OSHA seeks feedback on heat illness prevention campaign

Washington – Following the second year of OSHA’s heat illness prevention campaign, the agency is requesting feedback on the initiative.

A 15- to 20-minute survey is available for the public to evaluate the usefulness of the campaign and help the agency identify ways to update it in the future. Survey results also could help OSHA identify elements for use in other, unrelated safety campaigns, the agency said.

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