beat the heat

protect yourself & your team against heat-related dangers

Heat Illness GuideAs temperatures rise, so does the risk of heat stress that can lead to heat exhaustion, and in extreme cases, heat stroke. Proactively protecting your team on the shop floor, or your crew on a worksite, can reduce the threat of heat-related illness. Following OSHA guidelines and recommendations, recognizing the warning signs of heat-related illnesses, implementing a heat illness protection program, and making proper use of equipment can reduce the risk of heat-related illness and increase the safety of your employees.


Fill out the form on this page to download our comprehensive Heat-Related Illness Prevention Guide! By downloading, you'll find:

  • Printable posters for training & awareness

  • How to use a heat index chart

  • The differences between symptoms of heat exhaustion vs. heat stroke

  • Helpful OSHA links including heat stress planning recommendations