As the temperature rises during summer months, workplace injuries naturally increase. Fortunately, there are several practices to engage in that can minimize the risk for heightened workplace injuries. If you know you’re going to be at an outdoor job site, be sure to invest in some sunscreen that has an SPF rating of 50 or higher. Also be sure to effectively manage your body heat by taking breaks in the shade and staying properly hydrated.
- Summer temperatures can be dangerous for anyone who is working during these times.
- You should make sure you drink water regularly to negate the effects of the heat.
- Be careful when you’re sweaty, and protect yourself with sunscreen and sunglasses.
“Heat exhaustion can lead to heat stroke, which is a life-threatening condition. It occurs when a person’s body has to work extra hard to maintain a stable core temperature in a hot environment-either outside or indoors.”
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