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RegSenseHeat and Cold ExposureSafety & HealthGeneral Industry SafetyCalifornia Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), DILBest ResultsFAQEnglishHeat StressFocus AreaUSA
Are there other regulations that apply to the provision of water?
Yes. The following Title 8 standards apply to the provision of drinking water:
- Construction: 8 CCR 1524,
- Hand labor in agriculture: 8 CCR 3457,
- Mining: 8 CCR 6975, and
- All other places of employment: 8 CCR 3363.
These standards require employers to provide sufficient quantities of drinking water in general in any work environment to which they apply. For employees working in the heat, a minimum of one quart of drinking water per hour must be available to each employee, (e.g., two gallons per employee for an eight-hour shift) to replace water lost by sweating.
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