Are You Ready for Cal/OSHSA to Bring on the Heat?

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Today, Cal/OSHA issued a news release urging all employers to protect outdoor workers from heat illness. The news release is available here. Several cities across the state are already dealing with high heat temperatures and it is expected to stay between 90 and 100 degrees for the next few weeks, which triggers an employer’s obligation to comply with California Heat Illness Prevention guidelines. With temperatures on the rise throughout California, this is an important time for employers to re-evaluate their company’s Heat Illness Prevention guidelines and ensure that their policies are updated and compliant.

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Source: The Saqui Law Group

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