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Dehydration, Industry

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Water plays a vital role for the human body and it is important to understand the importance of hydration when it comes to keeping our bodies healthy. Proper hydration can prevent illness and keeps the body from overheating. Review this safety topic for more information on the symptoms and health hazards of dehydration and tips to ensure workers are consuming enough fluids throughout the day to stay sufficiently hydrated.

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CalOSHA - How to Prevent Indoor Heat Illness

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NIOSH Infosheet - Protecting Workers from Heat Illness

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OSHA Fact Sheet - Heat Hazards

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OSHA QuickCard - Heat Stress

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic that provides information on the symptoms and health hazards of dehydration and tips to ensure workers are consuming enough fluids throughout the day to stay sufficiently hydrated.

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