OSHA (6742). It's confidential. We can help.
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