Heatstroke Risk Management

Whether working or playing outside, hot temperatures, high humidity, and sun exposure all give way to a greater risk for heat related illnesses. These illnesses, including heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and, the most dangerous, heatstroke, occur when your body is unable to properly cool itself.

It is important to know how to avoid the risks leading to heat exhaustion and heatstroke, spot the signs of heat illnesses, and treat those who may be suffering from heat exhaustion or heatstroke.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created an infographic to explain how to avoid, spot, and treat. Review this valuable information before heading out in the summer heat!

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