It does not matter how many employees work for your company, or whether they work indoors or outside, you have a legal and humanitarian responsibility to provide them with a safe workplace.
By reading my latest book about Heat Safety, you will find HEAT can be an opportunity or it can become a human tragedy. It’s all about how you address the issue.
Heat Safety – How to Keep Your Workplace Save When the Mercury Rises provides you valuable information about how to comply with OSHA outdoor guidelines and about a California commission’s findings when they studied indoor heat. Additionally, you will receive the results of a recent study about how indoor workplace temperatures can affect employee productivity.
Do you really want to incur additional costs, create legal entanglements and disrupt your normal operations?
How will you sleep at night knowing your lack of thoroughness and lack of action caused one or more employees to become seriously ill from heat exposure?
Imagine how a heat exposure injury will affect the morale of your staff when they learn you could have prevented the incident?
Getting up to date about how to protect your employees and your profits can be accomplished by reading Heat Safety – How to Keep Your Workplace Save When the Mercury Rises. Then, you will want to take the necessary actions to comply and protect your most valuable asset, employees.
Contact me with your questions about this or other RisksNThreats topics; by phone: 916-960-8758 or email email@example.com. Conversations are a no obligation and a no “strings attached” event.
Note for month of September: September is National Preparedness Month: This is about preparing your business and your family for an emergency of a disaster. More about this will be coming to you soon.
Also, for those of you in the Sacramento, CA area, consider the workshop about leave of absence and sexual harassment training on September 12th. Go to this link for more information and how to attend.
The workshop is presented by the Sacramento Employer Advisory Council.