Title 45, Chapter 11
APRIL 2011 Volume 12, Number 4
Condition yourself for hot working environments.
Watch for signs of heat illness: cramps, exhaustion, stroke; hot, dry, red skin is a sign of heatstroke.
Drink plenty of water. You can lose up to a gallon an hour on hot humid days with heavy physical activity.
Check yourself and children thoroughly for ticks.
Use insect repellant and apply as directed.
Always wear a life vest when in or around water.
Never swim in mine quarry ponds or lakes.
Always carry adequate first aid supplies.
Wear light weight, light colored clothing, hats and sunglasses when working out in the sun.