Recognizing Conditions That Create Heat Illness

Employees’ exposure to high air temperature and relative humidity, radiant heat from the sun and other heat sources cause medical conditions that lead to the stages of heat illness. Working conditions, including the workload, protective clothing and PPE, and limited movement of air also lead to stages of heat illness.

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