Employer’s Responsibilities

heat stress

Heat Stress Facts

According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the U.S. Department of Health, and the University of Michigan, employees required to work in high temperature environments should be allowed to take frequent breaks in a cool place. “High Temperature Work Environments” are generally referred to as the following: …

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fall prevention

Factors to Consider in Fall Protection & OH&SA- Employers General Responsibilities

All aisles and walkways should be kept free of clutter and debris. Oil spills and other slippery materials should be cleaned up immediately. Areas that are slippery because of the continuous use of water–common in the floriculture industry–should be off-limits as general traffic areas and restricted to those workers who must perform their duties in …

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