Greenberg Traurig hosted a discussion about how employers can prepare for OSHA’s new enforcement measures for heat hazards.
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This webinar discussed how the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and equivalent State agencies conducted enforcement related to heat stress hazards in the past, OSHA’s new National Emphasis Program regarding indoor and outdoor heat stress, and how employers can protect employees from heat hazards and successfully manage a heat hazard inspection.
- Is heat a hazard? (Is there a difference between indoor and outdoor heat stress?)
- How OSHA and State occupational safety and health agencies have historically conducted enforcement related to heat hazards in the workplace.
- OSHA’s National Emphasis Program regarding indoor and outdoor heat-related workplace hazards.
- How employers can protect employees from heat-related workplace hazards and prepare for inspections.