OSHA Targets Heat Hazards With New Worksite Safety Measures

September 21, 2021

Environmental heat exposure at work caused an average of 38 deaths per year from 2011 to 2019, with related deaths likely underreported, officials said. Nearly 42% of worker deaths were in construction, repair or cleaning.

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