Monitor Worker Heat Exposure

To support the effort to reduce heat-related illnesses, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently announced the launch of its Heat Safety Tool mobile app that can help workers and supervisors monitor heat exposure. The app, available in English or Spanish, calculates a heat index for a work site and provides appropriate reminders for protecting against heat-related illnesses. Detailed recommendations for preventing heat-related illnesses at various risk levels (low, moderate, high, very high) can also be found on the OSHA website.

Our Customers Say

Jacquelynne Maloney at the Tonry agency has helped us immeasurably navigating the bonding process.  She took the time to get to know us and develop a complete picture of our company, our goals and objectives, our capabilities, our needs and the history of our company.  Her knowledge of the market allowed her early on to recognize what program would work for our company.  Other bonding agencies simply asked for a copy of our financial statement, balance sheet and work on hand.  They appeared to have no interested in whether we were making cupcakes or nuclear missiles.  Jacquelynne took the time to get to know us personally.  To her we were more than just our financial statement.


Richardson Electrical Company, Inc.