Cal/OSHA released another heat advisory warning for Thursday and Friday, July 26 and 27, 2019 for parts of Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings and Kern counties. Please read our previous eBlast discussing California’s high heat illness prevention standard and steps that employers must take to protect outdoor workers from potential heat illness here.
Additionally, employers are advised to review their Injury Illness Prevention Program and ensure that they have an effective written Heat Illness Prevention Plan in place and that their supervisors and employees are trained and knowledgeable about what steps are to be taken during periods of high heat to prevent heat illness.
If you have any questions regarding your Heat Illness Prevention Plan please contact the experts at Dowling Aaron Incorporated, Saqui Law Group Division.
Source: The Saqui Law Group