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RegSenseHeat and Cold ExposureSafety & HealthGeneral Industry SafetyBest ResultsFAQEnglishHeat StressFocus AreaUSA
When pre-shift meetings are required for heat exposures, what should they cover?
Pre-shift meetings are meant to provide supervisors and employees with a brief review of high-heat procedures. The meetings are not meant to review every element previously covered in regular training or in orientation. The employer may determine whether the training is required based on the predicted temperature in the area.
Topics that should be covered in pre-shift meetings include staying hydrated and taking cool-down rests, identifying the employees who should call for emergency medical services when needed, and how employees will be observed. For employees working remotely, the employer may conduct pre-shift meetings by cell phone or radio.
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