The new Heat Illness Prevention Standard, under Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Section 3395, adopted on June 15, 2005 (recently revised December 2013), 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 exceeding 85 degrees. It is mandatory to post the Heat Stress poster for employees engaged in outdoor activities conducted in hot weather.
CONTENTS: Information about mandatory breaks called Recovery Periods - Added December, 2013
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