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Working outdoors exposes us to many different types of hazards, including poisonous plants, insect bites and stings, snakebites, animal bites or scratches, heat-related and cold-related illnesses, pesticides and herbicides, and even power tools. To provide a safe outdoor work environment, employers need to make sure their employees understand some of the hazards of outdoor work and how to protect themselves from those hazards. Use this Working Safely Outdoors guide to train your workers on heat and cold.

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