The Canadian Heat Stress Guide

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Discover the latest heat-stress prevention solutions available to help minimize the risk of heat exposure and reduce the risk of heat-related illnesses in The Canadian Heat Stress Guide.


About the guide:

Heat stress occurs when the body is unable to regulate its internal temperature in response to external heat. The human body relies on maintaining a stable core temperature to function properly, and when exposed to high temperatures, it may struggle to dissipate heat.

Understanding your responsibility to prevent heat stress is essential, especially in environments where individuals may be exposed to high temperatures.

This guide covers identifying heat stress symptoms, understanding the risks associated with prolonged exposure to high temperatures, and implementing appropriate safety solutions with specific product recommendations.

Guide highlights:
  • Introduction to Heat Stress
  • Signs & Symptoms of Heat Stress
  • Factors Contributing to Heat Stress
  • Regulatory & Compliance Obligations
  • Personal & Area Monitoring
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Hydration Solutions
  • Heat Stress Program Evaluation