A return to summer will bring hot jobsite conditions, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has posted a number of recommendations aimed at making outdoor workers safer and more comfortable. Among the agency's suggestions: Drink 1 cup of water every 15 to 20 minutes when working outside, and keep an eye on fellow workers, especially new employees, to make sure they're coping with the heat. It takes two weeks for a new worker to become acclimatized to a hot, sunny work environment; most heat-related worker deaths take place in the first three days on the job, and more than a third occur on the very first day, OSHA says. Symptoms of heat stress include dizziness, headaches, cramps, and nausea. Read More