January 2019 OSHA Quicktakes

Be Prepared to Protect Workers from Winter Weather-Related Hazards

Winter Weather

As outdoor temperatures drop and winter storms approach, employers should take measures to keep their workers safe. OSHA’s Winter Weather webpage provides information on protecting workers from hazards while working outside during severe cold and snow storms. This guidance includes information on staying safe while clearing snow from walkways and rooftops.

Winter weather presents hazards including slippery roads/surfaces, strong winds and environmental cold. Employers must prevent illnesses, injuries, or fatalities, by controlling these hazards in workplaces impacted by winter weather.

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