Prevent heat-related illness on Johnson City construction site

Prevent Heatstroke on the Johnson City Construction Site

During the summer months, it can regularly get above 90 degrees in Johnson City. This can pose a significant risk for Johnson City construction workers. If you are a construction worker or employer, you need to make sure you are taking proper precautions to protect yourself and your employees against heat-related illnesses.

As summer approaches and temperatures rise, construction employers must safeguard their employees against heat-related hazards. After all, workers who spend extended periods of time in hot or humid environments are at greater risk of experiencing heat-related illnesses, such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke.

This month’s Construction Risk Advisor newsletter outlines best practices for safeguarding employees against heat-related illnesses on the Johnson City construction site. Read the whole newsletter.

If you have any questions about workplace safety, builders risk insurance or workers compensation insurance, please contact our Tri-Cities office at (423) 292-4142! We will work with you to make sure your business has the coverage you need.

Click here to read the June 2022 Construction Risk Advisor Newsletter!

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