OSHA Seeks Input on Heat Illness Prevention Campaign
Take a brief online survey
Although we’re now in winter’s deep freeze, think warm. OSHA is looking for feedback on last summer’s campaign to prevent heat-related illness at work.
OSHA has developed a 15-question online survey to evaluate the usefulness of its heat illness prevention campaign website and to identify possible modifications for next year. The brief survey will not collect any personal information from visitors–only opinions and evaluations of the heat illness prevention campaign. Did you use the educational resources on the Web? Were the materials useful for the work you do? Let us know!
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