Newsletter: Beat The Heat

June 1, 2022

When a child dies in a hot car, the No. 1 question is: How could this happen? But do you know what the safety implication is at your workplace? How Do We Beat The Heat? Before you answer that, know this: About one-quarter of hot car deaths involving kids occur at a place of work (office building parking lot, daycare center, grocery store lot, etc.)

Research shows more than half of kids who die in hot cars are left behind by a parent or caregiver. Often, distraction is a contributing factor, particularly if the morning drop-off routine is disrupted. There are steps you can take to protect your employees and their loved ones:

At a time of year when the temperature is climbing, this is your chance to reinforce the ideal that everyone plays a role in safety and safety is for everyone, both on and off the job.

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