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Topics: Loss Control
Soaring temperatures, busy travel times and the potential for strong storms and wildfires are some of the unique hazards businesses can face in the summertime. 17. Keep outdoor workers hydrated by providing plenty of water and fluids throughout their shifts. 18. Make sure employees working in the heat wear appropriate clothing, like loose-fitting, breathable fabrics. 19. Schedule frequent breaks and watch for symptoms of heat-related illnesses such as heatstroke. 20. Watch the weather reports to stay abreast of any impending storms and make sure the outside of the building is secure. 21. Install a generator to prepare for the possibility of power loss and to help reduce business disruption. 22. For businesses located in regions prone to wildfires, create a defensible space around the building to reduce damage from the fire.