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Heat-Related Illness Part 2

People who work outdoors are more likely to become dehydrated and are more likely to get heat-related illness:

  • Drink two (2) to four (4) cups of water every hour while working.
  • DO NOT wait until you are thirsty to drink.
  • Spend time in air-conditioned buildings during breaks and after work.
  • Encourage co-workers to take breaks to cool off and drink water or fluid with electrolytes such as Gatorade.
  • Begin drinking plenty of water or Gatorade two days before going back for crew change.
  • Look out for others on your job site and let someone know if someone looks cold, pale or clammy

Job Supervisors insure each crew member has a copy of this SAFETY ALERT and that this topic is discussed and documented during each Safety Meeting

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