In a landmark move to bolster workplace safety across the United States, OSHA has taken significant strides by expanding its injury and illness reporting requirements. This groundbreaking initiative aims to create a culture of proactive risk management and safeguard the well-being of workers in various industries.
This blog post delves into the impact of heat on workers and outlines strategies for employers to prevent heat-related injuries. By understanding the risks and implementing preventative measures, we can protect workers’ health and safety, and potentially reduce the number of workers’ compensation claims.
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