For NON-California Workplaces CLICK HERE The new Heat Illness Prevention Standard, under Title 8,
California Code of Regulations, Section 3395, adopted on June 15, 2005 (recently
revised to take effect May 1, 2015), requires all employers with
outdoor work sites to train their employees on how to prevent heat
illness, including taking mandatory breaks called "Recovery Periods"
for workers working outdoors in temperatures of at least
80 degrees Fahrenheit. It is mandatory to train employees and to post the Heat
Stress poster for employees engaged in outdoor activities, especially
those conducted in hot weather. This poster is ideal for outdoor
employees including, and most especially, those in agriculture and
Information about mandatory breaks called Recovery Periods -Added December, 2013 Additional Provisions regarding High Heat,
Acclimatization, and Emergency Response -Effective
May 1, 2015 Emphasis on Heat Illness Prevention Planning -Effective May 1, 2015 Steps to Prevent Heat Illness and Heat Stress Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion Symptoms of Heat Stroke What to do for Heat-Related Illness
DISPLAYING SAFETY POSTERS SIGNIFY A
COMMITMENT TO COMPLIANCE!
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