As temperatures begin to rise for summer, so too does the risk of heat illness. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), thousands of individuals are affected by heat-related illnesses each year. And did you know that heat illness can also affect those who work indoors?
Fortunately, heat-related issues are preventable if you take appropriate precautions. Regardless of whether you work indoors or out, you will benefit from USC Environment Health & Safety’s (EH&S) new Heat Illness Prevention Training in TrojanLearn.
And for more information, visit the EHS’s Heat Illness Prevention page.