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Preventing work-related heat stress

July 10, 2013 - Posted by Jonathan Jacobi

Summertime heat, exercise and outdoor work activities can cause heat-related illnesses ranging from heat exhaustion to heat stroke.

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Topics: training, occupational health, energy, illness prevention, worker fatigue, construction

Fatigue - from the roads to the skies

March 21, 2012 - Posted by Langdon Dement

Whether we’re sitting at a desk, working in a factory, driving trucks or even flying airplanes, fatigue can sneak up on us. And fatigue can lead to error. But it’s important to remember that fatigue can be managed. Getting satisfactory sleep and trying to build a routine in your day-to-day activities is the best way to fight and hopefully diminish fatigue.

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Topics: training, wellness, workplace safety, injury prevention, worker fatigue, workforce, risk management