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In extreme heat, both indoor and outdoor workers are at higher risk for health hazards, including death, occupational injuries and serious long- and short-term illnesses. The National Commission on Climate and Workforce Health is pleased to share these resources to help protect workers against the dangers of extreme heat.

“Protecting Your Employees From Extreme Heat” is a tip sheet for employers that breaks down the health risks of high temperatures and how they can affect worker health and productivity. The tip sheet includes easy-to-follow strategies for implementing a heat stress management program in your workplace.

“Protecting Yourself From Extreme Heat” is a tip sheet for employees, packed with practical advice on staying safe, hydrated and vigilant in extreme heat.

The National Commission on Climate and Workforce Health invites employers and managers to share these resources with their teams and identify opportunities to improve worker health and safety at their organizations.

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The National Commission on Climate and Workforce Health was created by the Health Action Alliance in partnership with Mercer and with strategic input from the CDC Foundation. Additional support for the initiative is being provided by Elevance Health and The Hartford.

The Health Action Alliance is the country’s largest employer network operating at the intersection of business and public health. With a community of 9,000+ employers representing 40M+ workers, we’re on a mission to make employees healthier and our communities stronger. We know good health is good business.