Employee Heat Stress

NEW Thermal (Heat) Stress

Whether you work outdoors in agriculture or construction and face extreme heat for months on end or are a first responder who wears heavy gear to protect yourself from hazards such as fires, you are among the millions of workers who are at risk of heat stress on the job.

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COVID-19 Outbreak Resources

Airborne Transmitted Diseases

Learn how to protect yourself during a pandemic, including resources and expert guidance for avoiding current and future health crises and viruses like COVID-19.

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Disaster Preparedness and Response

Find out how to prepare for, respond in, and recover from disaster situations including floods, hurricanes, and wildfires and common safety hazards like downed power lines.

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Formaldehyde Resources


Learn what formaldehyde is, the risks of formaldehyde exposure in your home or work, and how to reduce airborne formaldehyde concentrations.

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Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

Protect yourself against common indoor air quality issues at work and home, including proven ways to improve your air quality.

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Mold Resources


Prevent mold growth and avoid the health risks of living or working in a building with mold.

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Musculoskeletal Disorders

Understand how exposure to adverse working conditions can cause momentary pain or long-term injury and ways to improve your ergonomics.

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Protect yourself from noise-induced hearing loss at work and home, including how to know if you should worry about hearing loss and proven ways to reduce your noise exposure.

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Wildfire Preparedness and Response

Prepare for and recover from a wildfire safely, including resources to help you create an evacuation plan, pack emergency supplies, and navigate cleanup efforts.

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Safety Matters

Young Worker Health & Safety Training

Help young workers stay safe from workplace hazards and understand how to create safe work environments.

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These guidance documents were primarily developed for those smaller business that don't have readily available occupational and environmental health and safety resources, and designed to help business owners, employers, employees and consumers implement science-backed procedures for limiting the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. They are subject to any local, state, or federal directives, laws, or orders about operating a business and should only be used if they do not conflict with any such orders. These documents are subject to revision and shall be updated accordingly.