Cal / OSHA highlights the importance of monitoring workers and recognizing early symptoms of


               Symptoms of excessive heat exposure include headache, tiredness, dizziness, confusion, cramps, exhaustion, and fainting. A disease caused by heat occurs when the body can not cool down when it is overheated.           Juliann Sum the director of Cal / OSHA. “It is important for those who work outdoors, especially during hot flashes, to [ ] The post Cal / OSHA highlights the importance of monitoring workers and recognizing early symptoms of appeared first on STL News.
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