NEW Social Media Toolkit (PDF*). Tweets and Facebook posts you can use to spread the word about the Campaign and the dangers of heat illness to your social and professional networks.
CDC report on OSHA’s review of heat-related enforcement cases highlights need for acclimatization to prevent worker deaths. OSHA News Release, (2014, August 7).
Teleconference with Meteorologists and Weather Forecasters about Preventing Heat Illness featuring Secretary of Labor Tom Perez, Assistant Secretary of Labor Dr. David Michaels, and NOAA Deputy Undersecretary Vice Admiral Michael S. Devany. [Recording] [Dr. Michaels Remarks] (2014, June 19).
US Labor Department kicks off summer campaign to prevent heat-related illnesses and fatalities among outdoor workers. OSHA News Release, (2012, May 7).
Press Teleconference on Launch of 2012 Heat Illness Prevention Campaign featuring Assistant Secretary Dr. David Michaels [Recording]
Use these pre-written articles and pictures in your articles, newsletter, blog, or safety materials. Take just parts or the whole thing to get out important information about Heat Safety.
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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