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Heat Exposure

Left untreated, too much heat exposure leads to more serious conditions such as heat stroke, exhaustion, syncope (fainting or dizziness), cramps, and rash. Many factors affect heat stress such as physical exertion, amount of water intake, clothing, existing medical conditions, medications, and the environment. These resources will help you learn more about and address the risk of heat exposure.


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Heat Stress: It’s hot out there!
January 27, 2016   |  LGRMS
This presentation covers factors that lead to heat stress, types of heat stress, and ways to prevent it.
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