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Employer Duty to Protect Against Heat Hazards

August 2010 – Heat is a “recognized” hazard to human safety and health. Its impact on employees ranges from nausea to death, depending upon exposure. OSHA requires employers evaluate whether a heat hazard exists by evaluating the temperature and humidity conditions within the workplace If a heat hazard exists, employers must develop means and methods to protect employees from heat hazards.