Heat Safety Guide

Don't show up to the jobsite without a plan to prevent heat-related accidents. Download this guide to assist your construction team during the upcoming hot summer months.

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As the summer approaches and the days get a lot hotter, it is important that construction companies implement a plan to prevent heat-related accidents. Although 100 percent preventable, on average 11 workers daily in the United States are severely injured or die from heat stress.

This is an unfortunate statistic given that these accidents are avoidable with a thought-out plan and proper training. With the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) considering new measures to prevent hazards in both indoor and outdoor environments, it is imperative that you know how to keep your workers safe.

This downloadable guide, supplied by Asphalt Contractor and ForConstructionPros.com, aims to inform construction professionals about:

  • The Dangers of Heat-Related Illness
  • How to Treat Heat-Related Symptoms
  • How to Train Your Team for Prevention
  • & Other Jobsite Tips for a Safe Work Environment

With a little planning and the knowledge of the signs of heat-related illness, you have a better opportunity to keep yourself and your workers safe. Download and print out the Heat Safety Guide to remind your team what to expect during the upcoming summer months.