NJ.com (07/18/12) Joshua Rosenau
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has advised Mercer County, NJ, employers to give their employees adequate relief from high temperatures, in the wake of the death of a local employee more than a month ago. In May, Mark Jefferson, a Labor Ready employee, took ill while working at a Waste Management plant during a period of extreme heat. The investigation into Jefferson’s death is ongoing, but the circumstances surrounding it carried many of the indications associated with heat sickness.
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