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A major new workplace safety initiative targets dangerous heat on the job, but what about chronic heat exposure?

By Lynée Turek-Hankins, Ph.D. Student in Environmental Science & Policy, University of Miami
Katharine Mach, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, University of Miami
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Excessive heat puts your body at risk for organ damage. When workers don’t have a chance to cool off at home between shifts, that harm can accumulate.

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