Protecting Your Employees Against Heat Hazards

As seasonal temperatures climb, employers must consider their potential liabilities for not protecting employees against the hazard of heat. This hazard can involve employer legal duties under many laws, including: OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act), State OSHA regulations; Americans with Disabilities Act; Criminal Law; Workers’ Compensation; and Third- Party ...

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