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Listing of Heat Stress and Heat-Related Illness Information, Programs Links

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HEALTH & SAFETY HEAT STRESS LINKS
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001 Australia Queensland
Brisbane QNU Queensland Nurse's Union

Heat Stress Guidance for you in order to negotiate agreement in your workplace that will prevent you and your colleagues suffering heat stress
002 Canada AB
Edmonton AHRE - WHS Alberta Human Resources & Employment - Workplace Health & Safety

Working in the Heat Includes a table about Health problems resulting from heat exposure
003 Canada MB
Winnipeg
Government of Manitoba - Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Workplace Safety and Health Division About thermal stress management programs for your workplace to protect workers in both hot and cold environments.
004 Canada ON
Toronto
Government of Ontario - Ministry of Labour

Heat Stress Health and Safety Guideline This Guideline is intended to assist employers, workers and other workplace parties in understanding heat stress
005 Canada ON
Toronto OHCOW Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers Inc

Humidex Based Heat Response Plan Provides guidance using just temperature and humidity data. Its a simplified way of protecting workers from heat stress.
006 Canada ON
Toronto WHSC Workers Health and Safety Centre

Heat Stress: Mercury rising, workers dying What is at risk?, What are the health effects?, What can be done?, ACGIH Heat Stress Guideline, Right to refuse work
007 Canada SK
Regina
Saskatchewan Labour - Occupational Health & Safety

Working Under Hot Conditions This publication discusses how to control hot conditions and prevent heat stress disorders.
008 England Greater London
London TUC Trades Union Congress

Temperature at Work - Heat - A guide for safety representatives The factsheet covers the dangers of working in hot conditions, the law, and what safety representatives should seek from employers
009 US AK
Anchorage
Alaska Department of Labor and Workplace Development

Heat Stress Heat stress is caused by working in hot environments like laundries, bakeries, or around boilers or incinerators.
010 US AL
Decatur
AquaTex Industries

Providing consumers with the ultimate solution to heat stress relief. Hydroweave technology reduces the amount of energy wasted cooling the body and battling heat stress.
011 US AZ
Phoenix
City of Phoenix Personal Safety Information

Heat Stress (Sun Stress) Hot weather triggers a variety of medical emergencies. Even healthy people should take it easy during extremely high temperatures,
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012 US AZ
Surprise
All About OSHA

Heat Stress, Stroke, & Exhaustion Programs Programs and Training Products
013 US CA
San Francisco
Healthline Networks, Inc.

Heat Emergencies Learning Center Heat emergencies fall into three categories of increasing severity: heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke. Learn more.
014 US DC
Washington CPWR Center to Protect Workers' Right

Heat Stress in Construction Heat is a serious hazard in construction. Your body builds up heat when you work and sweats to get rid of extra heat.
015 US DC
Washington DOI Department of Interior

Occupational Health and Medical Services Heat Stress Prevention
016 US DC
Washington DOL Department of Labor
MSHA Mine Safety and Health Administration Heat Stress - What to do....
017 US DC
Washington DOL Department of Labor
OSHA Occupational Safety & Health Administration Technical Manual: Heat Stress
018 US DC
Washington OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Heat Stress Card Three part printout covers: The Heat Equation, Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke - A Medical Emetrgency
019 US DC
Washington OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OSHA Technical Links Web Page involving Heat Stress A guide to information regarding the Recognition, Evaluation, Control, and Compliance actions
020 US DC
Washington OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Protecting Workers in Hot Environments Fact Sheet No. OSHA 95-16
021 US FL World wide Sarasota
Cool Draft

Portable Cooling Heat stress prevention tools
022 US FL
Stuart
DMK Safety Consulting

Heat Stress Program About identification and managing heat stress problems
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023 US FL
West Melbourne
Glacier Tek

Cooling the Body A Review Of Today's Cooling Technologies.
024 US GA
Atlanta CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Emergency Preparedness and Response Natural Disasters - Extreme Heat
025 US GA
Atlanta CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
NASD National Ag Safety Database SAFE FARM - Promoting Agricultural Health and Safety Remember Sun Safety in the Field
026 US GA
Atlanta CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
NIOSH National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Heat Stress: the total health load exceeds the capacities of the body to maintain normal body functions without excessive strain
027 US GA
Atlanta CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
NIOSH National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Pamphlet: Working in Hot Environments
028 US IL
Deerfield
Dresser Safety Management

Heat Stress Article and Table
029 US LA
Shreveport
National Weather Service - Shreveport Weather Forecast Office

Heat Stress Safety Are you ready for Summer?
030 US MI
Detroit SEMCOSH Southeast Michigan Coalition on Occupational Safety


How to beat HEAT STRESS on the job
031 US MN
Sauk Rapids
WayCoolFans.com HQ

Waycool Portable evaporative coolers can lower workplace temperatures for a fraction of the cost of air conditioning.
032 US MS
Mississippi State MSU Mississippi State University
CARES Coordinated Access to the Research and Extension System Worker Protection Standard: Heat Illness
033 US NJ
Princeton
Princeton University Environmental Health and Safety

Heat Stress Detailing these issues: What is Heat Stress; Health Disorders; Prevention; Temperature Humidity Index
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034 US NJ North America wide Westwood
Arctic Heat USA HQ

Supplying revolutionary lightweight Arctic Heat Body Cooling Vestsÿdesigned to counter the harmful effects of Heat Stress.
035 US NY
New York EH&RS Environmental Health and Radiation Safety

Heat Stress A description of the potential harmful effects of heat (listed from the most dangerous to the least)
036 US NY
Port Jefferson Station
OccuNomix International Inc.

Heat Stress Products Available products include: MiraCool; Phase Change Cooling System; Terry Toppers; Sweat Bands; Hard Hat Shade
037 US OK
Stillwater OSU Oklahoma State University
EHS Environmental Health & Safety Department Heat Exhaustion
038 US OK
Stillwater OSU Oklahoma State University
EHS Environmental Health & Safety Department Heat Stress
039 US SC
Clemson
Clemson University

Beat the Heat: Preventing Heat Stress & Heat Illness This slide set defines heat stress and different types of heat-related illnesses to Agricultural workers, pesticide applicators
040 US TN
Evensville
Kris Bancroft - Safety, Health, & Environmental Specialist

Managing The Heat In Florida Workplaces An Employer's Guide For Developing A Heat Stress Prevention Plan
041 US TX
Garland
Baylor Medical Center

Heat Stress in the Workplace Many work environments expose workers to extremely hot and humid conditions.
042 US W Australia
Perth
Government of Western Australia - Department of Consumer and Employment Protection

Occupational Disease Essentials Heat Stress

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