Most heat-related health problems can be prevented, or the risk of developing them can be reduced. For indoor environments, refer to the information below.
The best way to prevent heat-related illness is to make the work environment cooler. A variety of engineering controls can reduce workers’ exposure to heat:
-Air conditioning (such as air-conditioned crane or construction equipment cabs, air conditioning in break rooms).
-Increased general ventilation.
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