Heat stroke is life-threatening, and heat cramps and heat exhaustion are debilitating conditions that can interfere with judgment or create other safety issues.

As everyone can respond differently to the same conditions from day to day, it is vital to pay attention to how you are feeling every time you work in hot conditions. Look for warning signs like:

  • Fatigue
  • Dry mouth
  • Rapid breathing

For more information on Heat Illness Prevention, download this sheet and find more materials here. For more safety topics, please visit the ThinkSafe site.