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  • QUESTemp Heat Stress Monitors

    QUESTemp Heat Stress Monitors from TSI Incorporated quickly and accurately evaluate potential heat stress environments. These instruments deliver high-performance monitoring using Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) sensing technology, the standard for heat stress management, and the calculation of a WBGT Index value. Our monitors allow you to eliminate daily maintenance. Convenient stay time parameters per multiple standards help determine work-rest ratios, and IP 54 ingress rating helps protect units from exposure to dirt, dust, oil, and water. Our monitors withstand the rigors of everyday use in demanding environments, providing reliable monitoring throughout the life of the product.

  • Sqwincher Hot Stik - Hot Electrolyte Replacement Beverage

    Sqwincher Hot Stik - Hot Electrolyte Replacement Beverage

    Introducing Sqwincher HOT STIK, a hot electrolyte replacement beverage from Sqwincher that helps keep you protected from the effects of intense cold and dehydration. Each great tasting flavor option is filled with essential electrolytes, minerals and vitamins to help to stimulate the body and keep it protected during increased exposure to the cold. Sqwincher Hot Stik is designed to be consumed as a hot beverage and contains 3 grams of carbs and 10 calories per 8 oz. serving. Hot Sticks are available in Apple Cider, Green Tea and Orange Spice flavors and are packaged 10 sticks per tube.


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  • Understanding Heat Stress and How to Stay Safe

    This free webinar addresses the escalating risk of heat injury and illness among individuals, particularly those exposed to occupational heat in a changing climate, by educating environmental public health professionals on physiological responses, dangers, causes, and mitigation strategies, including the identification of warning signs and preventive measures to ensure the safety of workers in hot environments.

  • OSHA and Heat Stress: A Hot Topic in 2023

    This free webinar will examine the Top 5 Steps of OSHA’s Heat Illness Emphasis Program, analyze factors that can affect a workers ability to cope with heat and discuss potential controls to reduce the number of workplace injuries and deaths caused by environmental heat exposures.

  • Understanding Heat Stress and How to Stay Safe

    This free webinar will educate attendees about the warning signs and strategies to prevent serious heat related injuries or illness to keep you safe while doing your job.