Home » Heat stress materials from OSHA Heat stress materials from OSHA May 17, 2012 No Comments Reprints OSHA's 2012 heat illness campaign aims to expand on last year’s campaign by providing more education materials and reaching more workers. New to this year’s campaign are a smartphone app and an employer guide to using the heat index. Related Articles Groups petition OSHA to issue heat stress standard; Congresswoman to sponsor bill OSHA to employers: Consider screening workers for heat stress when index hits 85 degrees Managing heat stress OSHA launches annual heat illness prevention campaign Responding to heat stroke, heat exhaustion Post a comment to this article Safety+Health welcomes comments that promote respectful dialogue. Please stay on topic. Comments that contain personal attacks, profanity or abusive language – or those aggressively promoting products or services – will be removed. We reserve the right to determine which comments violate our comment policy. (Anonymous comments are welcome; merely skip the “name” field in the comment box. An email address is required but will not be included with your comment.) Name Email (will not be displayed)* Title Comment* Please Enter Your Comment Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.