As the days grow warmer, California employers with outdoor places of employment should think about compliance with California’s Heat Illness Prevention Regulations (Cal. Code of Regs. tit. 8, § 3395). To comply with the regulations, California employers should take four essential steps:
- Develop and implement written procedures for addressing heat illness prevention;
- Train employees and supervisors;
- Provide adequate water; and
- Provide adequate shade.
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