PROTECT YOUR PEOPLE,
POWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Heat-related illness comes with high costs for both workers and employers. Heat stress can cause fine motor performance to deteriorate; further, heat-related illness can contribute to decreased performance, lost productivity due to illness and hospitalization, and possibly even death.
The good news is that heat-related illness is preventable, especially with a demonstrated commitment to providing the most effective controls.
When it comes to hydration, not all options are created equal. If you’re looking for ways to accelerate fluid absorption into the bloodstream so your team can stay safe and productive, let us know.
OSHA encourages hydration, rest, and shade as prevention for heat-related illness.
An effective prevention program is incorporated into a broader safety and health program that aligns with OSHA's Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs core elements:
Consume adequate fluids
Work shorter shifts
Take frequent breaks
Quickly identify any heat illness symptoms.