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Materials to Prevent Heat Illness in Outdoor Workers

Heat Illness Prevention Training Guide, A Lesson Plan for Employers
Use this training guide to lead interactive training with workers and supervisors. Can be used with the worksite poster as a training aid. 50 pages
(OSHA 3437 - 2011) (English: PDF)
(OSHA 3451 - 2011) (Spanish: PDF)

Heat Illness: Health Effects of Heat Worksite, Training Poster
If working outdoors, the risk for heat-related illnesses, such as heat stroke, can cause serious medical problems or death. Display this poster at the worksite for workers to see, and use it as an educational training tool.
(OSHA 3431 - 2011) (English: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Illness: Health Effects of Heat Worksite, Training Poster (Spanish)
(OSHA 3432 - 2011) (Spanish: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Illness: OSHA-NIOSH Heat Illness InfoSheet: Protecting Workers from Heat Illness
At times, workers may be required to work in hot environments for long periods. This fact sheet provides information to employers on measures they should take to prevent heat-related illnesses and death.
(OSHA 3438 - 2011) (English: PDF)

Heat Illness: Protecting Workers from the Effects of Heat Fact Sheet
This fact sheet provides information to employers on measures they should take to prevent worker illnesses and death caused by heat stress. 3 pages
(OSHA FS -3743 - 2014) (English: HTML PDF)

Heat Illness: Stopping for Water Keeps You Going, Community Poster
Created for workers exposed to high temperatures during the summer, this poster communicates a very simple message--water, rest and shade. Post in grocery stores, libraries, and on community bulletin boards. 1 page
(OSHA 3435 - 2011) (English: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Illness: Stopping for Water Keeps You Going, Community Poster (Spanish)
(OSHA 3436 - 2011) (Spanish: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Outreach Wallet Card
(OSHA 3556 - 2012) (English: PDF Add to Cart)
(OSHA 3663 - 2013) (Portuguese: PDF)
(OSHA 3565 - 2012) (Spanish: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Safety Illustrated, Low-Literacy Fact Sheet (Construction/Agriculture)
Every year, thousands of workers become sick from heat exposure on the job. Illustrated for low-literacy workers, this fact sheet communicates how heat illness can be prevented with three simple words--water, rest and shade. 2 pages
(OSHA 3422 - 2011) (English: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Safety Illustrated, Low-Literacy Fact Sheet (Construction/Agriculture) (Spanish)
(OSHA 3423 - 2011) (Spanish: PDF Add to Cart)

Heat Stress QuickCard
Exposure to heat can cause illness and death. Learn of precautions your employer should take any time temperatures are high and the job involves physical work. 2 pages
(OSHA 3154 - 2017) (English: PDF Add to Cart)
(OSHA 3417 - 2017) (Spanish: PDF Add to Cart)
(OSHA 3389 - 2011) (Vietnamese: PDF Add to Cart)

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