Heat Illness Prevention Training

Posted on Monday, May 23, 2022

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.

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