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New from OSHA: Heat illness prevention newsletter

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Washington — OSHA has published its first issue of Heat Source, the official newsletter of the agency’s Heat Illness Prevention campaign. 

The publication features tips on determining hydration levels and a collaboration with the Mine Safety and Health Administration on preventing heat illness in surface and underground mines. It also includes an update from the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health’s work group on heat injury and illness prevention, as well as the winners of the Let’s Talk About Heat Challenge.

To subscribe to the monthly newsletter, go to osha.gov/heat.

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