|Heat Exhaustion||Heat Stroke|
|Headache||Red, Hot, Dry Skin|
|Irritability or Confusion|
What To Do If You Think a Co-Worker is in Danger
- Call a supervisor for help. If a supervisor is not available, call 911.
– Be prepared to describe the symptoms.
– Give specific and clear directions to your work site.
- Have someone stay with the worker and start providing first aid until help arrives.
- Move the person to a cooler/shaded area.
- Loosen or remove clothing.
- Fan and mist the worker with water. Apply ice packs or cold towels.
- Provide cool drinking water if the worker is conscious, not vomiting and able to drink.