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60-Second Video on Heat Illness Prevention (English and Spanish)

2022 Heat Illness Video in English

 

2022 Heat Illness Video in Spanish

Heat Illness Infographics (English and Spanish versions)
Sun Safety at Work infographic Sun Safety at Work. Sun exposure causes skin cancer, premature aging of the skin, and cataracts. Cover up. Wear tightly-woven clothing that blocks out light. Use sunscreen. use a sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15. Wear a hat. A wide bring hat protects the neck, ears, eyes, forehead, nose, and scalp. Wear UV-absorbent shades. Sunglasses should block UVA and UVB radiation. Limit exposure. UV rays are the most intense between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. osha.gov/heat
Prevent Heat Illness at Work infographic in English Prevent heat illness at work. Ease into work. Nearly 3 out of 4 fatalities from heat illness happen during the first week of work. Build a tolerance to heat by increasing intensity by 20% each day. Drink cool water even if you are not thirsty. Rest for long enough to recover from the heat. Take breaks in a shady or cool area. Wear a hat and dress for the heat. Watch out for each other. Verbally check on workers wearing face coverings.
Prevent Heat Illness infographic Consejos para Prevenir las Enfermedades Relacionadas con el Calor en el Trabajo. Modere su actividad. Casi 3 de cada 4 muertes por el calor ocurren durante la primera semana de trabajo. Desarrolle una tolerancia al calor aumentando la intensidad en un 20% cada día. Beba agua fría aun si no tiene sed. Descanse lo suficiente para recuperarse del calor. Tome descanos bajo la sombra o en un lugar fresco. Use sombrero y ropa adecuada para el calor. Esté pendiente a sus compañeros. Chequee verbalmente a los trabajadores usando mascarilla.
Heat Illness Medical Emergency infographic in English Heat exposure can be dangerous. Signs of a medical emergency: Abnormal thinking or behavior, Slurred speech, Seizures, Loss of consciousness. Take these actions: 1. Call 911 immediately. 2. Cool the worker right away with water or ice. 3. Stay with the worker until help arrives.
Heat Illness Medical Emergency infographic in Spanish La exposición al calor puede ser peligrosa. Los siguientes son señales de una emergencia médica: Pensamiento o comportamiento anormal, dificuldad para hablar, convulsiones, pérdida de conocimiento. Tome estas medidas: 1. Llame al 911 de inmediato. 2. Enfríe inmediatamente a los trabajadores con agua y hielo. 3. Permanezca con el trabajador hasta que llegue la ayuda.
Heat Illness Signs and Symptoms infographic in English Heat illness signs and symptoms. Watch for signs of heat illness and act quickly. When in doubt, call 911. If worker experiences: headache or nausea; weakness or dizziness; heavy sweating or hot, dry skin; elevated body temperature; thirst, or decreased urine output. Take these actions: give cool water to drink; remove unnecessary clothing; move to a cooler area; cool with water, ice, or a fan; do not leave alone; and seek medical care (if needed).
Heat Illness Signs and Symptoms infographic in Spanish Señales y síntomas de las enfermendad relacionadas con el calor. Éste atento a signos de enfermadades relacionadas con el calor. En caso de duda, llame al 911. Si el trabajador experimenta: dolor de cabeza o nauseas; debilidad o mareos; sudor abundante o calienta, piel seca; alta temperatura corporal; sed, o disminución del gastro urinario. Tome estas acciones: dar de beber agua fría; Quitar la ropa innecesaria; mover a un área más fresco; enfriar a un ares más fresco; no dejar al trabajador solo; y buscar ayuda médica de ser necesario.
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OSHA quarter-page size graphic in English, with the text: Water. Rest. Shade. The work can't get done without them.
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OSHA Full Size Poster in English - A worker is resting in a chair with a cup of water at a job site. The caption reads: Stopping for water keeps you going.
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En español
OSHA quarter-page size graphic in Spanish, with the text: Agua. Sombra. Descansos. Sin ellos no se puede trabajar.
En español
OSHA Full Size Poster in Spanish - A worker is resting in a chair with a cup of water at a job site. The caption reads: Con Agua uno rind más.
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