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Heat-Related Illness Prevention in Agricultural Workers

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A Multi-Level Approach to Heat-Related Illness Prevention in Agricultural Workers

The project's primary aim is to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-level heat prevention approach in reducing adverse heat health effects in outdoor agricultural workers The secondary aims are to: - Test the effectiveness of an individual-level training component designed to reduce adverse heat health effects in outdoor agricultural workers - Evaluate the effectiveness of a workplace supervisor-level heat awareness application intended to support supervisor decisions to reduce the risk of workers experiencing adverse heat health effects

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Heat Education and Awareness Tools

HEAT training will be delivered to agricultural workers by research staff in this study in the spring. HEAT training uses interactive approaches to engage participants and posters with visuals. Training covers types of heat-related illness and treatments, risk factors, appropriate clothing and hydration, and keeping cool in the home and community. The HEAT awareness application was developed in collaboration with Washington State University's AgWeatherNet Program to notify supervisors signed up ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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A Multi-Level Approach to Heat-Related Illness Prevention in Agricultural Workers

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NCT04234802

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