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Working Conditions

[fusion_text]Always strive to have proactive construction workers and teams. Make every effort to eliminate unsafe working conditions and decreasing unsafe acts to work toward safer construction site environments for everybody involved.[/fusion_text]

How do I know if it’s too hot?

[fusion_text] The temperature rises Humidity increases The sun gets stronger There is no air movement No controls are in place to reduce the impacts of equipment that radiates heat Protective clothing or gear is worn Work is strenuous...

How can heat-related illness be prevented?

[fusion_text]Heat-related illnesses can be prevented. Important ways to reduce heat exposure and the risk of heat-related illness include engineering controls, such as air conditioning and ventilation, that make the work environment cooler, and work practices such as...

SMOHIT E-blast Archives

SMOHIT communicates every week the latest information on environmental, health, and safety. If you have missed past e-blasts, now we are providing access to past information topics.

New HazCom 2012

Major changes to the Hazard Communication Standard Hazard classification: Provides specific criteria for classification of health and physical hazards, as well as classification of mixtures. 1.Labels 2. Safety Data Sheets 3. Information and training