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Heat Stress Mitigation: Tools for Compliance and Safety

    Warehouses, industrial, and commercial buildings often suffer a common problem – moderate to excessive heat that can impact employee safety and productivity as well as violate federal, state, and local statutes such as OSHA, California Title 24 Part 6, and ASHRAE 55.

    As employers increasingly invite workers back to the workplace, safety and comfort can make the difference between retaining talent and having a revolving door workforce that chooses to find employment in more comfortable spaces.

    Check out this brief, which dives into the issues impacting employee safety and comfort, and examines mitigation measures industrial site employers, hygienists, facility managers, and operators should consider when evaluating heat mitigation solutions to meet current and emerging regulatory demands.