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In 2020, our Summer jobsites are going to look a little different than previous years. Working in the heat during the pandemic will require us to redefine our safety measures as temperatures start climbing. Workers putting in a full shift wearing a mask or face covering are going to get hot and sweat more than usual. We need to make sure all workers are staying properly hydrated throughout their shifts.

How To Know If You’re Getting Dehydrated

Working through the conditions of dehydration is not only physically uncomfortable, but can be downright dangerous when operating heavy equipment and working with tools. For our safety, and everyone on our crew, the need to replenish electrolytes is vital.

Signs Of Dehydration

  • Low blood pressure
  • White fingertips
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Skin that takes longer to return to its normal shape after you pinch it

Symptoms Of Electrolyte Loss

  • Muscle cramping or twitching
  • Fatigue, dizziness, nausea
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Loss of focus or confusion
  • Headache

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Hot Months and Increased Use of PPE Require Heightened Awareness of Signs of Heat Stress